The average Utah shed is a candidate for removal more frequently than most homeowners anticipated when they put the shed up.
There are several reasons for this. As our lives change, so do our needs. You may have upgraded your landscaping and want to have a new shed that works with the new layout. Everybody has a tendency to accumulate “stuff” and you may need more space to safely store your garden equipment, sports gear, and other tools and things.
Another thing that factors into Utah shed removal is the harshness of our weather. The heat and freeze cycles of our climate, heavy amounts of snowfall in winter and high-altitude sun in summer all contribute to giving the average Utah shed a beating. Removal may be the only sensible option if the shed is so damaged that it has become unsafe or unsightly.
Shed removal is a big job - so Utah property owners often decide to hire a company to take care of the problem for them. But you’re probably reading this article because you’ve decided to have a go at tearing down and handling the removal of your shed yourself. So here are some tips and hints for the easiest way to go about shed removal, and how to dispose of it in Utah.
All of this may seem like a daunting task. If you’d rather not spend a glorious Utah weekend sweating out a grimy shed removal project, relax and let us do the job for you!