Shed is needed for storage at the Sports Complex

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Problem

With more than $10,000 of equipment now at the pool, pulled into service with Coach Mark's arrival, a shed is needed.

The equipment should not sit out in the sun all the time as it decays due to the UV rays.

The fins, boundaries, ball, disks, goals, and other supplies should be kept off the yard. But, the items need to be accessible. 

Solution

A 10-by-10 shed, for $5,100, is available and ready for delivery within two weeks. It is marked down to a good price in Robinson near the Macy's. 

Source

The shed's height matters. The goals are 7 feet tall. The double doors will allow for the goals to enter at an angle. 

Out of the dozen or so sheds in the inventory, two would work for us. One was with a garage door and larger for $9K. Other was 10x10 and $5.1K. 

It would be great to get this ordered before it is sold. 

JDM Structures, Joe Zaletski, sales, 412-443-9299

About the author 

Mark Rauterkus

Swim, SKWIM and water polo coach in Pittsburgh, PA, USA, that also serves as an advocate for playing well with others in our aquatic settings, that are often closed in afternoons, evenings, nights, weekends, holidays and throughout the summers, sadly. Webmaster at the International Swim Coaches Association, CLOH.org, 4Rs.org, Rauterkus.com and SKWIM.us.

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