Most people like to save money and I’m guessing you are one of them (considering you clicked on this article). The problem is, it’s not always easy. Bills, groceries, and the latest iPhone can get expensive. That’s why it’s important to take advantage of savings whenever you can. That is the purpose of this article. We want you to get the best deal on a shed. So, without further ado, here’s 7 ways to save money on your shed.
Buy Your Shed Outright
One of the best ways to save money on a shed is to buy it outright rather than through rent to own. While there are times that rent to own is good idea, most of the time when you buy a shed through installments rather than paying full price upfront, you will end up spending more, and often significantly more, on it. If you do not have the enough money on hand, save until you do. It will be well worth the wait.
Savings: Depends on the list price of the building but often well over $1000
Buy a Preowned Shed
Another great way to save money is by purchasing a used shed. While this does cut down on your ability to customize your shed, you will save several hundred dollars. You can always do your own customizations or hire someone to do it for you. Most preowned buildings for sale from shed companies have been repossessed after someone stopped making rent to own payments. This means that they will generally be less than two years old, in good condition, and should still be very structurally sound. If you buy through a third party, make sure that you inspect the building well before purchasing.
Savings: Several hundred or more