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The Garden Shed Company Discloses Secret to Increasing the Value of a Property

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Garden sheds increase the visual appeal and storage capacity of a property reports The Garden Shed Company.

Katikati, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand – March 28, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Curb appeal plays a major role in property values, therefore homeowners looking to sell need to consider ways to boost the visual appeal of their home. One way to quickly increase the value of the property is to buy garden sheds as they not only improve the looks, but they also increase storage space, something most potential home buyers are looking for when purchasing. “Individuals tend to buy and keep more stuff than they have in the past and this leads to the increased need for storage, making garden sheds more important than ever before,” Mark Arlidge of The Garden Shed Company points out.

Consumers frequently turn to The Garden Shed Company as they offer great deals on products for the garden, thanks to the lack of a brick and mortar location. This helps to keep overheads low which allows the company to pass the savings on to consumers. In addition to offering great prices, the company works to ensure consumers get the correct advice as a shed is only good if it serves the desired purpose. “Look no further than The Garden Shed Company for all of your garden shed and garden bed needs as you’ll find everything in one location, making purchases easy,” Arlidge continues.

Garden sheds provide safe, secure storage and many choose Garden Sheds Better By Design as they are easy to assemble, thanks to the detailed instructions, and they require very little maintenance. The lockable, hinged doors are trouble free and provide the desired level of security, and all products come with a manufacturer’s warranty and readily available replacement parts. Citizens of New Zealand love that these products make use of roofing, all steel cladding and timber grown in the country on renewable plantations.

“Increase the value of the home quickly and easily with the addition of one or more garden sheds offered through The Garden Shed Company. From garden sheds with windows to solid pine sheds, our company offers the structure you need to improve the visual appeal and storage capacity of the property in very little time at a reasonable price. There is no need to look elsewhere when buying one or more garden sheds,” Arlidge proclaims.

About The Garden Shed Company:
The Garden Shed Company specializes in garden sheds and opts to sell no other products to ensure they focus on what they believe to be important. The Garden Shed Company orders straight from the manufacturer to save consumers money, and orders come straight from the factory. Less overhead leads to cost savings, and most products are made within the country to ensure replacement parts are easily accessible. Customers love the convenience of The Garden Shed Company as there is no driving involved and no hassle.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.gardenshedco.co.nz

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Arlidge
Email: info@gardenshedco.co.nz
Phone: 0508 743 348
Organization: The Garden Shed Company

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