10 x 16 Deluxe Victorian Storage Shed includes single entry door, double doors on end wall Linen colored siding with hunter green shutters and brown roofing
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The Dutch Barn with its traditional barn-style roof offers maximum head room, and is the perfect choice for adding a storage loft.
Measure your wood shed’s roof depth and add a few inches for overhang (if using asphalt roofing do not extend the sheet more than 2″ over a support or you could have some sagging over time.)
Step 3: Add Features (Electric, Lofts, Windows, Shutters, Flowerboxes, Doors, Garage Doors)
Garden sheds provide an additional outdoor space for storage so that you do not have to keep your yard tools indoors. Although they are great places to keep lawnmowers, lawn chemicals, and other gardening tools, some are large enough to keep seasonal items that you do not currently have a use for. Outdoor storage sheds come in a variety of materials and sizes, so finding a storage solution that fits your needs is easy.
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Cut one end of fourteen 5/8″ x 5″ boards at a 22.5˚ angle. Then line up and mark the other end against your structure. For a clean look, allow 5/8″ to overlap the back of the structure to hide the ends of the back cladding. (I suggest measuring and cutting your angled 5/8″ boards as you go. I have a 1/2″ variance in width along my sides.)
The Hip Barn is a unique style that is great for adding an outdoor bar, pool house, club house, or even an outdoor entertainment room.
The material type and whether the floor is concrete or wood also impact the labor cost. Most sheds do not have electricity or plumbing run to them, but if you intend to have a workshop or office inside your shed, you need to have at least electricity run to the area, which further increases labor costs.
Excellent experience with Recreation Unlimited. Linzi was so great at communicating with us and the service was great. We are very happy with the end product. The basketball goal looks great!
SmartPanel is an engineered wood product that helps resist moisture because each wood strand is individually treated with advanced binders and wax. Plus, each panel is treated throughout with a zinc borate-based process to help resist fungal decay and termite damage. On the backside, each panel has an overlay that gives the inside of your shed a premium appearance that you can be proud of.
We don’t build it, until you order it. We know your shed is uniquely yours and we customize to fit your needs and style.
The Classic Sheds and Barns offer the same quality construction as economy Amish shed models with an added aesthetic touch to make your outdoor spaces even more attractive. With the Classic Outdoor Sheds and Barns, you get wider overhangs, fancier doors, and larger windows. Each aspect of our Classic Amish Storage Sheds adds to the beauty you can enjoy on your own property.
Yes, because of the way we deliver storage sheds; we can place them almost anywhere.
Most sheds need wide doors to accommodate equipment and storage. Therefore, a barn door is the most frequently installed style because they are wider than standard doors. Barn door costs start at $100.
Many sheds have a floor, particularly those used as workshops or potting sheds. Floors can be made of poured concrete, plywood, or plastic. If you purchase a kit, you usually need to build the floor separately, while custom sheds can have them built-in. The cost of a shed floor starts at $100.