The assembly is simple, clean, safe and can be completed in four to five hours with two people. All parts are pre-cut, drilled and numbered for ease of assembly. All you need to provide is a level surface of either wood, or concrete, the size of the desired building. In addition you will need a power drill, hammer, measuring tape, pliers and a ladder.
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. .
There are many advantages to using wood as the main structural component of a shed. Wood is one of the strongest building materials (it’s probably what your home is made of). It’s a renewable resource that has been and will be used in construction for a long time.
Not only can plastic sheds stick around for longer, resin no longer fades as fast. Thick plastic panelling also provides your shed’s contents with insulation. This, in turn, helps to regulate your shed’s temperature and prevent damp.
Keter warns that, although the rough wood-like panels are paintable, the plastic trim is not. For the trim, use a pre-primed paint made for plastic, or prime the trim first. Then, use your acrylic paint everywhere.
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.
Paints that can be used on a variety of surfaces – from plastic to aluminum – are called “multi-surface” paints. Generally, these paints are self-priming, which means that you don’t need to go the extra step and buy primer.
Square footage is not always the most accurate indicator of cost per size. This is because a shed may be taller or shorter, be a lean-to on an existing structure, have a flat roof, which is less expensive to build, or have a decorative roof.
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.
A plastic shed also looks like plastic (surprise!). Can you imagine a plastic shed in your backyard? Compare that with a vinyl sided wood shed that’s built with the same materials as your house. A vinyl-sided wood shed certainly has greater aesthetic value.
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The Cascade is another exceptional low-cost plastic shed from Suncast. This shed is built with double side walls for added durability and strength, ideal for colder areas with plenty of snow.
By its very nature, plastic is quite lightweight, making it quite easy for your plastic shed to be blown over. More importantly, if your shed is one that has been snapped together, the wind may not only knock your shed over but also break it apart.
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Recreation Unlimited offers a variety of shed styles so you can choose the one that best meets your needs. For example, our Gambrel Barn provides the classic barn-style look that many people love. The Garden Shed is our most popular shed style thanks largely to its versatility of design. Looking for something a little more modern? You’ll love the minimalist-inspired aesthetic of our Wedge and Starlight Wedge sheds. One thing’s for sure - no matter which style you choose, you are guaranteed unmatched quality and attention to detail.
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