This gable roof garden shed has plenty of room for a riding mower, and even tall trellises.
Building a shed isn’t at the top of everyone’s DIY list. Whether your shed is a custom design or prefab kit, hiring a professional for the project can bring peace of mind. Most homeowners can expect to pay between $50 and $100 per hour in labor costs. .
At Countryside Barns, we strive to build the highest-quality storage shed for our customers at an affordable price. We handle the whole process – from ordering to manufacturing to delivery and installation.
2"x6" Standard and Better (Std & Btr) floor joists with 16" centers for a 10'x12' shed
Check our inventory, we have buildings for a ready-to-go they are pre-built storage buildings. Get a very hassle free experience and faster delivery when you choose a prebuilt building.
Yes. Rent increases are common in the storage industry and depend on market prices in your area. If you're concerned about a rent increase during your tenancy, go through the lease carefully with your storage facility. Make sure you're clear on notification procedures, should a rent increase occur.
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Being a vertical shed, it does need support especially in windy conditions, either to a fence or the side of your house. And it isn’t for storing electronics or documents, and it’s not large enough to store a mower in there.
Our sheds are built using traditional construction methods, beginning with high quality framing. Studs are placed on 16-inch centers, unlike other builders who cut costs by using 24-inch stud spacing. Our framing lumber is high quality – straight boards with minimal barked edges and fewer knots than you’ll find with cheaper lumber grades. American Storage Shed $2,679 – $12,959 Maxi Barn Storage Shed $2,679 – $12,959 Mini Barn Storage Shed $2,259 – $4,529 Modern Storage Shed $3,680 – $9,200 Foundation – 4×4 Pressure treated skids, 2×6 floor joists, 16” on center studs Flooring – ¾” Plywood Siding – 50 year Louisiana Pacific “Smart Siding” Roof Truss – 2×4’s, 24” on center, with double gussets Roof Deck – 7/16” roof decking, 250 weight 20 year asphalt shingles – 4 colors to choose Paint – 20 year Exterior satin – over 15 colors or supply your own to match Ramp – 2 pull out ramps with handles Door – 5’ Double framed, double door (standard on most sizes)
The average cost to build a shed is $3,634, with most homeowners paying between $1,767 to $9,567 (or $20 to $175 per square foot). Small-scale shed-building projects can cost as little as $363. Large-scale shed projects with custom designs and high-quality materials average around $30,000.
This attractive wooden gable roof shed is easy to build and provides 100 square foot of storage space for garden accessories.
If you like vinyl for its rot and insect resistance, you might like metal, too. Metal is a low-maintenance material that generally lasts longer than wood.
The Classic Saltbox Storage Sheds are great-looking backyard storage shed that can keep your stuff safe for years to come. Get it in wood or vinyl or even a very classy clapboard siding that has a 50-year warranty.
To get started, choose the wood and vinyl shed styles below that appeal to you the most, browse through our gallery of inspirational images, and request your free, no-obligation shed quote!
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