This company is FANTASTIC to work with. I worked with Michael Zook (Owner) who was incredibly knowledgeable and helpful throughout the process, even responding to communications on the weekend. We just took delivery of our 12x14' Cedar Pavilion yesterday and Elmer, the delivery driver, was sensational. We had a challenging delivery as we are remodeling our home and he had to back a huge trailer up our driveway alongside of a dumpster, and yet he did it enthusiastically and was able to set the long pallet with our pavilion in the ideal location on our driveway so that it would not block access to parking our cars in our garage. Cannot say enough good things about this company. Service and value are outstanding!
Choose Amish quality storage solution for an overcrowded garage: a backyard storage shed where yard tools, garden equipment, summer furniture and more can be neatly organized and stored safely so that you can use your clutter-free garage to store your car during Rochester’s long winters. .
Outdoor storage structures are our specialty. We craft each building with attention to detail and quality that will ensure years of use and enjoyment. We build and finish each shed and cabin at our shop in Salem, Indiana and deliver straight to your back yard.
On the cement floor, I never place any kind of 2x4 runner down to prevent contact with the cement.
If you need more space, add a lean-to to your existing shed. This is more like a bump-out than a full addition. Costs average around $30 a square foot.
Hot tub purchase 07/2021 - From beginning to end the process was professional, informative, courteous and never pushy. The sales team was great and knowledgeable. The planning team was timely and responsive and the install team was ontime (to the minute!) and the setup and training was extremely easy. We love our unit and have been in it almost every day. Agree with advice fro the RU team to test and keep up on it a few times a week to keep it clean and ready to use!
I have two lean-to structures on each side of my barn. One has a cement floor, and the other is dirt.
This shed has a peaked gable roof that provides enough headroom to hang items on the walls or create an overhead loft for seasonal items.
Generally constructed of a roof and three sides, a shed can protect your firewood and keep it ready for use.
The steps in building this simple storage shed plan is really easy! All you have to is build the wall frames, raise the walls, fasten the wall frames, make the rafters, install rafter blocking, install roofing, cut wall panels, attach siding panels, cut window material to size, attach window panels, attach trim boards and hang the door. Follow along with Black and Decker to know more.
We have years of experience crafting exceptional products. Our love for what we do is poured into each building we make and backed by the best warranties.
Line up your 4″ x 4″ posts as shown. You will probably need to lay them on their sides while building the frame. Having a buddy around would be helpful, but you can also use clamps to help hold your boards as you assemble.
Build your own long lasting shed to save hundreds of dollars on durable, weather-tight protection for your belongings.
We can build you a SPLIT Loft Style wood shed, with a loft in the front and rear of the shed and a 4 to 8 foot opening in the middle, depending on the length of shed you order.
Great customer service, fast and efficient! They were very informative throughout the entire process.
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First time building anything. Followed your plans to a T. Then sat back to admire my handiwork and realized I put the roofing panel on inside out! Currently debating about leaving it to see what happens or putting another sheet on top of it. Thoughts???