Eugene OR Local Portable Building Dealership Old Hickory Sheds Launched

Eugene, OR local portable building dealership Oregon Backyard Buildings launched a wide range of prebuilt sheds & barns from Old Hickory Sheds. The company offers rent-to-own programs on prebuilt custom barns & sheds in Oregon.

Eugene, United States - November 8, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Eugene, OR local portable building dealership Oregon Backyard Buildings announced the launch of a new line of storage buildings from Old Hickory Sheds. The dealership offers prebuilt sheds, barns, shelters, cabanas, and other utility or recreational buildings from the reputed shed manufacturer.

More information about Oregon Backyard Buildings is available at https://www.oregonbackyardbuildings.com

The pre-built utility shed dealership in Eugene, OR has launched several product lines from Old Hickory Buildings & Sheds, one of America’s largest builders of barns, cabins, and other storage structures.

Oregon Backyard Buildings also announced the launch of a rent-to-own program for outdoor portable sheds. The pre-built lofted barn dealership offers up-front delivery and affordable monthly payments on Old Hickory Sheds. The program requires no credit check and features instant approval, free delivery, a flexible return policy, and zero prepayment penalties.

Customers choose a barn, shed, playhouse, cabana, animal shelter, or any other type of structure from the Old Hickory Sheds catalog. The rent-to-own program includes free on-site setup and leveling by experienced shed contractors. Oregon Backyard Buildings sells buildings that are compliant to the International Building Code with a limited 5-year warranty.

Old Hickory Sheds products can be put to use as animal shelters, vehicle or boat storage, equipment storage, household overflow, and farm equipment. Old Hickory barns can be used to hold livestock and can double as woodworking or hobby spaces. Other non-conventional uses of portable garages and custom barns include curing rooms, tiny homes, portable offices, craft studios, and guard booths.

According to a spokesperson for the portable storage building dealership in Willamette Valley, “We share a long tradition of product & customer service excellence with Old Hickory Buildings & Sheds and are delighted to be their preferred dealership in Oregon. Our portable building brochure features all of our new and existing products.”

Oregon Backyard Buildings is a full-service dealership for portable country-style utility & storage buildings in Eugene, OR. The company offers high-speed prebuilt building delivery across its Oregon delivery area including Springfield, Albany, Salem, Coburg, Mapleton, Florence, Medford, Bend, Gresham, and the surrounding region.

For more information about manufactured barns in Eugene, OR, call 541-650-6138 or visit the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Jalila M
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Organization: Oregon Backyard Buildings
Address: 3838 W 11th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97402, United States
Phone: +1-541-650-6138
Website: https://oregonbackyardbuildings.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933080

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