THINGS TO CONSIDER

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 YARD SLOPE: The slope in the yard will have an impact on how much the shed is leveled. Looks can be deceiving! Using a string level is a good way to determine how high a unit may need to be off the ground. Once you do this and see the grade then you can determine door location when ordering/purchasing your shed. It is always best for your doors to be located at the lowest point of your grade.  

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Fences should have a gate large enough that we can get the building through. In some, cases you may
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NEIGHBOR'S PROPERTY:

  • If Liberty needs to pass between houses to reach the delivery site, consider the landscape. If there is significant slope between the houses, the shed can tilt and become dangerous if there is not enough clearance. Be sure to look for utilities like air conditioner units that can be overlooked in planning. 

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SITE NOT READY CAUSING DELAY

  • If the site is not ready and causes a delay more than one hour then extra fees at the rate of $100 per hour will be charged and due on delivery.
  •  If for some reason the driver is unable to complete the delivery and must return at a later time then a fee of $200 will be assessed. 
  • This pictured site was not properly prepared for delivery. The customer had to cut down trees and branches during the delivery process.