Derecho and 605 Sheds

For the second time this year, a Derecho swept across the midwest. Before this year, we had no idea what a Derecho was. However, we have been quickly reminded that mother nature is still in charge. The high speed storm took out farmer’s fields, machinery, tore off roofs, took down trees that have been standing for years, and even took out some sheds.

We have been hit with challenges these past few years including COVID, rising lumber prices, crashing lumber prices, rising component prices, worker shortage, and now mother-nature. We are pleased to announce that through all of this, we remain strong and committed to building the strongest sheds in the midwest. There are some things that we can’t control, but that is what every business is dealing with. We believe in the “Only the Strong Survive” concept, and through all of this we will be stronger then ever!!!

Thanks to all of our dealers and our customers for putting up with a crazy few years. We hope there is calm at the end of the storm, but either way we will be here and we will be building storage sheds for years to come!!

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