These may not be matters you consider often, but here at New England Rent To Own, we walk customers through the unexpected nuances of buying sheds everyday. Not sure where to start? Here’s what you should know about storage sheds before making a purchase.
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Our overlapping roof and wall panels also generate a tighter seal for all RHINO prefab storage buildings and sheds. This creates a stronger seam and comes with a 25-year warranty.
The whole thing has a double-wall construction design in order to ensure the sturdiness of the set-up itself. What’s more, this heavy-duty plastic structure is complemented by an even sturdier floor that acts as a solid base and there’s also room for users to do a bit of customizing seeing as there’s space to put in an additional shelf. This takes the level of organization to a whole other level.
Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Vinyl, Natural Wood, Painted Wood, Stained Wood, Board & Batten, 8″ Tongue and Groove, and Metal Siding. The choice is yours!
LP Outdoor Building Solutions is a unique collection of engineered wood building products designed specifically for use in sheds, barns and outdoor structures. These products provide lasting durability, beautiful finishes and style options far beyond those of your typical backyard storage sheds, so your structure will be both aesthetically pleasing and exceptionally practical.
RHINO creates prefab storage buildings for your specific needs. Your order ships from the nearest factory directly to your job site.
The signature vinyl package features vinyl siding and aluminum trim to protect your structure. The signature painted package features 3″ door trim using a poly product that resists decay. Metal corner posts are added for additional strength and protection.
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One the first floor, they went for an open concept. They have a nice, airy window in the kitchen area in front of the sink for some amazing views.
Sheds are most commonly built of wood, resin (plastic), or metal. Resin and metal are most commonly found in kits, although some metal sheds can be custom built with a wood frame. However, it is also possible to build custom sheds using concrete and brick, although the material costs become much higher, and they require specialists to build.
Some sheds are shipped with the wrong parts and customer service is rated as poor
The labor cost to build a shed varies tremendously based on several factors. Most sheds can be built on any clear area of an existing yard, but if you do not have a clear area, you need excavation or clearing first, which adds to the cost. Grading is the most common type of land preparation needed for a shed and costs $4.37 - $5.41 a square foot.
Vinyl is a popular wood alternative. It replicates wood’s texture while also avoiding several of wood’s weaknesses, like rot, insects, and moisture damage. While many homeowners prefer vinyl for its low maintenance, you may opt for wood for its natural aesthetic.
Above you see a test with our 9 ton farm field tractor on our LP Prostruct Smart Floor – No cracks – no issues