Lofted Garden Sheds come with 6’6’’ Wall Height. They include a loft on each end to provide extra storage space. The Lofted Garden Shed has the doors on the side and includes 2 windows. Available siding options include painted LP SmartSide, Metal Siding, Treated Wood Siding, and Vinyl Siding. Deluxe Garden Shed includes two 2X3 windows, double doors on the end with transom windows, and a single door on the side with a transom window. It also has extra roof overhang on the side and end as well as having storage lofts on both ends inside. The inside wall height on deluxe garden sheds is 6’6’’. Available siding options include painted LP SmartSide, Metal Siding, Treated Wood Siding, and Vinyl Siding.
All storage sheds are built in our shop and delivered to your site, ready to move into. If you are currently renting space, or your garage doesn't have room for the car anymore, contact us and compare our prices and workmanship with anyone!! .
This style was designed for consumer projects which don't require as robust of a solution and cheaper on the wallet.
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. Get Local Cost
What you plan do with your portable shed will have the greatest effect on the total cost of your project. Obviously, the most common use of a storage shed is for…storage! If this is the extent of your demands, you should be able to meet your needs with a fairly inexpensive, basic shed.
With Leonard's Quality, Rent To Own Option and keeping your items close by, our sheds beat other storage options every time.
The second weak point was that as the twin wall panels are of relatively thin construction they would get damaged in more extreme hail storms. Whilst the sheds were still being manufactured, new panels could simply be bought and replaced.
Cost of delivery varies by distance and shed size. Ask a sales associate for an instant quote. We also offer sheds in kit form or build on site where truck access is not an option. All our deliveries are handled by our own friendly, expert drivers. We also provide service to prepare a good foundation for your new shed. This service, is performed by our own professionals, includes basic ground leveling, and 3-6″ of crushed stone.
But even though they are custom made for the job, we weren't sure if they were the best sheds... so we made this list of pros and cons. Enjoy.
They came when they said they would! We are thrilled with the look of the fence.
If your shed is larger than 100 square feet, you will need a permit to move it, which includes marking off the new location and having it checked by the town or municipality before you can move it. This can add further costs of $100.
If you really don’t want to prime and don’t like the pre-primed colors in the spray section, then first test out a hidden area with just your acrylic paint. If the shed has a rough texture (like the Duotech sheds), you may be all right.
There are several brands of spray paint that work with plastic. Look for Krylon Fusion for Plastic®, Valspar® Plastic Spray Paint or Rust-Oleum Specialty Paint for Plastic.
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.
Plastic sheds do not like extreme temperatures. At the very least in the direct heat they become quite hot, but at worst the heat can buckle the panels, leaving gaps for rain and pests to enter.
Remember, many factors will affect your final bill. Hiring a pro to build a custom garden shed will cost much more than buying a kit from the local home improvement store. Large sheds will run up the bill, and even a poor location can impact the budget.
If you live in an area with frequent hurricanes or tornadoes, you can rest easy knowing that Cosmos sheds have a wind rating of up to 110 miles per hour. Homeowners in cold climates will be glad to know that these sheds have a snow load rating of 25 pounds per square foot. Because these sheds are portable, you do not have to keep them in the same location year after year. You can disassemble your shed and move it to a different area.