Interested in buying a pavilion, but feeling overwhelmed about where to start with the choices? Byler Barns has been selling, delivering and installing both outdoor and backyard structures for years and to help this process we’ve set up a guide with FAQ’s and basic information.
Shed site preparation is like getting a new king. It can be a boon for the whole kingdom. Or, it can be a royal pain in your backside. There are three fairly simple ways to make sure that you have a really lousy experience with your shed site preparation.
1. Choose a poor location for your shed site.
2. Forget to check with your HOA or city/county offices about setback. Because then, you may get to do site prep twice.
3. Don’t do your shed company homework. Because then, you may get to do all the heavy work yourself.
This is where we sit down and talk about the specifics of your project – including your needs, dreams, wants, and project investment goals as you learn about our proven process and our 3-uniques.