We had a great experience with Recreation Unlimited. Professional from start to finish. The sales staff laid out the process of getting our Hot Tub. The delivery team was there on time and was professional. Got it installed in no time and the gentleman explained in easy terms how to maintain it. I would recommend buying from Recreation Unlimited.
The quality of the playset exceeded our expectations. I was able to design it according to our preferences. The staff were excellent from the beginning to the conclusion of the project. So impressed! .
3,000 PSI concrete for a 400 sq.ft., 6" thick concrete slab, including fine grading, vapor barrier, forms, wire mesh, finishing, and curing
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.
(9)9 product ratings - EZBUILDER 6'–14’ Width Storage Shed Garage Barn Peak Roof 2x4 DIY EZ Framing Kit
Not everyone has the same needs of design taste when it comes to backyard sheds, barns, and garages. While nearly all of our portable buildings are customized for space they will fill, we offer more extensive custom storage sheds and custom and luxury garage designs. Our design team and quality workforce will strive to provide a customized backyard building or a custom garage to your own unique taste and to fit with your one-of-a-kind landscape.
North Country Storage Barns offers a huge selection of products and services. We have 3 physical locations in upstate New York. Stop into our locations at Philadelphia, NY, Yorkville, NY, and Sandy Creek, NY to view a selection of the products that we offer. All our showrooms have gifts, home decor, furniture, and specialty items you won’t find in our online offerings. If you make a visit, you’ll be able to take a stroll outdoors to look through our many sheds, vehicle storage units, gazebos, play sets, outdoor furniture, bird houses & feeders, lawn ornaments, and more! Our Philadelphia location is also home to two cabin display models you will enjoy touring through at your own pace!
This durable wooden shed features a classic gable roof and 24 square foot of floor space for storing garden equipment, firewood, and more.
Bought a shed from this place. They did such a great job I came back and bought a play set. Great service. Timely response. Very great sales team and installation team. Would recommend to anyone. A+++
Back yard A- Frame garage 12'x 24', light gray T111, dual gray shingles, white trim and shutters Options shown 9'x6' 9" overhead door,9' heavy duty ramp 8"x16" vents
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
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.
A successful DIY shed starts with choosing the right shed plans. First, determine how much space you can commit to an outbuilding, and check local codes for setbacks as you decide where to put it. It’s also important to consider what you’d like to store in the shed. Small tools can be hung on walls to save space, but large items like lawnmowers and snow blowers need more square footage.
If you've got a lot you need to store, or something big like a car, storage buildings are the perfect solution.
Need a portable building in a hurry? Browse through our list of pre-built inventory below to find just the shed, garage, or cabin that you are looking for! Lofted Garden Shed Garden Shed Utility Shed Garage Lofted Garage Golf Cart Garage Cabin Lofted Cabin Lofted Side Porch Cabin Side Porch Cabin Finished Portable Buildings Purchase Lofted Barn Country Barn Storage Barn Chicken Coop Gazebos
Workshops need more finish work and electricity than storage sheds, making the cost closer to $200 a square foot. How much does it cost to build a storage shed in my city?
Anchoring them will keep wind from blowing them apart. Especially in the case of smaller, lighter models, ropes can be tied, with special attention to the roof (as it tends to be the first to go in a storm), and connected to the foundation or ground underneath.