MetroShed, Leader of Prefab Modern Sheds, Gets Architectural Re-Design for 2008

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MetroShed, leading builder of the modern shed, launches new re-design of popular MetroShed modern garden shed.

MetroShed, the leader of prefab modern outbuildings in America, has re-designed the popular MetroShed with eight key new features that continues to demonstrate that being 'green' and producing 'prefab' really can work.

MetroShed has eight key improvements for 2008. The MetroShed now can be installed in half the time, using new stackable pre-fab SIP wall panels, that proves you don't need any building experience to assemble a MetroShed and no heavy lifting is required. The walls are made even stronger with 4x4 vertical cedar corner support posts, making the MetroShed a true post and beam construction building.

MetroShed also launches 'Anywhere-Walls' for 2008 -- any wall can go anywhere, making it even easier and simpler to put together the flat pack components of the modern shed that most use as an art studio, home office or guest room.

David Ballinger, prefab pioneer, entrepreneur and MetroShed designer stated, "We've made significant changes for 2008 to make assembly even easier for the customer, from quick install floor boxes, to our anywhere-wall system. That's not all...we're proud to announce a 9ft. depth for 2008 and a standard 8ft. interior height to the standard 9 foot deep by 13 foot wide Metroshed -- that's a significant gain on interior space, making the MetroShed garden studio seem more open and more usable."

For colder climates, the cedar roof beams are now much larger with a much deeper roof pitch for water run off and the inclusion of a water sealant kit for all-weather proofing with ease. For warmer climates the double-glazed sliding doors have Low E glass and feature insect bug screens.

Pricing starts at $4,995 for a DIY pre-cut kit, making it the most affordable in the modern market for an insulated pre-fab modern shed.

MetroShed proves being 'green' and producing pre-fabricated components, such as floor boxes and SIP walls, can greatly lower the price of production. In the past few years, MetroShed is proud to have reduced the price, while increasing the square footage of the standard, most popular Metro Shed garden sheds.

MetroShed has moved into a larger production facility just minutes from Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida to prefabricate the new 2008 MetroShed for California and New York delivery.

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