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Finding a Shed That Fits Your Space—and Your BudgetFinding a Shed That Fits Your Space—and Your Budget
Eric Y.Eric Y.


Finding a Shed That Fits Your Space—and Your Budget

There are so many options and things to consider when choosing a shed for your space. It’s no surprise that some of the most common questions people ask revolve around size, cost, and capacity—we get it!



A shed is a big investment and it’s important to ensure you’re getting the best bang for your buck. The easiest way to determine the value of a shed is by answering these three questions:

  • How large is it?
  • What is it made of?
  • How do I put it together?
BMS8165, BMS622S, BMS2500BMS8165, BMS622S, BMS2500


Shed Size

Let’s start with size. First, think about everything you currently own that will be stored in the shed and try to anticipate what you might add in the future. Be honest with yourself! You don’t want to overspend on a large storage shed that you’ll never fill. Conversely, if you purchase a small shed without considering your future storage needs, you may run out of space in the coming years. We recommend selecting a shed one to two sizes larger than you need today. This not only gives you extra room to stay organized—it also provides much needed space to reorganize between seasons.


Why resin? Attractive, durable, easy to cleanWhy resin? Attractive, durable, easy to clean


Shed Material

A shed needs to be functional first and foremost—but most folks are looking for something stylish as well. Select a shed constructed from material that is low maintenance, durable, weather resistant, and attractive. Resin is a great solution because it satisfies all of the above while keeping costs in check!


Why Buy a Resin Shed?

  1. They look great. Suncast designs sheds in a wide variety of styles to suit any taste and complement any environment.
  2. They’re built to last. Thanks to heavy-duty construction, resin can stand up to adverse weather conditions without rusting or rotting—and will resist dents and bends.
  3. Cleanup couldn’t be simpler. Just grab a hose and some mild soap, and wash away any accumulated dirt and grime. Annual cleaning helps keep your shed looking its very best


Man assembling the inside of a shedMan assembling the inside of a shed


Shed Fabrication

While it would be nice to snap your fingers and have a shed appear in your yard, the reality is you’re going to have to assemble it first. Look for a shed that’s easy to transport and requires minimal tools. With a little help from a friend, you’ll have your shed up in as little as a few hours!

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