Month: February 2016

Buying Power

I remember reading several years ago that over 70 percent of Americans have less than $700 available cash. Consider the implications for you if this figure is even remotely accurate. What is the price of your average shed? $2,500 to $3,000? That is way over $700. If we are expecting[Read More…]

Sales Q & A

Charles Hutchins, president and CEO of Shed-N-Carport Pro in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, got his start in the shed-building industry while going to college. His start wasn’t as good as he had hoped, but Hutchins learned more about the business and sales, resulting in nationwide success. Shed Builder Magazine had a chance[Read More…]

Shed Builder 2015 Report

After another long year, the shed-building industry can look back and appreciate its successes and learn from the challenges. But what worked, and what didn’t in 2015. Shed Builder Magazine reached out to shed builders across the country, in every region, to get an industry report for the year. With[Read More…]

Woodtex Reveals 2016 Open House Dates

Woodtex, a manufacturer and retailer of storage sheds, garages, cabins, and horse barns, released the dates of its open houses for 2016, the company reports. The open houses are scheduled to take place on the following dates at the indicated Woodtex locations: March 12, 2016— Robinson, Texas April 2, 2016—[Read More…]

Lumber Outlook for 2016

As we reflect back on the 2015 lumber market, sources say it was “business as usual.” As always, no one can put any reasoning to the majority of the market movements, whether up or down. What we do know for sure is the market will continue to ebb and flow[Read More…]

More Than a Shed

Several years ago, Spencer Gibb was introduced to Tuff Shed. The introduction began a long-standing relationship with Tuff Shed. Over the years Gibb has turned to Tuff Shed for several projects including his own home. But his first interaction with Tuff Shed didn’t include purchasing a building of his own.[Read More…]

Current Issue

April/May 2024