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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. .
Very easy to order and all my questions were answered. Delivery was quick an easy and driver had mad skills when it came to placing the shed exactly where it needed to be against the house. Highly recommend going with shed city. June Deane 6 months ago
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Whether you use it to store garden tools, pool supplies, or turn it into a workshop space for hobbies, you'll have enough space in this enormous DIY shed.
SmartPanel comes with a 5/50 Year Limited Warranty. A 5 year 100% Labor and Replacement Feature as well as a 50 year pro-rated limited warranty on substrate. Go to Louisiana Pacific’s website for complete warranty details, lpcorp.com and additional information on their SmartPanel siding.
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Fit the 2×6 top beams to the front and back of the storage shed. Drill pilot holes through the side posts and insert 3 1/2″ lag screws into the beams. In addition, use L strong tie plates to secure the side posts to the top beam. Use a T strong tie plate to secure the middle posts to the top beam. Use 1 1/2″ structural screws to secure the strong tie plates into place.
On average, the labor costs of building a shed average around $70 an hour, or around half the total cost to build a custom shed - $3,000 for a 10’ x 12’ wooden shed. For a kit, expect to pay a fee of $100 to $500, depending on how complex it is to assemble. When contracting with a shed building company, they supply all the materials and labor and, in many instances, build all or most of the shed off-site, then deliver it to your property for finishing.
Great from beginning to end. Very easy to deal with. We are happy with our new shed.
The lean-to roof looks great in a variety of settings and is super-easy to build, while the shed's exterior can be finished in any color or style you like.
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.
Building a shed isn’t at the top of everyone’s DIY list. Whether your shed is a custom design or prefab kit, hiring a professional for the project can bring peace of mind. Most homeowners can expect to pay between $50 and $100 per hour in labor costs.
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 average cost to build a shed is $3,634, with most homeowners paying between $1,767 to $9,567.