What would you use a she shed for in your backyard? This can be a structure that can provide a lot of options in terms of practical use. It could be a yoga studio or a place where you can do arts and crafts. Some she sheds have been adapted to be a small type of hothouse for growing plants and orchids. A she shed can also simply be a place to relax in peace and quiet. Before you can have your she shed built you will need to do some preparation. That might involve removing an existing shed. Don’t think of that as an overwhelming challenge. Think of it as the perfect job for Junk King Seattle.
Clearing and Dismantling
Removing an old shed to make room for your new she shed will begin with clearing out all the stuff that you have in that shed. A lot of those items might be things that you purposely put into storage just to get out of the way. If you are no longer using those items, then there’s no reason to hold onto them. Some of those things might have become a bit rusty and grimy sitting out in that shed. That won’t be a problem for the Junk King team. These crews aren’t afraid to get their hands a little bit dirty when it comes to removing backyard debris.
Once the shed is clear it will then have to be dismantled. This is also something that the team from Junk King can take care. Whether that shed was built of wood, steel or plastic it can swiftly be disassembled and loaded onto the Junk King truck for responsible disposal. That might mean those pieces being dropped off at a recycling center. This is something Junk King prefers to do with the things that it collects.
Even clearing out an old shed and loading up the pieces would still leave plenty of room on the Junk King truck for anything else that you want to get rid of in that session. You should always take full advantage of the helpful Junk King crew.
Getting your backyard ready for a she shed installation should start with a call to Junk King Seattle.