April/May 2019

The Text

During the summer of 2018 we built a very custom building for a repeat customer who was living the “tiny house” life in the timberland of Oklahoma (yes, there is such an area). This nice lady already had a 12 by 36 and wanted us to add a 16 by[Read More…]

Streak through the Slump

“The strength of your reason determines the length of your season.” — Unknown I’ve heard it said that tough times never last, tough people do! I recall a few tough stretches throughout my time in the shed industry when sales were slow and I found myself in a dreaded slump.[Read More…]

Home Show Design

Not a lot of people buy sheds during the winter months in Utah.  That makes it important for Wright’s Shed Co. in Kaysville to make the most of every sales opportunity they can. One opportunity they take advantage of? Home shows.  Wright’s usually attends three shows a year, and in[Read More…]

Building a Better Roof Truss

A roof truss, simply put, is a wooden frame that supports the roof of a built structure, like a shed. mit Schädigung der Nerven, die zu den Gefäßen des Penis führen; mit Schädigungen des Rückenmarks und anderen klinischen Begleiterscheinungen; Menschen, die mehrere Medikamente gleichzeitig einnehmen, usw. Aber leider ist das[Read More…]

Historic Sheds

Historic Shed, located in Brooksville, Florida, was started in 2008 by the husband-and-wife team of Craig DeRoin and Jo-Anne Peck. DeRoin is originally from Salem, Massachusetts, and has worked as a building contractor on historic homes for over 30 years. Peck is a licensed building contractor and has a master’s[Read More…]

The True Value of a Dollar

Humans are complex organisms, yet we can usually be described in one word when discussing the world of business: motivated.  There are many factors that drive a person’s motivation to stand out among the crowd. Wealth, recognition, knowledge, and honor are just a few of the words we could choose[Read More…]

Staying Ahead of the Market in 2019

The lumber market’s historic volatility last year has reappeared at the beginning of the year, with some prices increasing dramatically through the first two months of 2019.   Supply-side factors supported higher prices, as mill curtailments, log supplies, and rail car availability contributed to the winter run, while winter weather[Read More…]

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