Creating a Utility Shed Out of a Portable Building
Portable buildings are secured to into the ground in order to provide the best possible protection for tools, lawn mowers, small sail boats, horse trailers, or heavy duty equipment. Portable buildings are the perfect substitute for a dilapidated utility shed.
Portable buildings are ideal for storing seasonally used sports equipment, all terrain vehicles, farm equipment, and anything else that needs to be protected from rain, sleet, or snow. Owners of antiques oftentimes use portable buildings in order to protect their wares from the wrath of Mother Nature. Given the fact that the winters in the Northeast and Midwest are getting increasing longer with greater amounts of snow fall, a portable building is ideal for protecting an investment in sports equipment or vintage and seasonally used items.
On the other end of the weather spectrum, many people who spent part of the year in warm weather states also need a safe place to store their things; at the same time, they want to avoid having to spend a small fortune on storing fees.
A 20'W x 20L' portable building is wide enough to store just about anything. The silicon coating on the roof of this portable building carries a 20-year, limited warranty, which covers workmanship and material quality. The complete kits include all framing and hardware, plus painted steel roofing, vinyl trim, and butyl caulk tape. This portable building can be assembled in hours. The ground anchors for this portable building are also included.
This type of portable building is perfect for the two income family or the antiques lover who lives in a cold weather state and who owns a great deal of seasonally used items. Portable buildings can also be used to temporarily store lawn mowers, farm machinery, or patio furniture.
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