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98 Cubic feet of easy, out of the way storage. Great for tiny yards, patios and balconies. .
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Offering a total storage capacity of 574 cu. ft. this Storage Shed makes essential organization simple. It features a reinforced floor to support tractors and other large items, and can easily house all your tools, outdoor supplies, and more. The multi-wall resin exterior is built for superior durability and measures 8 ft. x 10 ft. in size. Additional features include six skylights to bring in natural light, two corner shelves that can be used in eight different locations, and metal, lockable
The main selling points of this shed were. They were easy to put together,they were constructed from double walled PVC extrusions. Once the shed base had been constructed the shed panels clipped together with the aid of a gentle tap of a mallet.
Written by Anubhav Kapoor on Jul 01, 2010
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Please note that at this time we can not deliver a 24 x24 shed (shown on page 18) in our area.
Door dimensions: 60.6 in. W x 71.4 in. HShipping weight: 431 lbs.Wide double doors1 side windowFoundation KitDesigner roof shinglesRoof truss & wall columns are reinforced with metalIncludes door handles with padlock eyesAll-weather durable vinylWon’t rust, rot, dent or mildewNever needs paintingSnap-in panel/column for easy assembly (two people)Passes wind tests (when anchored to the ground)Strong Roof & Side Metal Frame Support StructureClick here to view additional sizes of the Woodbridge PlusClick here to see other Duramax sheds.
Elite A-Frame 10x14 Vinyl Shed. Windows 18"x 36" with 1"x4" Wood Window trim, Double Top Plates and Transom Window above door.
Once you have completed our easy order process, sit back and relax while we do all the work to see your vision through. We’ll see to it that your new shed arrives in just three to five weeks. You’ll be joining in with thousands of other satisfied customers. We are capable, ready, and happy to do it!
3. Choose functionality versus aesthetics. Outdoor sheds are primarily utility structures. If you want it to be cute, too, that’s fine. Just make sure it’s stable and roomy enough to hold your gardening tools and your stuff in.
While many storage sheds have a fairly utilitarian design that prioritizes function over form, some incorporate architectural features to give them a more house-like appearance. They may have one or more of the following.
In most cases, small sheds do not require a building permit, but large sheds typically do.
There’s nothing wrong with that $300 shed from big box stores if you’re storing something strictly temporary. Keep in mind though: cheap sheds can end up costing more in the long run. Repairing and replacing crumbling structures takes time, money, and they serve as a big eye sore in the meantime.