Me: "I want a shed that is 10 by 8 feet."
Him: "We don't make 10 by 8. But you can get 8 by 10."
Me: "You do know that's the same thing, right?"
Turns out, it matters in terms of door placement. So I went with an 8X8 shed because I didn't want it to intrude onto the neighbor's property. With this company you pick things like number and size of windows, type of door, roofing materials, paint, shelving and so on. Most people go with a barn style or a windowless utility shed. Me, I wanted one that looked like a little cottage. Once made, it was delivered on a big truck and maneuvered into place, carefully avoiding a couple of small dogwoods. The delivery guy was exceedingly careful with the low hanging hemlock boughs. He gathered the rhododendron limbs and pulled them to the side and said, "Will you hold her back for me?" Her.