When we bought the duplex, there was no backyard. Rather, there was a super-sized concrete garage that was teetering on the edge of collapse. It took up the entire (potential) yard. It was unnecessarily huge. It was cracked and scary. It was covering up a lot of land that I wanted my dogs to enjoy.
We had it torn down. Pictures of the destruction will come soon, but for now I’m thrilled that our new shed finally came.
Now, I’m sure y’all would be smarter about this than we were, but here’s my advice anyway: If you buy a house with no closets, no basement, and you tear down the only real form of storage… Don’t put off ordering a replacement shed. Because that three weeks before delivery? That three weeks of falling over your weight set / eating breakfast on your hedge trimmer / using your tool box as seating? It will seem very long indeed.
I’m happy to report that there is no longer a set of barbels next to my bed, and that the circular saw is no longer resting in my sock drawer.
Welcome home, shed.
We got this baby at Pre-Fab Garden Sheds in Carp. They are lovely folks, but don’t forget about that wait time…. Lest you be stuck sharing your bathroom with your extra topsoil.
Not that I know anything about that.