We are an essential business that is selling, building, and delivering storage solutions and outdoor protection during this time of need.
Our prices are competitive, and our warrantees are the best around. Our easy-to-reach team is responsive, supportive, and reliable assuring the best value for you as you add value to your property and lifestyle with a portable shelter for people (tiny houses), pets (chicken coops), and possessions (sheds & garages). .
The structure is made of durable HDPE, double-walled and reinforced with steel all over, the roof has steel trusses to help it stay put and withstand a weight of 23 pounds per square foot, and the floor is made of the same HDPE, it’s anti-slip and it can hold up to 35 pounds per square foot. However, all this is possible only if you have a strong and very level foundation to lay it on, and most recommend going for concrete. The materials and build guarantee an all-weather resistance and a wind resistance of up to 65 mph, and the roof has a 6:12 pitch ratio to help with snow shedding during winter. If the winds in your area are stronger, we advise that you anchor it to the foundation. Maintenance-wise it doesn’t require anything other than dusting and regular checks of the metal hardware.
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.
If you have a large enough shed, you could have it completely finished, wired for electricity, and plumbing run to it to create a tiny house. Because most of the costs are in the finishing, this would not be an inexpensive project unless you intend to do it yourself over time. Finishing costs will run around $125 a square foot, plus insulation, running the plumbing and electrical lines, and other interior finishing add even more costs, for a total of up to $250 a square foot. This assumes that you do not add square footage onto the shed because most sheds are only a single room and are not divided into kitchen, sleeping, and bathing areas. These houses are not legal to live in unless they are permitted and inspected, however.
Before getting into the assembling part, you should prepare a foundation that is flat and level so that there’s no risk of having a crooked structure that can snap apart. You can set it up very quickly thanks to the snap assembly and, once done, it provides a storage space of 147 cubic feet. The total weight of the product comes to 239 pounds, but you should anchor it to the foundation if strong winds are common where you live. Due to its construction, the shed requires no maintenance like painting, staining, or sanding, and the warranty it comes with is of 10 years. Pros: Easy assembling No maintenance Can withstand bad weather Has a wide entry
Garden sheds are a great fit if you've got a lot of backyard equipment. The side opening doors make it easy to access all your tools.
Do you need extra storage? Fox Run Storage Sheds offers a wide variety of shed styles, as well as horse barns, animal shelters, birdhouses, chicken coops, dog houses, dog kennels, goat sheds, rabbit hutches, run-ins, and shed rows. We are based out of Washington, NJ but we supply sheds to the lower 48 States including Northern and Central New Jersey, Hunterdon County, Warren County, Morris County, Mercer County, Somerset County, and North Eastern Pennsylvania.
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Amish shed builders are known to emphasize quality and a job well done. Most Amish shed manufacturers are small family-oriented businesses with only a handful of employees at most. Some Amish shed craftsmen sell retail. Others create their products to be sold wholesale to larger retailers. An Amish shed can be ordered from the source and delivered to your home. Other storage buildings and outdoor buildings made by Amish include mini-barns, garages, gazebos, and pergolas.
Sheds do an important job for your backyard — there’s no doubt about that. But if you’re looking for other super-fun and stylish backyard structures, we can help you with those as well. In addition to offering quality sheds at fair prices, we also build and sell a wide range of outdoor living structures such as pergolas, pavilions, and gazebos.
Weaver Barns has been building Amish sheds and barns for more than 20 years. Constructed from only the finest material on the market, Weaver Barns offers customers a unique, timeless experience into the Amish traditions. Our professional barn deign and construction team offers customers a huge a selection of different Amish sheds and barns including wood sheds, garages, cabins, timber lodges, and custom designed structures. For more information on our professional Amish barns and how they’re built, watch our new videos!
Thinking about ways to make some extra cash? Our sheds can be finished out to make beautiful spaces for a rental property. Our customers have finished out drywalling and added electrical outlets to bring in all the creature comforts.
This square shed design measures 10x10 foot, making it a great choice for adding a small room's worth of useful storage.
This is just so cute! What a darling, little shed! Love the pretty hardware. I have had a door like that in the garage for 10 years now. Glad I’m not the only one who hangs on to things! I hit the clearance section at Lowe’s this week too, wasn’t it great?! And all the bulbs at Home Depot are half off too. It’s just the perfect, little place to store your garden things. Can’t wait to replicate this idea!