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The average cost to build a shed is $3,634, with most homeowners paying between $1,767 to $9,567 (or $20 to $175 per square foot). Small-scale shed-building projects can cost as little as $363. Large-scale shed projects with custom designs and high-quality materials average around $30,000. .
2"x8" wood for framing a gable roof, 1/2" plywood sheathing, and studs for 120 sq.ft.
A large shed, great for keeping your tools and equipment clean and dry, and keeping pests and the weather out.
Do NOT purchase anything from Recreation Unlimited these crooks! I worked with Linzi Jones and Alicia Schilke (The GM) and they are incompetent liars. I purchased a play set and playhouse for over $12,000, I ordered the same thing that was on the floor and what came was totally the wrong set. I ordered the 6 foot version and they sent me the 4 foot version. I have tried to get them to fix the situation and they are unwilling to accept fault. You would think for $12k they could fix their mistake. DO NOT buy from these snakes!!
Last but not least is our Premier Dutch Barns which are the ultimate space maker in storage buildings for your New Jersey backyard. If you are looking for a backyard storage shed that will give you a lot of interior space and a fancy look all-in-one portable outdoor building, then consider the Premier Dutch Barns!
It was a pleasure working with them to design our shed. It was built and delivered quickly. The guys did a great job removing and replacing the fence and installing it. The shed is absolutely beautiful.
Purchased a playset like everyone else did during the lockdown to keep the kids sane. Although there was a backorder due to high demand, it ended up arriving earlier than expected which was a nice surprise. Installation was on time and went smoothly. The quality of the playset is fantastic and my kids are loving it. Great company and great products. Highly recommended.
The Outdoor MiniBarns are the real Economy Amish Barns if you just need to get something under the roof. While they don’t offer as much interior space to stack things against a wall or hang garden tools from the walls, these storage sheds offer a good value for keeping your lawn tools safe.
If you have a large enough shed, you could have it completely finished, wired for electricity, and plumbing run to it to create a tiny house. Because most of the costs are in the finishing, this would not be an inexpensive project unless you intend to do it yourself over time. Finishing costs will run around $125 a square foot, plus insulation, running the plumbing and electrical lines, and other interior finishing add even more costs, for a total of up to $250 a square foot. This assumes that you do not add square footage onto the shed because most sheds are only a single room and are not divided into kitchen, sleeping, and bathing areas. These houses are not legal to live in unless they are permitted and inspected, however.
Due to the nature of their construction and materials, plastic sheds are also highly weather-resistant.
Sheds are a great way to add valuable space to your home without major renovations (i.e. knocking out walls). These popular outbuildings serve a variety of useful purposes. From additional storage to home offices and artist studios, the possibilities for your new shed are truly endless. If you’re looking for a quality shed in Indianapolis, you’ve come to the right place. At Recreation Unlimited, we’re proud to offer custom, Amish-built sheds in Indiana to meet the needs of people just like you.
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Help your shed harmonize with the landscape by planting flower beds along its edges. The flower beds will cover up any cracks or blemishes on the foundation and give your shed a charming appeal. Remember to decorate with some of your favorites, like black-eyed Susans, ornamental grasses, or purple coneflowers.
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3,000 PSI concrete for a 400 sq.ft., 6" thick concrete slab, including fine grading, vapor barrier, forms, wire mesh, finishing, and curing