Having a shed or garage is an asset to any property, and there are many reasons why these structures can benefit you. If you don’t have a shed or garage, read on and learn what you are missing.
Plenty of Storage
Arguably the most important and useful aspect of a shed and garageis their storage. As a homeowner, you probably have plenty of outdoor tools and equipment. Lawnmowers, gardening tools, tractors, hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, and even snowblowers in the winter, get dirty from outdoor use and can be stored in sheds and garages. These are bulky items that usually take up too much space inside a home, but if they are left to sit out, they can rust and breakdown from rain and snow. Protect your equipment by organizingthem in an outdoor shelter.
If you don’t have somewhere to store your equipment properly, you could lose it. Thieves always look for the easiest jobs. If you leave expensive equipment outside and unsecured, you are putting it at risk of being stolen. With a shed or garage, your equipment is out of view and can be locked away safely.
If you enjoy doing renovations or projects on your own, you might amass an extensive collection of tools. Both sheds and garages are great locations to set up a workshop. These spaces are easier to cleanand can withstand more of a mess from cutting wood or gas equipment that generates fumes.
Increased Property Value
Due to all of the reasons above, a shed or garage will increase the value of your property. This growth means that you can expect a higher resale value if you put your home on the market. It can also potentially help if you have less than 20% of your home paid off and are currently paying private mortgage insurance by bringing the value of your house up enough not to have to pay it. There are plenty of reasons why adding a garage or shed to your property can add value and use. Grey’s Woodworks has the expertise and experience to help you get the addition that is right for you. Contact usto get started today.