THE HERITAGE GARDEN SHED
Scroll down to learn three reasons why our customers fall in love with the Heritage Garden Shed (in addition to it’s stunning good looks).
3 REASONS FOLKS ARE FALLING IN LOVE WITH THIS BEAUTY
1. LOTS OF NATURAL LIGHT
The Heritage features large single hung windows and transom windows in the doors, flooding the interior with natural light. The optional dormer is an upgrade that adds even more natural light, as well as higher headroom. With the dormer, the interior of the Heritage takes on a light, airy feel that allows natural light to stream in.
Whether you use this as a garden shed or a writer’s studio, the natural light creates the kind of inspirational space you’ll love.
2. GREAT DESIGN, GREAT VALUE
The Heritage has great design features – steeper pitch roof, garden shed style doors, 10″ overhangs, shutters and flower boxes at a price that doesn’t break the bank. Adding this much design pizzazz for an affordable price proves to be a desirable combination for many homeowners.
3. IT’S SO CUSTOMIZABLE!
As you can see in the photos above, the Heritage comes in many configurations, and can be customized to suit your needs. Some Heritage Sheds serve as a place to repair small engines, and some are art studios or gardening sheds. Playing around with the layout of the doors and windows allows you to dream up the perfect configuration for your own Heritage.
Lap siding looks great on the Heritage, and helps it fit into many residential neighborhoods. LP SmartSide is an economical choice that will last for decades. Feel free to use our ‘Design Your Own’ tool to see what combination looks most pleasing to your eye.
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