5 Big Problems an Outdoor Shed Can Solve

If you’re having shed problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but lack of an outdoor shed ain’t one.

That’s how the song goes right? Either way, we do feel bad for you if you don’t have an outdoor shed. There’s at least 5 big problems owning one can solve!

1. Garage has become overrun

Has your garage become so crowded that you can barely park your car in it? Worried you’ll run over a screw or your kid’s bike each time you drive in? A garage is the first part of your home you’re welcomed by after a long day at work and the last thing you should be greeted by is clutter. An outdoor shed will help you reclaim your garage for what it was actually designed for.

2. Lawn resembles a junkyard

First it was a shovel leaning against the house, then it was a rolled up old hose, now a family is stopping by to ask if you have parts for their John Deere mower from 1983. It’s time to face the truth: your lawn resembles a junkyard.

If the tools and equipment left around your yard aren’t junk to begin with, it won’t take long for Mother Nature to change that. Round up all these various items and sort them into three piles: keep, donate, and trash. Items that make the cut can be stored inside your outdoor shed. Your neighbors will thank you later.

Vinyl Shed for Storage

Tidy up your yard by storing tools in one of our outdoor sheds, available with vinyl siding.

3. Tools are suffering from the elements

Those tools littering your yard aren’t just an eye sore, they’re likely to rust and fall apart quickly. Who has the time, energy, and money to continue replacing tools? Protecting your equipment from the sun, rain, and snow with a soundly built wooden storage shed is an investment that will carry a return over time.

4. Need extra space for… pretty much anything

Wooden Camp With Porch

We also build beautiful camps with porches right here in Maine.

Want somewhere unattached from the house for your kids to practice their “inside” voices? How about a private guesthouse for friends or an Airbnb? There are many surprising ways to use an outdoor shed, tool and equipment storage is just the tip of the iceberg.

5. Basement has become a catch-all

Little paths surrounded by clutter is probably not what you envisioned for your basement. Even if your basement doesn’t resemble an episode of Hoarders, if you were able to relocate the items currently stored there your basement could be repurposed as additional living space.

Say hello to my little friend (actually, our sheds are quite spacious – anywhere from 10’x16’ to 14’x30’). An outdoor shed can free up your basement and open up endless new possibilities for its use.

We can solve a big problem too!

At New England Rent to Own, we construct beautiful storage sheds right here in Maine. If you’re unable to shell out the cash to purchase a shed outright, we encourage you to take advantage of our popular no credit check rent to own program. We’ve been helping people just like you purchase the sheds of their dreams for years – just take a look at what our customers have to say!

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