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Weaver Barns’ headquarters is based in Ohio’s largest Amish & Mennonite community. The heritage and integrity of these communities has long been centered around woodworking and craftsmanship. Weaver Barns proudly employs many of the finest craftsman in our community. Sugarcreek, Ohio is known as “The Little Switzerland of Ohio” and has been our home and community for years. Our team has been creating beautiful custom garages, homes, cabins, pavilions and structures for our customers. Our team builds the finest Amish Built Sheds in Ohio and surrounding states. .
Elite Shed with transom dormer 10'X14' Shed, Christiana grey with black shingles, white trim and dark grey shuttters
This 240 square foot shed has a peaked gable roof for a traditional look and provides loads of storage room.
The assembly won’t take too long, so you can do it by yourself. Also, it only needs a level ground to sit on, so no extra foundation hassle awaits you. It doesn’t come with organizational accessories, but you can buy them separately as there’s built-in shelving support. Security-wise, it has a foot bolt and a latch that can be held by a padlock (not included). Pros: Great for neighborhoods where the HOA asks for concealed trash cans Double locks Sloped threshold and bin-opening kit Weather-resistant Cons: Might need to be anchored if you live in an area with strong winds Some customers complained about the instruction manual missing
Very beautiful design, steeper roof pitch, great for a shed dormerFeatures four 24×36 windows, letting in plenty of light
If you’re like most people shopping for a shed, you have 3 main criteria on your mind: long-lasting quality, sufficient storage space, and a fair price. Here’s the good news: if you know where to look, you can have all 3! While The Backyard Showcase is primarily known for our Amish-built backyard structures, we also sell handcrafted storage sheds to homeowners just like you. Read our latest blog to learn about fair Amish shed prices — and to find the perfect shed that meets your needs. When you’re wondering “What should a shed cost?”, the most important attribute to consider is quality. While you can get a bottom-of-the-barrel price on a hardware store shed, the quality simply won’t be there and you’ll end up replacing it a year or two later. Every single one of the sheds we sell are hand-built by skilled craftsmen in a workshop, and that’s why they can last up to 50 years. We break down what our average Amish shed prices are — and what you get for each price point.
The added features make the shed very convenient to use, and those have to do with: Security: An internal latching mechanism and double doors that can be locked. Wide entryway: The doors have 2 solid handles and they open to create an entryway that is approximately 9 feet wide, allowing you to store large equipment with ease. Ventilation and Lighting: One 16.5 by 16.5-inch shatterproof window that opens half-way coupled with 2 vents to increase ventilation, and 6 skylights to improve visibility and allow for natural lighting.
The 192 square foot of floor space makes it easy to organize all of your gear and still have space to hold a worktable for completing projects. The design features a peaked gable roof for plenty of headroom, while the exterior is finished with your choice of siding to paint or stain.
There’s also a newer version available for this model, and the differences lie mainly in the exterior design and the addition of two-door windows. Pros: Wide entry Big storing capacity Window can open to add to the two vents Shelving system is included Cons: Putting the roof on is a 2-person job Customers have complained about the opacity of the skylights
This wooden shed is durable enough to stand the weather and provides 120 square foot of usable storage space for everyone.
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Because sheds come in many sizes, styles, and materials and have many different uses, they have an incredibly wide range of associated costs. Sheds can be custom made, built DIY from a purchased plan, or assembled from a kit. The national average cost range is $1,500 to $10,000, with most homeowners paying around $5,653 for a 10’ x 12’ storage shed clad in pine siding with a simple gable roof. Cost to Build a Shed Storage Shed CostsNational average cost$5,653Average range$1,500-$10,000Minimum cost$1,321Maximum cost$33,764 Cost to Build a Shed Per Square Foot Shed Cost by Size How Much Would It Cost to Insulate a Shed? Additional Considerations
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AMost of the sheds that we carry can be placed right on the ground. They are build on pressure treated 4 x 4′ ground runners which will not rot or decay. If the place for your shed is flat, site preparation is often unnecessary.