Interested in purchasing a shed, barn, garage, or swing set for your backyard? Wildcat Barns is here to help you choose the right backyard product to enhance the look and feel of your home. Our Mennonite and Amish hand built structures include everything from storage units to lawn furniture to playhouses for your children and are of the highest quality. Our products are both functional and attractive, making your backyard more of a getaway than ever before. Not only do we offer an excellent product, but we also offer personalized customer service and a guarantee of your satisfaction. Wildcat Barns doesn’t sell to you; we work with you to find exactly what you’re looking for in a shed, barn, car port, or garage.
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. .
Garden Quaker Shed 10'x16', avocado T111, weathered wood shingles, white trim,red doors. Options Shown red Z shutters, transom windows, arch trim doors
At Weaver Barns, we have a proven track record serving happy customers over the course of two decades. Starting with just two employees in Sugarcreek, OH in 1994, we have grown to become a top provider of Amish built storage sheds and other structures. Whether you need an Amish built shed, garage, cabin, barn, or a custom structure, we can build exactly what you need.Since 1994, we have grown our business by following our mission to provide the highest quality structures to homeowners like you. We have built a solid reputation for providing not only quality Amish made sheds, but also timber lodges, cabins, garages, Dutch barns and custom structures.
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.
All the same materials used for roofing on your home can be used on your shed as well. Many people like to clad their sheds in similar materials to their homes to give their property a more cohesive look. However, to save costs, choose a flat roof for your shed and clad it in less expensive materials. Below are some of the most common materials for roofing a shed and their average cost per square foot.
Back yard A-frame shed T-111. with 3" slat shutters, double doors. Options are: Overhead door and ramp.
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.
10x14 Cape Cod Shed with Vinyl Siding. Includes extra wide eves and gables, two 24x36 single hung windows and shutters, double doors in 10ft. wall and single door in 14ft. wall.
3,000 PSI concrete for a 400 sq.ft., 6" thick concrete slab, including fine grading, vapor barrier, forms, wire mesh, finishing, and curing
Another thing you can do with a 12×16 shed that optimizes space is to add a loft. If you choose a style of shed that has a steeper roof pitch, there will be extra room for adding storage in a loft area.
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.
2"x4" wood for framing 8' walls in a 10'x12' shed, including 5/8" plywood siding, 3-1/2" R-13 insulation, and 1/2" gypsum drywall
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The most common cost per square foot for a professionally built shed is around $50 a square foot if the interior will not be finished. If you intend to finish the interior for an office or workshop and need to insulate it and add things like electricity, expect your costs to go as high as $200 a square foot.
The 128 square foot of floor space makes it easy to move around inside, and there's enough room to add shelves for holding pots or bags of soil.