Purchased a playset like everyone else did during the lockdown to keep the kids sane. Although there was a backorder due to high demand, it ended up arriving earlier than expected which was a nice surprise. Installation was on time and went smoothly. The quality of the playset is fantastic and my kids are loving it. Great company and great products. Highly recommended.
Most of our buildings are delivered in just 2 to 4 weeks! We even have many sheds in stock for immediate delivery. .
Climate controlled units keep your belongings cool and dry while protecting them against extreme hot and cold temperatures, as well as humidity. Humidity is of particular danger to organic materials found in furniture and clothing due to the possibility of mold and mildew so take the time to consider if you need this amenity, especially if you live in places that get very hot (like Texas), or very cold (like New York).
Our free plans serve as an excellent preview to give you a sense of what it will take to complete your first shed. They are a great place to start to learn about what goes into building a shed, and they’ll be enough for experienced builders to use as a guideline. When you decide on a shed you like, consider upgrading to our premium plans and enjoy the benefits of in-depth directions and easy to understand step-by-step instructions. Premium plans provide extensive detail, including a full materials list and all the tools required to build the shed. They also name each piece and give much detailed information to help first-time DIYers. Joseph Truini is a host on the Today’s Homeowner TV show and co-hosts the weekly Today’s Homeowner Radio Show. He has written three best-selling shed-building books and lives in Roxbury, Connecticut.
Build your own shed with these step-by-step plans to add 160 square foot of storage space for a lawnmower or pool equipment.
This medium-sized unit is the most commonly booked. These units are about the size of a large bedroom and can handle the contents of a typical two-bedroom apartment.
As we said, per month the average price to rent a self-storage unit is $90, which means if you extrapolate that out, the average cost per year would be just over $1,000. For smaller units, the cost can be as low as $600-$700 per year, while the larger units could easily cost $2,000 a year. A year is considered a long-term commitment though and is pretty uncommon in the industry – most storage contracts will be month-to-month.
How much space do you need? We offer sizes ranging from small garden sheds to large two-story garages.
Moisture and extreme temperatures can cause cherished photos to stick together and even grow mold. A closet inside your house is a better choice for climate and humidity control.
The size is a little limiting, because of the nylon you can’t really put any shelves up. It will however fit a push lawn mower and some garden accessories in there. The large flap door allows easy access to all your equipment.
We offer various shed, garage, and animal shelter models to suit your needs and backyard decor. You can pick the colors that match your backyard aesthetic and preview what it will look like with our shed builder app! Plus, if you want to change the position of the windows, add an extra door, or need a larger size, Stoltzfus Woodworks can create the building that's right for you!
Cedarshed This storage shed is an attractive and functional storage solution. It can be erected against a house or fence. This lean-to style yard shed has a compact size ideal for tool storage or for smaller gardening tools. What's Included? Size: 92.5" H x 109.5" W x 42" D
Use - What you are going to use your new shed for is another factor that you need to consider. If your new shed is just for storing a few tools and say a bicycle, you really could get away with one of the many smaller semi-portable resin models available that are really easy to set up and require minimal ground space. Whereas if you plan to have shelves full of gardening supplies, lots of long handle tools and some power tools, a larger walk in shed would probably be a better option, as you will have enough room to get in amongst your things. Also if you plan on a bench and vice for a working set-up, you will need a shed that offers plenty of headroom – and some good reinforced flooring would also certainly not go amiss.
Another good tip is if you have the ground space in your garden and you can stretch your budget, go for a slightly larger shed than you feel you need. As the years go by, we all build up our outdoor tool and supply collections, and getting a larger shed now will mean fewer upgrades in the future – now that is the type of forward thinking all of our grandparents would agree with.
Let’s take a look at how the following five factors can affect your project spending: Prefabricated Kits vs. Custom Design: Buying a prefab kit from the store and installing it yourself will cost you much less than hiring a pro to build a custom shed design. Labor: Professional installation isn’t free. Hire a pro to do the job for you or save some money and turn it into a DIY project. Building Material: Wood, brick, vinyl –– material prices will vary depending on the quality. Intended Use: Building a small garden shed for your tools will likely cost you much less than a large shed to be used as a workspace. Land Preparation: A backyard shed won’t stand tall on bumpy land. Before you build, you might need to reslope the terrain. Prefabricated kits vs. custom design Prefabricated kits
Above you see a test with our 9 ton farm field tractor on our LP Prostruct Smart Floor – No cracks – no issues
The Quaker style gives you a nice overhang on the front, making it a beautiful choice for a garden shed, man-cave, or workshop.