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Sheds with LP SmartSide are certainly the up-and-coming popular choice when one wants an economical wooden shed that will stand the test of time. .
An 80 square feet shed can suffice anyone's wood storing needs, since you'll be able to stack up to 4 cord of logs. It's easy to build and should take no more than a few days to finish.
Countryside Barns offers free delivery within a 150-mile radius. Please see our service area map to see if you qualify. Our delivery team has the expertise to place the building exactly where you want it, even while encountering rough terrain. We use a specialized machine called “The Mule” to maneuver your portable building right into place!
This narrow shed from HowToSpecialist also made the list, because it look fabulous. This stores firewood and also has a separate area for the small twigs. In addition, this wood shed features a gable roof to protect the logs from the elements. I love the simplicity of the design, but don’t be fooled because it will surprise you by how sturdy it is. For further details and step by step 3D diagrams, head to HowToSpecialist. MORE >>
There was no measuring or cutting of components required once the base had been accurately constructed.
Lead time varies by season and assembly requests. You can expect your new shed or barn to be scheduled for delivery between 2-4 weeks, at times it is 4-8 weeks. With smart scheduling, we often lop off lag time if your property is near another build.
Before you even start looking at shed plans you will want to call your local building inspector to find out all the requirements.
Take a moment to browse our selection of Models and Styles before you request a quote. This will allow us to get you an accurate quote in the current price range. Whether you're looking to nurture a hobby or need extra space, we have exactly what you're looking for.
Three Siding Choices for Wood Storage Sheds1. Wood Storage Sheds with LP SmartSide Panels (50-year Warranty)
If you’re deciding between building your own backyard shed and hiring a builder, you should know it is cheaper to build your own shed. The exact cost difference depends on builders’ labor rates in your area. When you hire a professional builder, you must pay for labor and materials. When you choose to build the shed yourself, you only have to pay for the cost of the materials and tools. Here are the most common shed building price scenarios: 10′ x 10′ shed ~ $2200 10′ x 12′ shed ~ $2700 12′ x 12′ shed ~ $3200 12′ x 20′ shed ~ $5200
This firewood shed will store exactly 3 cords of wood. I have done the calculus myself and I can attest that this is one roomy wood shed. As you can see in the diagram, this lean to shed has a wooden floor to protect the logs from moisture and a large opening on the front. The roof is made from 3/4″ plywood sheets and asphalt shingles, but you can easily convert it to metal sheets. MORE >>
DIY 4×10 lean to shed. Lean this shed against a wall or fence. Great outdoor garden shed to store lawn equipment. 4×8 lean to, free shed plans. This shed can be put against a wall or fence. Great shed for garden tools or pool supplies. Plans include a material list, step-by-step drawings, and PDF download.
Custom-built 10 x 12-foot wooden storage shed with 2 doors and 2 windows, installed
The first project is the most basic firewood rack you can build. If you have several 2x4s you can assemble this basic rack, so that you can store firewood. Although this rack cannot store a lot of firewood, this project is ideal for a porch or a deck that is near an outdoor fireplace. The plans are simple and well detailed. MORE >>
This wooden shed provides a roomy 280 square foot of storage space and is durable enough to protect your valuable tools.
You can also use the national expense average for building a shed, which goes from $17 to $24 per sq. ft.