Integrity Biochem is a biofluid company that produces and manufactures chemicals. They recently moved into an industrial facility outside of Godley, Texas. The property had an existing manufacturing building and office building. The back of the office building was configured as a shop, so they converted half of the shop into a laboratory.

With less space in the office building, the staff at Integrity decided they needed some additional storage space to hold lab samples. 

Lee Manning is the plant manager. He oversees manufacturing, as well as the upgrades to the facility. He stopped in at our location in Godley and learned about how we construct our buildings. He also looked at a competitor’s buildings, but he felt that Sturdi Shed offered a shed that was more robust and would meet their needs better.

They decided on a 10×24 ft garage. While that isn’t a standard size, we were able to customize the building to meet their needs.

The guys at Integrity decided to locate their new shed at the back of the office, a short walk from the lab. The shed is outfitted with some shelving for storage, and a roll-up door gives them options for easy access. They store both small chemical samples and five-gallon buckets.

“I would recommend Sturdi Shed for your storage needs. The product is good — its quality and the company is easy to work with,” says Lee.

Robert and Cherie Spurlock had an old metal shed on their property in Longview, TX, but it leaked, so they tore it down. They planned to replace the storage shed with a wooden shed, but as they were shopping, Robert started thinking about getting a shed large enough to also be his workshop.

The Spurlock’s shopped other brands, but when they visited our Sturdi Shed location in Longview, they were impressed with the craftsmanship and sturdiness of the buildings. They settled on a Sturdi Shed 10×16 ft Utility Shed. 

Robert enjoyed working with the Sturdi Shed representative in Longview. 

“The agent that we went here in Longview, he was very polite, very knowledgeable . . . and he would show you different sizes of the Sturdi Shed,” he says. 

“It’s very easy. You make the down payment, and then he orders it for you, and they have financing for you if you want it.”

Robert is a jeweler, and he wanted a workshop at home where he could work on jewelry repairs in the evening. So, rather than get two separate buildings, Robert decided to put a dividing wall between the two sections and a door in each end. The workshop side has a wide, single door, and the storage side has the classic double doors.

Robert added skirting to the building and finished out the interior of the workshop with insulation, electrical, sheetrock, and flooring. With his small heat/cool unit, Robert can now work in comfort all year long.

“If you want a good, well-built building,” says Robert, “Sturdi Shed makes the best.”

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