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Are you a serious gardner who would love to have your own space to plant seeds, transplant plants or store all of your garden tools and equipment? Get the garden shed you've always wanted from Yoder's Backyard Structures. Any of our shed models can be become a great garden shed with a few simple options. Just ask about our garden sheds when you order and we'll talk about all the options available including: Skylight Potting Bench Extra Loft for added storage Window boxes Extra windows and much more... .
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 >>
All the same materials used for roofing on your home can be used on your shed as well. Many people like to clad their sheds in similar materials to their homes to give their property a more cohesive look. However, to save costs, choose a flat roof for your shed and clad it in less expensive materials. Below are some of the most common materials for roofing a shed and their average cost per square foot.
Roof MaterialAverage Cost per Square Foot (Labor Included)Tin$1.50 - $2.50Spray foam$2.00Bitumen$2.00 - $5.00Asphalt shingle$2.10Tile$3.00 - $30.00Metal$5.00 - $20.00 Labor Cost to Build a Shed
Many people use sheds for storage purposes, either for gardening tools or things like bikes, golf carts, and motorcycles. But sheds can have a wide range of purposes, which dictate how large it is, the flooring, and how it is laid out and finished inside.
The cost to build a shed has a wide range per square foot, depending on several factors like the materials, purpose, how finished it is, and whether it is a kit, a DIY build from plans, or a custom shed.
Storage Sheds – Many homes in South Florida feature carports instead of garages, which means storage sheds are a must. Keep your lawnmower, bikes, tools, children’s toys, and equipment in one of our sturdy, watertight sheds. Unlike the DIY sheds you can purchase at home improvement stores, our sheds will stand up to the elements for years to come, protecting your belongings and giving you peace of mind.
Leonard offers the most extensive selection of designs made with quality materials. From our 50 year LP siding warranty to our signature flooring system quality is key.
One of the main reasons many of us will ponder the idea of building our own shed is to remove some of the clutter from our home or garage.
Let us know what you're using your California Custom Shed for, so we can help you create a shed to fit your needs. Our customers have used our buildings for more than just your ordinary backyard garden storage shed. Many have customized our storage sheds for potting sheds, tack rooms, hobby & train rooms. Some have used our buildings for motorcycles, golf carts, or riding lawn mowers. (One customer even parked a 1956 Cadillac in one of our sheds!) Others have used our sheds for a paint studio, guard shacks, offices, a dry shelter for a favorite pet, firewood storage, well pump house, or a ticket booth. Whatever your needs may be, visit us at our display lot located between Salinas and Prunedale on HWY. 101 (El Camino Real North) & Ralph Lane, and we will be happy to help you customize a building to fullfill your needs. We have over 30 buildings on display, which will show you the quality of our storage sheds, and give you many ideas you can apply towards your own building.
Resin sheds are very low maintenance and can be built from kits. They are fairly durable and lightweight, but sizes, styles, and colors are limited. There is little to no customization, and they are less likely to have floors unless you custom build one, which adds to the cost. Most resin sheds cost around $1,000 to build from a kit.
In most instances, the biggest determining factor in the cost of your shed is its size. This is true whether you use a kit, a DIY build from a plan, or a custom build. Below are some of the most common sizes and costs, assuming a professionally built shed.
Next, fit the 2×4 slats to the floor frame. Fit a piece of 3/4″ plywood between the slats to create even gaps. Align the edges at both ends, drill pilot holes and insert 2 1/2″ screws to lock them to the floor frame.
Our standard shed sits on 4 x 4 skids, as a result there is a step up into the shed. A ramp will make access easier and smoother for items you wheel in. Choose an option 3 foot ramp 4 foot ramp 6 foot ramp 8 foot ramp Step 14 - Whirling Bird Vent Whirling Bird Vent $130 Step 15 - 12 inch Overhang
Other things to consider are the height and width of the door. Make certain the door is wide enough and high enough if you are storing or moving large items.