I have been looking for something like this to build and put on my back deck for a potting shed. I am always doing stuff in the yard and I always have to either go up front to the garage or way in the back to the shed for my yard tools. Since most of my flower beds and potted plants are on or around my deck this would be perfect to keep all my little yard tools in and handy.
Let’s take a look at how the following five factors can affect your project spending: Prefabricated Kits vs. Custom Design: Buying a prefab kit from the store and installing it yourself will cost you much less than hiring a pro to build a custom shed design. Labor: Professional installation isn’t free. Hire a pro to do the job for you or save some money and turn it into a DIY project. Building Material: Wood, brick, vinyl –– material prices will vary depending on the quality. Intended Use: Building a small garden shed for your tools will likely cost you much less than a large shed to be used as a workspace. Land Preparation: A backyard shed won’t stand tall on bumpy land. Before you build, you might need to reslope the terrain. Prefabricated kits vs. custom design Prefabricated kits .
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Made of solid wood construction with a slated lean-to roof, this outbuilding is large enough to serve as a pool house or workshop, too.
After the fad of vinyl siding wore off, back came the wooden storage sheds in a much more classy look that mimics vinyl siding in the exterior look…with just a bit more uppity look and technology. As mentioned, these LP SmartSide products are designed to stand the test of time.
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For your large storage purposes, you’ll find the Aspen series’ garage-style sheds fit your every need. Complete with the option of a handy loft, these oversized wooden sheds can accommodate heavy-duty tools, vehicles, boats, exercise equipment, or large-scale art or work projects. Your new shed comes with delivery, and convenient, professional installation.
Many factors influence shed costs, including the shed’s size, material, and construction. A tiny prefabricated shed for your tools will cost much less than a custom-built, spacious brick shed. A prefabricated kit is easy to install yourself, whereas you’d need to hire a skilled brick mason to achieve a custom brick shed.
Professional flower bed installation costs between $650 and $3,000 on average, depending on the flowers planted and the bed’s size.
Want to landscape around your new backyard shed with flower beds and walkways or increase its safety at night? Our pricing guide will shed light on those additional project costs. How Much Does It Cost to Build a Shed? Average Cost: $3,634Typical Range: $1,767 to $9,567 (or $20 to $175 per square foot)Low End: $363High End: $30,000
Modern Sheds incorporate the clean look of the contemporary design and make it a useful Modern Studio Shed, Modern Office Shed, or Modern Poolhouse.
This 192 square foot storage shed design has a lean-to roof and barn-style double doors for a traditional look.
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Wow! What an awesome project!! I love this design and the concept is amazing, exactly what I was looking for! A utility shed and chicken coop combo I could build myself and the hubby too. So, here’s the beginner’s guide on how to build A DIY Chicken Coop – Storage Shed Combo. Not only is it a nice chicken house, but it is combined with a great storage shed, and they both look so nice in the yard.
The most common cost per square foot for a professionally built shed is around $50 a square foot if the interior will not be finished. If you intend to finish the interior for an office or workshop and need to insulate it and add things like electricity, expect your costs to go as high as $200 a square foot.
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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 >>