Customer Relations, Operations

Which Barn is Right for Your Customer?

When searching for a new storage shed, your customers have likely seen many barn styles on the market, but they’re unsure which would be best for their needs.

Lofts or no lofts, short walls or tall walls, workbench or no workbench, porch or no porch. Lots of options to choose from and with a little guidance from you, hopefully they will be able to choose the perfect barn for their needs.

Below are the four barn styles that we offer at Atlas Backyard Sheds, broken down by features and uses:

  1. Bargain Barn. If a customer is needing a budget-friendly choice for securely storing garden tools, yard equipment and holiday decorations, then this may be a good option. It comes standard with 4-foot walls, and an overall height of about 8 feet, making it a great choice if they live in a community with an HOA.
  2. Classic Barn. This is our top-selling barn for a reason: It looks great and has an even greater price. This barn comes standard* with 7-foot walls, 6-foot double wooden doors, two windows and two lofts. Perfect choice for storing larger household items, yard equipment and holiday decorations. *Only on 10 by 16 and larger sizes; features vary on smaller sizes.
  3. Pro Lofted Barn. This premium barn will make a statement in a customer’s backyard. It comes standard* with 7-foot, 4-inch walls, 6-foot double wooden doors, two windows, shutters, a workbench, and two lofts. Perfect choice for storing farm and garden equipment, tools, or household items and can also make a great home office, workshop or craft room. *Only on 10 by 16 and larger sizes; features vary on smaller sizes.
  4. Lofted Barn Cabin. If the customer loves porches, then this may be the barn for them. It is a perfect choice for enjoying the great outdoors, and built to withstand any adventure with the added flexibility of the lofts to store gear. This cabin can also make a perfect economical guest house, tiny house, home office or rustic man cave.

Now that you have a clearer understanding of what barn would be best for your customers’ needs, what are you waiting on?

Don’t forget to mention if you can customize a new barn to make it uniquely fit the customer. Help the customer pick the perfect colors, add flower boxes, vents, windows, French doors, ramps and many other options.

Which barn style would be best for your customer and why?



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