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Your children will create hours of fun in one of our maintenance-free vinyl playhouses. Our playhouses can be customized with colors, lofts, and other options. Invest in the playhouse built to last a lifetime. Browse our catalogs to also find trash can sheds, a rabbit house, and dog houses. At River View Outdoor Products, we can help your children’s - and pets - dreams become a reality. Get your free personalized quote now! .
This durable wooden shed features a classic gable roof and 24 square foot of floor space for storing garden equipment, firewood, and more.
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.
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.
Once you’ve decided you want a shed, the first thing to consider is if you are going to purchase a shed or purchase materials to build one. Both options have their advantages, learn more to determine whether it’s better for you to build or buy a shed.
Building your own shed is an enjoyable task that will pay you back with 96 square foot of room for all of your outdoor equipment and furniture.
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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.
As working from home has become increasingly popular, you might find yourself running a little short on space. Utilizing a shed as a completely separate work space allows you to create and maintain that all-important work/life balance.
When many people think of sheds, the first thing that comes to mind is “storage”. And it’s not hard to see why! Garages can quickly become dumping grounds for lawn equipment, bikes, holiday decorations, trash bins, etc. Adding a storage shed to your yard allows you to reclaim your garage while getting organized. It’s a win-win! And living in Indiana, sheds are the perfect place to store cold weather necessities like snow blowers, shovels, and winter boots
Elite A- Frame Shed 8'x12' Clay T111, dark brown shingles, beige trim and doors options shown half moon vents
Unparalleled craftsmanship with high-quality materials and a dedication to exceptional customer service are the cornerstones of our business. We offer dozens of designs with almost limitless opportunities for customization. We’re here to help, so please let us know if you have any questions. Explore our Unique Portable Sheds and Building Structures Lofted ShedsGarden ShedsUtility ShedsLofted CabinsStorage ShedsWood ShedsPortable Garage BuildingsCabins and LodgesPortable End-Porch CabinsBackyard BarnsPavilionsPergolasGazebosChicken Coops and more
Think about what type of construction you’re going for and consider if it’s doable given the size of your yard, the size of your budget, and the climate you live in. Those three factors will influence the dimensions, the materials, and the exact location you’re going to place the shed in. The most common styles you can go for are: A barn-style – can offer more space A cottage or a ranch-style – whether with or without a porch, these can sport taller doors A saltbox-style – better for colder climates, as it offers a very slanted roof to keep the snow off
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!
The biggest thing that affects price is the style of storage shed you choose. Later on in this article, I will go into more detail about different styles we sell, the pricing of each style, and the pros and cons of each style.