Portable sheds can be convenient, but they do have some drawbacks compared to permanent sheds. The convenient aspects of portable sheds are that they are often cheaper, require less time to and money to build, most places do not require a building permit for them, and they can be taken to no locations if they need to be. Some of the inconvenient aspects of portable sheds are that they do not have a floor and adding one later can be costly, there are limited design options for them, and Portable sheds tend to be less durable and reliable than permanent sheds.
- Portable sheds tend to be significantly less expensive than permanent sheds.
- Portable sheds tend to be faster to assemble and do not require a building permit in most places.
- Most portable sheds do not come with a floor and adding a floor later can cost money and cost time.
“For many, portable sheds are the optimal choice due to their convenience but for some it is best to build a permanent shed.”