Special features are great, but the truth is that a storage shed is only going to be a good choice for you if it's got the right numbers. The most important one is capacity. This Lexington offers 852 cu. ft. of space, making it ideal for anyone with mid to large-scale needs. It's got more than enough room for the average assortment of patio furniture, sports equipment, and yard tools. You could even use it as a small workshop.
Another number you should consider is interior height, particularly if you're going to be storing any tall items. The last thing you need is to go to put, say, your stepladder away only to find you can't store in an upright position the way you want to. And you definitely don't want a storage building with a low ceiling if you're going to be using it as a workspace. Being a hunchback is not nearly as fun as it looks in films. This Lexington's ceiling is just over seven feet, so, unless you need to store a lot of unusually large items, it will most likely provide you with the clearance you need.
And, though you've probably already thought of this, it's important enough that it bears mentioning: make sure you check the measurements of a storage building's doorway before you purchase it. If you plan to use your shed to house serious yard equipment or an ATV, a narrow entrance is obviously not going to be acceptable. It's not as though you can pick up your riding mower in order to wiggle it through the doorway. Fortunately, this Lexington's 55-inch by 60-inch door opening is big enough to allow most standard outdoor items through without any trouble.
Getting a shed like this Lexington many not seem as exciting as achieving some of your, shall we say, more ambitious goals, but solving your space problems can make a big difference in your ability to enjoy your property. And, more importantly, it's a lot easier to do than those other things. As long as you keep your needs in mind, finding the right storage building will be a quick, stress-free process.