$5,479.00$3,184.99DuraMax 10x31 Vinyl Storage Garage w/ Foundation Kit Out Of Stock Our DuraMax 10.5 x 31 pvc vinyl garage kit includes 1 side door, 1 foundation kit and extra wide double doors! Our Arrow 14x31 Vinyl Murryhill storage shed kit offers extra large storage at a low cost! Galvanized steel with vinyl coating.
Vinyl, Natural Wood, Painted Wood, Stained Wood, Board & Batten, 8″ Tongue and Groove, and Metal Siding. The choice is yours! .
If you find yourself looking around for portable storage building prices, you’re probably wondering how much a storage shed should cost. That’s an important question and one that you’ll find different answers for depending on who you ask.
Although most plastic sheds are now made of durable PVC vinyl, people may still be concerned about security.
Because of their functionality, plastic sheds are incredibly good value for what they offer.
The sidewalls stand a full 71 inches tall, perfect for the over 6-foot crowd and for giving you plenty of storage space. The shed is constructed using metal frames and vinyl panels for added strength and durability.
Designed with small dimensions to locate in restricted zones their unobtrusive posture sits below a garden’s 6 ft fence-line, overcomes frustrations regarding planning laws whilst opening up the expanse of a garden’s landscape, perfect for small backyards.
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Shed SizeAverage Cost (Labor Included)6’ x 4’ shed (24 sq.ft.)$1,2006’ x 9’ shed (54 sq.ft.)$2,7008’ x 8’ shed (64 sq.ft.)$3,2008’ x 10’ shed (80 sq.ft.)$4,0008’ x 12’ shed (96 sq.ft.)$4,80010’ x 8’ shed (80 sq.ft.)$4,00010’ x 10’ shed (100 sq.ft.)$5,00010’ x 12’ shed (120 sq.ft.)$6,00010’ x 16’ shed (160 sq.ft.)$8,00010’ x 20’ shed (200 sq.ft.)$10,00012’ x 16’ shed (192 sq.ft.)$9,60012’ x 24’ shed (288 sq.ft.)$14,40016’ x 12’ shed (192 sq.ft.)$9,60016’ x 16’ shed (256 sq.ft.)$12,80016’ x 20’ shed (320 sq.ft.)$16,000
Look for sheds that are reinforced with steel, and have steel locking mechanisms. Many of the sheds do.2. Strength
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10. Duramax 30114 Vinyl Shed with FoundationNo Foundation Needed for this Big Shed
When discussing the best shed material, you’re looking at what makes up the exterior of the shed itself, as this will have to contend with the elements. The vast majority of quality sheds are either built out of vinyl or pressure-treated wood siding. We’re comparing the important details of both options: Learn more about the prices of our Amish sheds.Risk of Rot — When it comes to stopping mold and rot, vinyl is the best shed material and there’s no question about it. After all, your home is probably built from vinyl siding, and that’s no coincidence. However, as a naturally occurring material — even treated wood — can be damaged by rot and mold.Style — Both types of sheds look attractive and are effective at complementing different backyard decors. In general, prospective customers admire the look of vinyl sheds more and consider them to have a more decidedly upscale look. Of course, when it comes to color and style, personal taste is everything. See some of our favorite shed color combinations right here.Our Verdict — Like we mentioned above, both shed types can be great, which is why we sell both! However, for most potential customers, we say that vinyl is the best shed material as it boasts the convenience factor and a longer lifespan — even if the upfront price is a little higher.
To increase efficiency, you can add a storage package option to really organize your items. You can also add one of our very rugged and durable ramps for the larger lawn equipment to be smoothly driven on to the floor space.
At 6 feet 8 inches tall there is plenty of headroom. The trusses give the high pitched roof is perfect for areas where it snows or rains a lot.
We can install a cinder block foundation for your new storage shed or barn, recommend someone to prepare a gravel base for you, or you can do it yourself—it’s up to you. We can also help you with the removal of your old shed depending on its size and condition.