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Take Steps for Successful Delivery of your Amish Storage Building

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Delivery day for your Amish storage building has arrived.

You’ve worked your way through the list of items that need to be confirmed before your Amish storage building can be delivered to your home by Pleasant Run Structures..

You’ve checked in with the building department in the community where you live to determine if a permit is required for your Amish storage building. If a permit is required by the tow, you have it in your possession.

You’ve created the right type of foundation to support your Amish storage building. The first thing the delivery crew from Pleasant Run Structures will do when it arrives at your home is ask for the location of the foundation. If the foundation does not meet the specifications of the storage building that is being delivered, there could be delays in placing your shed, additional costs to create the necessary foundation, or additional fees charged because the delivery could not be completed.

Pleasant Run Structures wants the delivery of your Amish storage building to be accomplished without delays or extra costs, so here are the steps we will take to make sure that happens.

  • We will call ahead: When you purchase your Amish storage building, you will be given an estimated delivery date. You should assume that is the date your storage building will be delivered and make all necessary arrangements to be ready on that date. However, the scheduling department at Pleasant Run will contact you before a delivery date is set to ask about the progress of the foundation. If the foundation is ready, a delivery date will be set.
  • We are flexible: Pleasant Run does not give our customers a “take it or leave it” delivery date. We will work around your schedule because we have our own delivery service and want to make your delivery as convenient and trouble-free as possible.
  • Finding your home: The day before your Amish storage building is delivered, our delivery team will contact you to discuss the travel route and provide you with an estimated time of arrival. If there are potential issues along the travel route (low bridges, tight corners, power lines), it would be helpful to alert our delivery team to any possible problems. It will also make your delivery smoother.
  • Clear the area: You will probably have a pretty good idea how our delivery team will enter your property to get the storage building to the foundation. Making sure the path to the foundation is clear of patio furniture or other possible obstructions will be helpful. Cut back shrubs, tree limbs, or other plants that might be in the way. Also, providing our delivery team with the location of lawn sprinklers or septic tank lids could prevent unnecessary damage to your home.

It’s easy to make the delivery of your Amish storage building fast and easy, just by following a few steps. Our team at Pleasant Run Structures will discuss these steps with customers when they purchase a storage building, and we are available to answer questions by calling 908.237.1325. You can also visit our website at https://pleasantrunstructures.com/ for more details.

Top 6 Uses for an Outdoor Amish Storage Shed

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Get a look at the best-built Amish storage building In New Jersey when you go to Pleasant Run Structures in Flemington, NJ, or Parsippany, NJ.

We’re able to build an Amish storage building in New Jersey, shipped nationwide, for any type of personal or business use. Pleasant Run makes storage sheds in six styles and more than 20 sizes so finding a shed that meets a specific requirement is not a problem.

We’ve been making outdoor storage sheds for decades and will custom-build an Amish storage building in New Jersey to exact specifications or can customize a building that is already on display at our Flemington or Parsippany locations.

Your storage building doesn’t have to look like a “shed”, either. Let us know how you’d like your shed to look and we’ll add the amenities. We can add carriage doors, windows, lofts, shutters, planter boxes, or cupolas. If you want it, we can add it.

No matter how fancy your Amish storage building looks, it’s main purpose is storage. Here are some of the top storage uses for sheds from Pleasant Run Structures.

  1. Lawn equipment: Open most any outdoor shed and you’ll find lawn tractors, lawn equipment and yard tools. Many homes in the Northeast don’t have garages, and if they do have garages, they’re usually not big enough for cars and lawn equipment. A storage shed with a loft can provide just the right amount of space for any family’s lawn equipment.

  2. Pool equipment: A swimming pool can be a wonderful gathering place for your children, family and friends during the summer. But what happens to all the inflatable toys, accessories and lawn chairs when it gets cold in the fall? If you have a storage shed next to the pool, everything can fit neatly into the shed until it’s time to open the pool again in the spring.

  3. Gardening: Does your green thumb mean you have no place for your tools, pots, planters, and other accessories? Add some shelves to one of our sheds and create an indoor gardening area where you can store soil and fertilizer and still have plenty of room for other garden and lawn equipment.

  4. Personal office: Creating an outdoor office space may mean more expense as your storage building is being assembled, but imagine a backyard hideaway where you can work in solitude? Speak to the design experts at Pleasant Run to determine if air and heat can be added so working in the heat of the summer and cold of the winter can be more tolerable.

  5. Motorcycle: Quit spending a fortune on storage and put an outdoor shed in your yard where you can park your ride. Add a few shelves and you can have a work area too. Work on your bike when you want and keep the mess in one location.

  6. Outdoor furniture: Your patio is a great outdoor space in the spring, summer and fall. In the winter, put those couches and chaise lounges away so they don’t rust or start to show unnecessary wear. Your cushions will thank you too!

Extremely satisfied with our custom order. Professionalism, quality and ease of doing business. Will definitely return to Pleasant Run for all our future backyard needs!

Paula Aron

Call Pleasant Run Structures today at 908.237.1325 to speak to a member of our design team about building an outdoor storage shed, or go online at https://pleasantrunstructures.com/structures/custom-sheds-and-storage-buildings/ and take a look at our online photo gallery. If you see something you like, make a note and bring it to one of our locations and we’ll get started.