Outdoor Barns and Sheds come in all shapes and sizes plus every shed or barn can be customized to fit your property. If you like a simple and cheap shed or barn, then begin with our Economy Wooden Sheds or Vinyl Sided Storage Sheds. Looking for a bit more class? Try our Classic Wooden Amish Storage Sheds or the Classic Outdoor Vinyl Sheds. For an, even more, eye-catching look, consider our Premier Garden Sheds or the Two Story Sheds that come in a modular unit
It is possible to purchase a fully built shed and have it delivered to your home. It is also possible to buy a kit and assemble it yourself or hire a handyman to do so. Or, you can choose to build a shed either yourself or by hiring a carpenter. .
This backyard shed has a gable roof that looks great and provides the opportunity for adding vertical storage for maximum flexibility. With a gable roof and barn-style doors, you can easily build this shed and add 80 square foot of storage to hold all your outdoor equipment.
Choose from a wide range of steel buildings for sale and metal carports. Protect your possessions with the strength of 100% U.S. Steel.
Vinyl sheds are maintenance free and ideal for garden tools, lawn mowers and workshops.
At Countryside Barns, we strive to build the highest-quality storage shed for our customers at an affordable price. We handle the whole process – from ordering to manufacturing to delivery and installation.
If your shed has a pitched roof, consider installing gutters to direct the rain from the foundation. Gutter installation starts at around $3 - $5 a foot.
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.
If you have an older shed with masonite siding or older asbestos flooring or insulation, you will not be able to tear this down on your own. You need to call in an asbestos abatement team. The cost of this project largely depends on where the asbestos is located and how much there is. Expect costs to start at $500.
Built to accommodate any size, commercial buildings from Man Products are the solution to your building needs. Each one of these products is designed according to the highest standards of steel construction.
Whether you want to store tools, a snowblower or lawn furniture, this 168 square foot shed gives you all the extra room you need.
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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.
If your house or garage is overflowing with stuff, this 140 square foot shed is guaranteed to give you the room you need to organize your belongings.
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.
This shed comes with porch and attractive windows for protecting your gear from inclement weather.
The classic workshop “A-Frame” shed is one of the best values when you take into consideration its classic charm. You’ll find that this portable backyard building looks delightful in almost any backyard. Choose this building when you care about the “cute factor” in addition to economical storage.