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PopularMechnics has plans for pretty much everything you can build for the house and around the house. Therefore, a properly engineered firewood shed couldn’t miss from the list. You can use this shed for storing firewood and small logs so you can dry them and be ready for the cold season. The lean to roof makes this structure easy to build and the front and back openings lets the air flow to dry the wood quickly. MORE >>
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If you want a firewood shed with a lean to roof and with the side and back walls covered with slats, you should check out these plans. The plans from MyOutdoorPlans are well written and come with numerous diagrams so you can get the job done easily. MORE >>
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The signature vinyl package features vinyl siding and aluminum trim to protect your structure, 2 – 18″ x 27″ Windows, 2 pairs of shutters, and fiberglass doors. The signature vinyl package is the lowest maintenance option.
Garden A-Frame Shed 10'x16', light gray T111, Harvard slate shingles,white trim,black doors. Options shown Black Z shutters, transom window above 5' door, single 3' door, arch trim on doors, ramp, garden vents
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.
This is a whole step above the rest when it comes to beauty…and windows! This Premier Garden Shed comes standard with eight windows. Four large slider windows and four transom windows. Plus, the really steep roof pitch makes it look really nice! Tip: Add a shed dormer for another lovely touch!
Small cabin designs include the Ranch and the High Barn, while the doublewide cabin is a larger option. Various porch styles are available on our cabins.
If you are hunting for an outdoor storage or utility shed, you've come to the right place. The Countryside Barns Utility Shed is an economical storage solution for all your lawn equipment, tools, tote bins, and even children’s toys! One of the most economical outdoor storage sheds in the Countryside Barns lineup, this shed is perfect option for people who just need a place to put their things. Interior 360º Tour Sizes, Pricing, and Siding Options
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If you have an older shed with masonite siding or older asbestos flooring or insulation, you will not be able to tear this down on your own. You need to call in an asbestos abatement team. The cost of this project largely depends on where the asbestos is located and how much there is. Expect costs to start at $500.
If you have an existing shed but want to move it to another location, this could have a range of costs. If your shed does not have a floor, it can be easily moved for around $50 in most cases. If your shed has a concrete pad for a floor, you will need a new floor poured, which has costs of up to $300. Some wood floors can be moved with the rest of the shed.