Concrete sheds are most often built of concrete blocks and, in some cases, ICF blocks, if you intend to use the shed as a finished office or workroom. They can also be built of poured concrete. They can be customized in numerous ways and can have either plain concrete walls or be clad in various siding and roofing options. They are more expensive to construct and cost around $18,000 on average.
Constructed from heavy-duty steel for durability, these are the only single door access on the market. Each of our Doors come with Hydraulic Assisted Lifters, an Outside Keyed Entry and Fully Welded Seams. [View Video] .
Yoder's Backyard Structures in the Washington and Pittsburgh, PA areas is committed to providing you with the best service possible. Our experienced staff can help you decide on the shed that's right for you. It is our promise to make this purchase an enjoyable one for you. Call (724) 947-9741 today to talk with our knowledgeable staff and get all your questions answered before you buy!
In need of more storage space to hold that extra machinery that takes up space in your garage?
Our Classic A-Frame Amish Storage Sheds come standard with a wide overhang on all sides as well as special features to make it stand out above our Standard Economy Workshop Sheds Collection.
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Do you need a storage shed for tools, garden accessories, family heirlooms, crafting supplies, collectibles, farm/livestock purposes, or just general “life overflow”? Do you need a safe storage space for your ATV, motorcycle, or mower? Do you need a “man cave,” “she shed,” or extra home office space? No matter the reason for your purchase now, as your needs shift or change over time, the functionality of the shed can also easily change. Your storage space. Your choices. Your current and future needs, met. Start designing your custom pre-built storage sheds, storage barns, wood garages, or playhouses today.
The best model is the one that can store everything you need it to. For this reason, you have to first consider how much extra space you need and how much free space you have to integrate a new container in your yard, and only then can you look for an option that is appropriate for your needs. If they can, many tend to go with a larger one. This way, there is more room for future gardening equipment and tool purchases.
The helpful thing about going with a high-quality and trusted brand is you know whatever you choose will look and perform as expected. If you can’t find a demonstration of the shed or storage box, you want it would still be worthwhile to order it online. Depending on the site shipping may be inexpensive or completely free with a minimum order amount. Buying a storage shed, or even a deck box, is likely to exceed whatever minimum purchase amount is required if the company does offer free or reduced shipping for large orders.
After you’ve gathered the paperwork and decided on a style, it’s time to take out the tape measure. Decide which spot in your yard will be the one and trace out a rough outline with chalk powder. Once you bring that outline to a specific width, length, and height, jot those numbers down and take out your calculator. Whether you sketch out the design yourself or you find one that fits your dimensions on the internet, the next step will be to figure out how much material you need. No matter if it’s wood, plywood, OSB, metal cladding sheets, or plastic panels, you’ll have to note down exactly how much you need plus two or three more pieces in case you need a backup. Remember to account for material loss if you include windows, vents, skylights, or more than one door. Base Frame Structure Beams Cladding Sheets (Walls & Roof) Roof Truss (Purlins, Rafters, King Post, Struts, Tie Beams) Roof Ridge Vent Plastic Base Frame/Floor Panel Interlocking/Pre-drilled Panels (Walls & Roof) Roof Truss Wood Base Posts and Floor Joists Decking Panel Studs (Structure, Door & Window Frames) Plywood/OSB Panels /Wide Studs (Walls & Roof) Roof Truss (Rafters, Rafter Blocks & Supports) Roof Ridge Vent Universal Gutter Draining System *Doors, Windows, Skylights Caulk Optional Steel Reinforcements Corner, Window, Roof & Door Trims Insulation Foam/Panels Hardware Checklist Different sizes of Nails & Screws Different sizes of Nuts & Bolts Anchor Bolts (Optional) Screw Washers or Plugs Connectors and Straps (for Rafters, Beams, Posts) Hinges (for Doors & Windows) Tools & Power Tools Checklist Protection Gear (Glasses, Dust Mask, Gloves, Helmet, Knee Pads) Tape Measure Level Pencil/Marker Carpenter’s Square Hammer Screwdrivers (Phillips, Flathead) Adjustable Bolt Wrench Pliers Step Ladder Telescopic Ladder Flashlight Drill and Drill Bits Handheld Sander *Saw (Circular Saw / Band Saw / Jigsaw) Do It In an Orderly Fashion
Whether you are looking for a storage shed, garden shed, tool shed, recreational workshop, pool house, garage, or cabin, we've got you covered. We hope you will spend some time exploring our Good, Better, and Best shed options to find a solution that works best for you.
A We warranty our sheds for five years structurally, but they are built just like a house and they last as long as the house as long as they are kept roofed and painted.
For peace of mind, it is best to opt for a lockable shed. Considering the fact that you may store expensive garden equipment, bikes, or other valuables, you need to be able to lock the shed. All the models on this list can be locked, but the tent type might be vulnerable regardless, so go for one of the others if you need the added security.
Looking for a smaller, low-profile storage building? A mini-barn with its maximum height of 8’6″ is a great choice!
For nearly 30 years, Recreation Unlimited has offered our customers the best products at the best prices. We have partnered with local Indiana Amish craftsmen to bring you and incredible lineup of sheds. The attention to detail and quality is obvious when compared to sheds purchased from big box stores. In fact, our prices are comparable to those you’ll find at large chain stores, but our quality is far superior. Visit us at one our 3 convenient locations (our Noblesville showroom, northwest Indianapolis outlot, or Cicero warehouse) to browse the newest shed selection.
Gardening sheds - These are usually large enough for a potting table and storage of basic gardening equipment.Storage shed - A storage shed can be any size depending on what you plan to keep in it. People use sheds to store lawn mowers, rakes, gardening equipment, bikes, golf carts, sports equipment, and more.Workshop/office - If you want to work in your shed and have a space separate from your home, you need to fully finish, insulate, and wire your shed for electricity. These sheds are more like small houses and have much higher costs to build.Child’s playhouse - A simple shed can also be used as a child’s playhouse. These sheds can be any size and may be finished or unfinished, depending on how you intend your children to use them. Cost to Build a Shed Per Square Foot