Leonard offers vinyl sided style sheds in just about any size you want from a 6x8 to a 14x50. If you are unsure of the size you need, please take a moment to read a post about selecting the right size in our buying guide.
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. .
If any of these popular shed models in our shopping guide caught your attention, reach out and we’ll get you the exact storage shed price to bring it home. However, if you didn’t see any that fit what you’re looking for, talk to us about building a fully custom shed. Either way, the first step is a conversation with our team!
Smithbilt offers four (4) different styles of utility storage buildings for just about any application you have in mind. With all the optional features and the ability to redesign any one of our standard models, the choice is yours and the possibilities are endless with a BULL SHED utility storage building.
Another reason to use a plastic shed is the price tag. Many plastic sheds can be purchased for less than vinyl-sided wood sheds, especially if you eliminate the floor. So if you don’t expect to use your shed for many years or pass it down to your children, a plastic shed may be a good option.
Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
With Leonard's Quality, Rent To Own Option and keeping your items close by, our sheds beat other storage options every time.
CART 1 2+ H-1230 Rubbermaid® Slim Jim 17 30 x 25 x 72" 55 $249 $239 Sub: H-1230-S1 H-1229 Rubbermaid® Jumbo 52 52 x 30 x 82" 120 379 369 Sub: H-9558 SHIPS UNASSEMBLED VIA MOTOR FREIGHT HORIZONTAL STORAGE SHEDS MODEL
While we hope this gave you some insight into the best shed material for your new structure, if you’re still on the fence, we can help you out. If you want to compare real vinyl vs. wood shed quotes, our outdoor experts are more than happy to help with that.
Concrete sheds are most often built of concrete blocks and, in some cases, ICF blocks, if you intend to use the shed as a finished office or workroom. They can also be built of poured concrete. They can be customized in numerous ways and can have either plain concrete walls or be clad in various siding and roofing options. They are more expensive to construct and cost around $18,000 on average.
Check our inventory, we have buildings for a ready-to-go they are pre-built storage buildings. Get a very hassle free experience and faster delivery when you choose a prebuilt building.
Yet despite its large size, it is still small enough to sit on a patio, deck or one of the corners of your backyard. It also features a full-length skylight for plenty of natural light.
Boiled down, there are all kinds of plastic materials, including vinyl and synthetic resin. They are all synthetic plastic polymers. The Internet isn’t trying to trick you – they are all basically the same with only small molecular differences.
Here are basic costs for sheds or shed kits based on shed size. Labor cost is discussed below. $14 – $20 per square foot | 6’x6′ to 8’x16′ sheds $10 – $17 per square foot | 10’x10′ to 10’x24′ sheds $8 – $15 per square foot | 12’x12′ to 12’x30′ sheds $8 – $14 per square foot | 16’x16′ to 16’x32′ sheds $100 – $1,000+ | Wiring based on number of lines, lights and outlets. $3 – $6 per square foot | 6” gravel foundation (optional). $7.50 – $12 per square foot | 4” concrete slab (optional). $35 to $200 per window | Single-pane shed windows based on their size and type. Permits, Inspection, and Unit Installation Costs $0 – $250 | Building a small shed without electrical doesn’t require a permit. Size varies, but sheds above about 160 sq. ft. require permit. Adding electricity will require a separate permit regardless of shed size.
iii) An accurate description of the condition of your shed. Include a description of any damage or parts that are missing.
In short, we do not recommend building a shed for first-time DIYers. Even assembling a shed from a kit can have its challenges. Though the pieces are pre-cut, the directions can be difficult to follow, and a range of tools must be used.
The average cost to build a shed is $3,634, with most homeowners paying between $1,767 to $9,567.