What you plan do with your portable shed will have the greatest effect on the total cost of your project. Obviously, the most common use of a storage shed is for…storage! If this is the extent of your demands, you should be able to meet your needs with a fairly inexpensive, basic shed.
So while these costs serve as a basic guide, your 12’ x 24’ shed costs could be $14,400 or $30,000, depending on how you build, finish, and construct the structure. .
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 >>
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The 192 square foot of floor space makes it easy to organize all of your gear and still have space to hold a worktable for completing projects. The design features a peaked gable roof for plenty of headroom, while the exterior is finished with your choice of siding to paint or stain.
The Lean-To Style Wood Storage Shed is available in 29 different sizes. There are also 6 shingle colors to choose from as well as a 3′ wide or 4′ wide door. We can build you something smaller, larger, shorter, or taller. Simply call for a quote.
Want to go for an ultra-hip vibe? A Studio 1 Modern Shed is good for way more than simple storage. Use it as an art studio shed, photography workshop, office space…or whatever your mind can dream of! These sheds feature LP SmartSiding with a 50-year manufacturer warranty to keep all your projects cozy and dry.
If you start researching the tools and supplies needed to complete your project and decide to skip that extra stress, you still have the option of going with a fully constructed 10×20 shed. In that case, the shed will be pre-assembled by an experienced team at a construction facility and transported directly to your location. You will need to make sure that you have an access route on your property that is at least 2’ wider than the width of your shed; for a 10×20 storage shed your access should be at least 12’ wide. If your access point is not wide enough to allow entry of the fully constructed shed, contact Sheds Unlimited to review our options for on-site assembly.
Looking around the web Homestyles’ outdoor storage solutions receive good ratings. Homestyle is consistently rated at higher than four stars. You’ll need to carefully measure the space you have to ensure the product will fit since they don’t have a lot of different size options. If you have space for one of their four products, and it meets your storage needs, definitely go for it.
Easy-to-read blueprints are perfect for beginners who want to build their own durable 64 square foot wooden shed to add value to their homes.
Wood sheds are the most common custom-built type. They come in nearly endless styles and variations and can be clad on the exterior with any siding to make them more weather-resistant. They can have concrete or wooden floors and any roofing material. Wooden sheds can be higher in maintenance if you use wooden flooring and siding because they need to be protected from the elements and painted or stained regularly. The average cost of a custom-built wooden shed is around $6,000.
You can also consider hanging long ungainly tools, such as rakes or shovels, from the wall. Hanging things on the wall will make them easy to see, and will keep them from getting cluttered on a shelf or leaning against the wall where they could fall over, or where someone could trip over them.
Pro Tip: Keep in mind that not every shed comes with a foundation. If you want your kit built on a foundation, such as a concrete slab, a pro can help with installation.
This shed has a peaked gable roof that provides enough headroom to hang items on the walls or create an overhead loft for seasonal items.