Our exclusive shed gallery features over 800 photos of custom sheds we've built for our customers. You've got to see it to believe it. Each shed is hand-crafted so you never have to settle for less than exactly what you want.
It is possible to purchase a fully built shed and have it delivered to your home. It is also possible to buy a kit and assemble it yourself or hire a handyman to do so. Or, you can choose to build a shed either yourself or by hiring a carpenter. .
We've had a fantastic experience working w/ Recreation Unlimited.! Our hot tub was ready ahead of schedule! The installers arrived first thing in the morning. Very professional. Spent extra time to make sure landscaping wasn't disturbed. Setup and training were also outstanding. Very happy customer.
In 2007, an opportunity presented itself to open a location in Marietta, Georgia. Two employees from the Whitehall and Hamburg locations were transferred there to establish our 3rd location. Green Acres of Marietta has now grown considerably, and is firmly established.
Building a shed costs most homeowners $3,634 (or $20 to $175 per square foot). But remember –– leave room in the budget because the cost of a shed typically ranges from $1,767 to $9,567. Depending on the shed’s design and construction, you might pay as low as $363 or as high as $30,000.
The Orchard Shed is one of our most popular custom shed styles. We takes pride in building a higher quality of custom shed. The Orchard can be fully customized to your needs. Add a porch, extra doors and windows, overhangs, and more. Our custom sheds are built to exceed your expectations. The pop out window is one of our most popular upgrades It comes in the following sizes four, six and eight foot transom window. Another common upgrade is the porch and deck which is built into the sidewall and roof like it would be on your house. Compare our sheds to the competition — you won’t find anything better. Description Price 6'X6' $1,818 6'x8' $2,027 6'x10' $2,438 6'x12' $2,522 8'x8' $2,273 8'x10' $2,750 8'x12' $2,856 8'x14' $3,197 8'x16' $3,359 10'x10' $3,113 10'x12' $3,372 10'x14' $3,750 10'x16' $3,870 10'X18' $4,440 10'X20' $4,782 12'X12' $3,724 12'X14' $4,233 12'X16' $4,528 12'X18' $5,064 12'X20' $5,465 12'X24' $6,144 12'X28' $7,182 12'X32' $7,884 Wall Height: 8' (Exterior) Double Top Plates: All walls Roof Pitch: 6/12 Rafters and Trusses: Joined with Steel Plates Siding: LP SmartSide Panel Siding Shed Base: Pressure Treated Wood or Galvanized Steel Floor: ¾” Tongue and Groove OSB Door: Steel-Framed with LP SmartSide Exterior Door Size: 4’x6′ Door Handle: Key Latched Door Hinge: Decorative Black Hinge Door Threshold - Diamond Plate Metal Wall Framing: 2″x4″ Spaced 16″ On Center Trim Type: 4″ Miratec Trim Roof Sheathing: 7/16″ OSB Shingles: Limited Lifetime Architectural Shingle Eave type: 4″ Overhangs on Side Walls Drip edge: All of Roof Perimeter Onsite Installation: Included Warranty: 8 years Description Price 6'X6' $1,645 6'x8' $1,843 6'x10' $2,085 6'x12' $2,338 8'x8' $2,189 8'x10' $2,431 8'x12' $2,756 8'x14' $3,042 8'x16' $3,262 10'x10' $2,811 10'x12' $3,157 10'x14' $3,548 10'x16' $3,779 10'X20' $4,450 12'X12' $3,641 12'X14' $4,081 12'X16' $4,411 12'X20' $5,176 12'X24' $5,946 12'x28' $6,556 12'x32' $7,249
Shed SizeAverage Cost (Labor Included)6’ x 4’ shed (24 sq.ft.)$1,2006’ x 9’ shed (54 sq.ft.)$2,7008’ x 8’ shed (64 sq.ft.)$3,2008’ x 10’ shed (80 sq.ft.)$4,0008’ x 12’ shed (96 sq.ft.)$4,80010’ x 8’ shed (80 sq.ft.)$4,00010’ x 10’ shed (100 sq.ft.)$5,00010’ x 12’ shed (120 sq.ft.)$6,00010’ x 16’ shed (160 sq.ft.)$8,00010’ x 20’ shed (200 sq.ft.)$10,00012’ x 16’ shed (192 sq.ft.)$9,60012’ x 24’ shed (288 sq.ft.)$14,40016’ x 12’ shed (192 sq.ft.)$9,60016’ x 16’ shed (256 sq.ft.)$12,80016’ x 20’ shed (320 sq.ft.)$16,000
When comparing metal vs wood, consider combining these materials. A wood frame is more sturdy than a metal frame and less likely to be damaged by wind or snow. But metal walls and roofs are resistant to rot, moisture, insect activity, and flames, making them a longer-lasting option than wood walls.
Consider the Saltbox vinyl storage shed if you are looking for economical backyard storage with a bit more fashion and one that will require very little maintenance.
Sheds are a great way to add valuable space to your home without major renovations (i.e. knocking out walls). These popular outbuildings serve a variety of useful purposes. From additional storage to home offices and artist studios, the possibilities for your new shed are truly endless. If you’re looking for a quality shed in Indianapolis, you’ve come to the right place. At Recreation Unlimited, we’re proud to offer custom, Amish-built sheds in Indiana to meet the needs of people just like you.
One of the most important components of a wood shed is pressure treated foundation components. This includes skids and floor joists. Pressure-treated wood that is approved for contact with the ground will hold off rot and decay for decades.
Not the best place, not the best prices, and there was a dead roach in one of the hot tubs. The only upside to this place was that they didn't have a high-pressure sales person hounding you.
What better way to take advantage of extra space in the backyard than to get a 10×20 portable storage shed?
Look for existing cavities and places for shelvesSearch for your shed on Amazon or your local hardware store to find their storage range. Even if you don't plan on using their equipment it can be a good place to generate ideas6. Restricted size
A We warranty our sheds for five years structurally, but they are built just like a house and they last as long as the house as long as they are kept roofed and painted.
Because there are so many options and variables, there is also a wide overlap of costs. It is possible to purchase a small upright resin shed for $500 or a fully custom-built shed that is delivered to your home intact, starting from $30,000. Likewise, you can build one from inexpensive lumber DIY for $500 or hire someone to build a shed for you on your property for $30,000.
The utility shed will be built fully assembled here at our shop, and then brought to your site. We use the Mule, a special forklift machine, that minimizes the impact on your lawn.