Yes, you can move or relocate an old shed, depending on the material from which your shed is made. Moving a brick shed will be a lot more difficult than relocating a vinyl shed, for example.
If you need to maximize your overhead storage space, or just appreciate the old-time look of a gambrel shed roof, we recommend another of our popular storage sheds… the MaxiBarn Sheds. Just think of all you could put up there! A simple DIY shelf or loft would really do wonders to reduce clutter under your feet. And did I mention the old barn-style look and feel? .
All Leonard sheds offer an industry leading 5-year warranty on our sheds and other materials have additional warranties up to 50 years.
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Dad was looking for ways to keep his five growing sons busy on their farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Also, dairy farming wasn’t enough to support the family of seven children, and he had to find another way to keep the family fed.
Being a cheaper solution, the wall lining is thin and can tear with any moderate force. It is easily repaired with duct tape however, this doesn’t leave a great look for your yard.
Top Tip: Install 1×4 trims to the corners of the shed, as well as around the window.
Vinyl is a popular wood alternative. It replicates wood’s texture while also avoiding several of wood’s weaknesses, like rot, insects, and moisture damage. While many homeowners prefer vinyl for its low maintenance, you may opt for wood for its natural aesthetic.
Fit the frame and secure it with 3 1/2” screws to the adjacent walls. Drive the screws trough the top plate as well as to the studs placed at extremities.
The above prices are all national averages for building a shed. Most homeowners spend $3,634 to build a shed, with a typical range between $1,767 and $9,567 (or $20 to $175 per square foot).
Top Tip: Fill the holes with wood putty or using a sealer. Sand the wooden surfaces with 120 grit sandpaper, before applying primer and several coats of paint to the siding and studs.
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Top Tip: Make sure the corners of the frame are right angled, using a good carpentry square.
In order to give your shed a nice appearance, as well as to protect the walls from rot, you should install a 10” front and a back overhang. Therefore, secure a truss to the exterior of the shed to the inner rafters, using 3 1/2″ wood screws. Afterwards, fit the end rafters to the roof, using 2×4 blockings and 3” screws. Pre-drill pilot holes in the end rafters, to prevent the wood from splitting.
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.
This 192 square foot storage shed design has a lean-to roof and barn-style double doors for a traditional look.