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What is a Storage Shed?

A storage shed is the perfect addition to any outdoor space when you need to protect valuables from the elements. Sheds can be manufactured with any number of materials from steel to wood or fabric. An outdoor storage shed has four walls and a roof and can be made as a permanent structure or one that can be disassembled and moved depending on your needs. A shed can win back garage space while also adding a focal point to your yard.

How Do You Use a Storage Shed?

Outdoor storage sheds can be as unique as your needs! Because ShelterLogic offers so many customizable options, you can create a storage solution based on whatever items you are looking to store. Here are some popular ways to utilize a storage shed:

  • Lawn and garden storage: Whether you are looking for a potting shed or a space to store your lawn mower and other outdoor gear, sheds can protect your belongings from wind, rain, snow, and direct sunlight.
  • Automobile storage: Store your motorcycle, car, truck, boat, or any other vehicle that needs protection from Mother Nature.
  • Animal feed storage: If you live on a farm, outdoor storage sheds are a great way to protect animal feed from pests and the elements.
  • Seasonal items: Are you tired of storing your holiday items in your spare bedroom? Get your closet space back by storing everything seasonal in your shed.

What is the Difference Between a Shed and Storage Building?

Although sheds and storage buildings both essentially protect your belongings from damage, there are some differences. An outdoor storage shed is generally smaller and used to store fewer items when compared to a storage building. Storage buildings also tend to have windows and can even be used as an office or den. Outdoor storage sheds in general look very different from a storage building as well.

What is the Difference Between a Shed and a Garage?

The difference between an outdoor storage shed and a garage may be as simple as checking your city’s code ordinance. Garages tend to be larger and you may actually need a building permit to construct one in your area. Sheds are generally small enough to where you will not need a permit, although it may be worth it to check with your Homeowner’s Association before adding anything to your yard.

Garages are also manufactured to be permanent structures and have a footed foundation. You can create a shed with a concrete foundation as well, but it is possible to have a portable shed in your backyard and utilize anchors as opposed to a permanent foundation.

What is a Metal Shed?

A metal shed is a storage solution created with high-quality materials to defend your belongings from extreme weather. These sheds are ultra-strong and built to resist chipping and corrosion. Metal sheds from ShelterLogic are created with galvanized steel for the ultimate protection during any season. Metal outdoor storage sheds are created to be a permanent storage solution as opposed to a portable shed.

What is a Portable Shed?

Portable sheds from ShelterLogic are constructed with top-of-the-line polyethylene fabric to wick away moisture and block harmful UV rays from reaching whatever you are storing inside. Unlike their metal counterparts, these sheds can be assembled and disassembled to be moved around your property if your storage needs change. While they don’t have the same strength as a steel shed, they make up for it in versatility.

Does a Storage Shed Need a Foundation?

The difference between an outdoor storage shed and a garage may be as simple as checking your city’s code ordinance. Garages tend to be larger and you may actually need a building permit to construct one in your area. Sheds are generally small enough to where you will not need a permit, although it may be worth it to check with your Homeowner’s Association before adding anything to your yard.