Haven’t we all given at least some thought to someday having our own work shed? A place with abundant lighting and power, sturdy work surfaces and plenty of space for tools and supplies.
Let the light in
A custom work shed needs light. After all, this is a place where your working and being creative. Electrical lighting is obviously a must but the light I’m referring to is natural light.
Keith and his team of carpenters can place windows and other openings so that direct or indirect sunlight can be leveraged for effective work space lighting.
A workbench you’ll love
In a work shed a strong and sturdy work surface is a must. One that will handle all the tough jobs. You already know how proud we are of our shed base. We’re equally proud of the way we build our workbench’s.
Think about it. It’s the most used tool in a work shed and arguably the most important one. Keith and his team of carpenters can build your workbench to your exact custom measurements and layout. By the time we’re done you’ll be ready to hammer and clamp away.
Extra space for storage
Extra storage space for your tools and equipment is obviously necessary but also peg board to hang small hand tools, rather than tossing them in a drawer.
Easy tool accessibility is a key component of a productive and inspiring work shed. Shelving or a loft can also act as key storage areas for paint and cleaning supplies.
Open space to work and relax
The best work sheds have open space. With all those work surfaces and storage areas you’ll need space for new projects. A custom floor plan will take that into consideration to ensure you have enough room.
And speaking of room, the best work shops have room to relax. A work shed isn’t complete without space to sit down and take a break. That may seem odd since we’re talking work sheds, but it’s important to have a place to take a break.
Over to you
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