This 7.5 x 3 ft storage building is a great shed, especially if you are renting and like to keep your gardening and outside equipment outside.
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Shopping on a budget and want an easy installation process? A prefabricated shed kit might be your best option. On average, homeowners spend between $1,500 and $5,000 for a prefabricated shed kit.
And if you happen to belong to that rare group of people who have a garden, but as yet don’t actually own a garden shed – believe us when we say – the time for you to start thinking about outdoor storage is definitely on its way.
A finished portable cabin can sleep varying amounts of people depending on the size. Most of our customers sleep anywhere from 2-14 people depending on the size and if there are lofts.
I recently purchased the potting shed from Recreation Unlimited. My experience with them was great. From the moment I walked through the door to the shed being placed in my yard, the team at Recreation Unlimited answered questions and provided information I needed. The shed itself is very well built and I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I highly recommend!
This attractive wooden gable roof shed is easy to build and provides 100 square foot of storage space for garden accessories.
Most sheds need wide doors to accommodate equipment and storage. Therefore, a barn door is the most frequently installed style because they are wider than standard doors. Barn door costs start at $100.
This shed makes a dead space functional by adding 1.6 cord of storage on the inside and gives a small amount of space on the outside due to its lean-to styling.
Storage sheds have come a long way from being only used to store a lawn mower and tools. Sheds have evolved into an extension of the home that can become an outdoor oasis with endless possibilities. Now the hard part…
If you don’t have space to go out, you can always go up! The legacy two story workshop with dormers is a great way to maximize your space in style.
Much like the quality of our storage sheds, we don’t cut corners when it comes to customer service, installation or customizable options for our customers. Combined, these elements are what set us apart. Our products aren't a temporary fix, but rather a long-lasting and reliable solution to a variety of your outdoor storage and recreational needs. Installed on site - Installation and delivery are FREE!* Easy access double doors Full-length galvanized steel hinges prevent door sagging Factory primed and ready-to-paint (paint/painting not included) Flexible door location - install on eave or gable side (Heritage series only) Hand-crafted with pride in America
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.
Plastic kits are available for small sheds, and they are very durable. However, they are not customizable and are limited in size and style. Wood sheds need more maintenance than plastic sheds, but you can endlessly customize them with size, color, trim, and siding and roofing choices.
This 192 square foot storage shed design has a lean-to roof and barn-style double doors for a traditional look.
The trick when choosing the right storage shed is figuring out what you need it for. Some homeowners love to garden. It gives them peace of mind, but sadly, when it’s all said and done, there is nowhere to put everything. Others just need to clear out space in the basement or garage and start using both for their original purpose.