Choosing between garages means understanding your overarching needs.

What kind of shed suits your needs?

When it comes to creating a custom designed shed, there are so many options available that it can be difficult to narrow down your choices to an approachable selection. However, when you begin to think about the type of things you'll use your garage for, this could help you make a more precise, final decision. 

For example, will the garage be built at your home for personal use or at a work site for use as a commercial property? This can have a huge impact on your decision, as well as some of the design features chosen. 

Personal Garages

These are often created to store and protect smaller assets like cars or boats from the elements. Due to this, they tend to be smaller than industrial garages. However, these spaces are often large enough to comfortably fit a vehicle or two as well as a workspace for a bench and tools – depending on if you're interested in using your shed for this application. 

Commercial Garages

On the other hand, if you're looking for a more heavy duty, industrial shed for use at your work site, it could be worth looking into the commercial garage options offered by ShedBoss. These have a wide range of applications – everything from workshops and factories through to airport hangers, farm sheds and even sporting facilities. 

Due to the customisable features of these buildings, it could be worth getting in contact with a professional service provider to discuss the intricate details of your project in person. 

The ShedBoss Difference

Working with ShedBoss can make the construction process as streamlined as possible. They can manage all the aspects of your commercial garage project – everything from approvals and electricians through to builders and plumbers will be taken care of without hassle, allowing you to reap the rewards of your shed as soon as possible. 

Posted in Commercial Builds, Residential Builds.

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