Figuring Out if a 10×20-foot Shed Is the Right Size for Your Needs
Get a Visual of a 10×20-foot Shed
This will contain 200 square feet of room, which can hold quite a bit once you map the space out. The first thing you should do is walk out the dimensions in your backyard and mark off the space. This way, you can get a true visualization of how much space you will have.
What’s the Primary Use?
If you’re using the shed primarily for storage space, a 10×20-foot shed will hold quite a lot. You can hold a full-size vehicle along with other equipment like riding mowers, snowblowers, all-terrain vehicles, or snowmobiles. You can also have room for storing seasonal equipment like patio furniture or a grill in the winter.
If you’re looking at a shed for more of a recreational space like a man cave, she-shed, or clubhouse for the kids, this is also the perfect size. It will give everyone enough room to be comfortable in their home away from home.
Consider Permits and Zoning Laws
Having a shed of this size could require a building permit. Be sure to check with your local municipality—whether it be a city or a county. You’ll also need to check zoning laws. You may have to keep the structure a certain distance away from your property lines. The last thing you want is to plan and purchase your shed and later find out that there may be legal issues!
Contact truPoint Backyards to Customize the Shed for You
When you’re ready to talk about creating and customizing your 10×20-foot shed, there are several ways you can proceed with truPoint Backyards.
We encourage you to visit the truPoint Sales Center. You can gain inspiration from seeing so many typical and upgraded designs in person. When you’re ready, we’ll work hand-in-hand with you on the design. You can also call us or go through our online customization process to get a custom quote for yourself without having to leave your home.