If your garage is stuffed to the brim and you don't have any storage in your home, there are some things you can do to meet your storage needs. You'll want to talk with your homeowners association if you live in a subdivision and meet with a building contractor to talk about a storage shed.
There are several different types of storage sheds you can look into for your property, and options will be based on the limitations where you live. Here are a few things you want to look into so the shed looks good on your property.
Adding to the Side of the Home
You may be able to put the storage shed next to the house so it looks like a punch out that was created when the house was originally built. This can be done by matching the siding and putting the shed in an area where people aren't constantly focused on it. Talk with a building contractor from a company like Built Rite Express LLC about having that done and to see if you can add it to the existing home.
Matching the Home
If the storage shed will be free floating, you want it to match your home. This means you want it to have roofing shingles and siding that are same color as your main property. This makes the storage shed blend with the house and the property, and it helps improve the exterior appeal of the shed. Some people may even think it's a playhouse or pool house.
The building contractor may be able to make a storage that goes underground, if you aren't able to put a full storage shed on your property. This means that the storage area would be like a cellar, and then you would open doors to go down into the storage space.
There are a lot of different things that you can look into when it comes to picking out the size and dimensions for your storage unit. The building contractor will see what requirements the area where you live has on the size, where the shed can be located, and what the shed has to look like after it's constructed. If you aren't sure what type of shed will be best or how much space in the shed you need, you'll want to walk through some sheds that already exist to get a feel for the amount of space you'll be left with.