Design A Shed That Solves Your Storage Problems

Storage shed destroyed by fire

I don’t want to go through all the trouble to only discover my shed is too small for my stuff. –Ashley S., Kokomo, Ind. DEAR ASHLEY: Your dilemma reminds me of the first video I ever shot in the field.
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Use your lawn and some string or caution tape to outline the perfect size for your new shed.

All of those little damp granules of damp spring sand stick to your feet like deer ticks and we bring them in wherever we go. What do you do with sand; you have to clean it up. Spring has sprung for you when you get in the cleaning mood. (Im sorry I couldnt find another L word that means cleaning so I had to go a roundabout way and start with liver, which led to sand, which led to clean.) Admit it, you can hardly wait to get at that garage.
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John Eggers: Has spring sprung for you?

Norton Storage shed destroyed by fire StarNewsOnline.com March 21, 2014 8:51 AM

An improperly discarded cigarette sparked a fire Friday morning that destroyed a storage shed near a home on Masonboro Loop Road, an official said.

At 5:33 a.m., Wilmington firefighters were called to 4134 Masonboro Loop Road, said Battalion Chief Sammy Flowers.

Damage is estimated at $25,000, he said. No injuries were reported.
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