This firewood shed features a basic design. The shed has a lean to roof, so that it protects the firewood from water. Also, the shed has the side and back walls protected by slats. The plans come with a complete cut list and with easy to follow diagrams. MORE >>
Fill the holes with wood putty and then smooth the surface with 120-220 grit sandpaper. Apply a few coats of paint or stain over the components to protect the shed from the weather elements and to enhance the look of the shed. .
Barns usually have a similar cost per square foot as sheds, but because they are much larger - around 1,000 sq.ft. on average - they have higher costs, starting at about $50,000 for a very basic structure.
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.
And no doubt, a vinyl sided shed lasts a very long time! There is virtually nothing to keep up with. No paint, no rotting (if you have a pressure treated floor), and more sleep at night!
NOTE: Footprint of 12', 14', and 16' wide buildings are approximately 7 inches less than stated width.
Our wood storage sheds make a great place to store tools, lawnmowers, Christmas decorations, furniture, clothes, and even collectibles. Take a look at our options. We can custom build a shed for you. We strive to provide you with a storage shed that is well built and that keeps the rodents out. If you have more questions or would like more information, please contact us and one of our knowledgeable staff would be glad to help you find the building that fits your needs. We are located between Harrison and Bergman, on Highway 7 North. Our address is 5507 Highway 7 North, Harrison Arkansas. Want to talk to someone about shed options? Give us a call at 870-741-0513, or you can email us at email@example.com
Wood Sheds – The craftsmanship on our wood sheds is second to none. They feature lofts, gables, windows, and paint or stain in your choice of colors. You can even choose from a variety of different shingle options and build a wood shed that matches your home. While our wood sheds are great for storage, they’re also ideal for setting up your very own she-shed (or he-shed).
8″ Heavy Duty Hinges – 3/4″ Plywood Floor – Radiant Barrier Roof – Moisture Floor Barrier – 2’x6′ Floor Base 10-Year Warranty – Hurricane Clips – Exterior Design Options – Usage Packages Available
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Unique and charming saltbox roof shapeTwo windows are included, providing more light than the Standard MinibarnOne of the cheaper shed options
A firewood storage shed is a straight-forward project if you choose the right plans for your needs and budget. In addition, this woodworking project would take only a full day of work, if you use appropriate materials and master the basic carpentry skills. As compared to other complex projects, building a simple firewood storage shed required common tools, such as: a circular saw, a drill machinery, a framing square and a tape measure.
If you want a simple lean to shed for your backyard, you should consider this 10×10 plan. This shed is built on sturdy 2×4 wall framing and the exterior is made out of T1-11 siding sheets. The window placed on the side wall will get natural light inside the shed, so you can find your tools. Step by step plans for this shed, here on this blog! MORE >>
This shed makes a dead space functional by adding 1.6 cord of storage on the inside and gives a small amount of space on the outside due to its lean-to styling.
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.
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.
The biggest thing that affects price is the style of storage shed you choose. Later on in this article, I will go into more detail about different styles we sell, the pricing of each style, and the pros and cons of each style.