Looking to save a few bucks? No problem! We can deliver your shed unpainted and you can paint it yourself, allowing you to get creative and save some money at the same time. If you can dream it, we can build it! The possibilities are endless. When you’re ready to turn your dream shed into a reality, give us a call at (317) 773-3545. Default sorting Sort by popularity Sort by average rating Sort by latest Sort by price: low to high Sort by price: high to low
If you don’t see what you’re looking for on our website, please don’t hesitate to call us at (330) 332-9940 for a free quote on any size or style of building you have in mind. Barn Style Sheds (Mini & Dutch) (7) Cape Cod Style Sheds (6) Carriage House Storage Sheds (1) Cottage Style Sheds (3) Garden Sheds (5) Hip Style Storage Sheds (1) Peak Style Sheds ('A' Frame) (21) Victorian Style Sheds (1) .
Metal sheds can be purchased in a kit, but these are generally flimsy and not recommended for any area that sees high winds or snow because they cannot hold up well enough to either one. A metal shed with a lumber frame with metal walls and roof can be built anywhere. Metal is limited in style and color options, but if you are custom building with a wood frame, you can have your shed built to nearly any size. A wooden-framed metal shed costs around $4,500.
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At Countryside Barns, we strive to build the highest quality storage barn for our customers at an affordable price. We handle the whole process – from ordering to manufacturing to delivery and installation.
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Vinyl, Natural Wood, Painted Wood, Stained Wood, Board & Batten, 8″ Tongue and Groove, and Metal Siding. The choice is yours!
Top Tip: Align the joists, making sure the diagonals of the floor are equal, before driving in the wood screws.
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.
We can deliver your shed pre-built or we can build it on site. Pre-built is convenient, fast, and the best value. However, when access to your yard is a problem, building on site is usually the best option.
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.
This backyard shed has a gable roof that looks great and provides the opportunity for adding vertical storage for maximum flexibility. With a gable roof and barn-style doors, you can easily build this shed and add 80 square foot of storage to hold all your outdoor equipment.
The national average cost of a 10x10 unit is currently $97.59 per month. This includes prices for both climate control and non-climate control units.
Very happy with the service we received. The folks who came out and installed the goals were courteous and professional and they stayed on the planned schedule. The kids (and I) have loved our new basketball goal.
Barns usually have a similar cost per square foot as sheds, but because they are much larger - around 1,000 sq.ft. on average - they have higher costs, starting at about $50,000 for a very basic structure.
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.