When selecting a size for your backyard storage building, there are several questions to ask yourself. Use this list as you start your research
To help you figure out the right size, consider is how much space you have in your yard. Do you have room for a larger shed? The 12×16 version should be small enough to fit in most yards. You don’t want a 12×16 shed in a very small backyard so that it looks out of sync with your space. .
After spending many hours researching the various sheds, I found the Lifetime 6418 Outdoor Storage Shed to be the best of them.
Treated engineered wood products offer superior protection against the elements, advanced durability and ease of installation.
We offer several roofs options: asphalt shingle, architectural shingle, and metal.
The Legacy 2-Story Workshop Shed is literally on another level! A second-floor nearly doubles available storage space and the sharp overall look of this structure complements any property.
"Brenda and I want to let you know we are extremely pleased with the construction of our new garage. All of your crews were a delight to work with. They were all highly capable, very skilled and hard working as well. I was concerned about the low hanging wires, which I propped up when necessary, but your guys were very careful working around them and we had no problems. The quality of construction and selection of materials is top notch. This building is extremely solid! Thanks again for a thoroughly professional job! Everyone who has seen it are simply blown away."
Most firewood sheds have three sides and leave the front open for easy access and proper airflow.
Each material has its own cost, pros, and cons. Below are the most common costs associated with each material:
Here’s what the time frame will look like for pros working full-time on your shed project. 1/2 to 1 Day | Prepare the site and pour concrete or install gravel 1 – 3 days | Construct and roof a shed up to 12’x24′ depending on actual size of the shed and number in the crew. DIY or Hire a Pro
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Whether you want to store tools, a snowblower or lawn furniture, this 168 square foot shed gives you all the extra room you need.
The highly detailed plans helps to finish this 320 square foot garage shed in just a few weekends, no matter what your experience level is.
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While buying will save you time, it unfortunately will cost you more, especially if you hire a professional to build the shed. A normal shed costs about $300 while hiring a contractor or builder can cost you up to $3000 with labor, materials, and additional costs. Not only will you be spending more money, but you will also lose a bit of creative control when it comes to your shed. Overall, money and the intended use of your shed should be taken into consideration before you go ahead and buy a shed for your home.
On average, outdoor lighting costs $188 to $325 per light for the lights themselves and the labor it takes to install them.