To help better serve their customers, they have come up with 10 selling points which separate them from their competitors, including:
Locally produced garden buildings and workshops, ensuring the best quality and manufacturing standards.
Emphasis is put on being a manufacturer rather than a reseller, making sure middle-man margins are avoided altogether.
Timber quality used in the construction of garden buildings is of the highest quality (surpassing the quality of popular retail chains).
Tanilised timber (pressure treated) is used to ensure the long life of garden buildings.
Sheds, workshops, kennels and runs are made to order, rather than sitting in a warehouse waiting for a buyer.
Customers deal with the same representative, from the intial purchase through to the aftersales service.
Sales people for Sheds Direct are experts in the whole production process, from manufacturing to assembly, ensuring customers recieve knowledgeable insight when purchasing their shed.
Ethos - Sheds direct will only ever sell a building they can be proud of; it has their name on it after all.
Prices - When it comes down to it, the majority of comsumers will use price as one of the main factors when purchasing any product, and Sheds Direct remain competitive with the big retailers.
Sheds Direct have an increasing database of happy customers and glowing testimonials.
The above USPs can be found on the Sheds Direct homepage, showing consumers how proud they are of their business model, and why potential shed buyers should buy from them, instead of one of the larger faceless chains. As brand humanisation and the importance of locally sourced produce continues to increase in popularity, this strategy is sure to do well for Sheds Direct.
For more information on Sheds Direct's range of products, please visit their website: http://www.shedsdirect.net/