Our storage sheds begin with the smallest 6’ x 6’ Mini Barns that have 44”side walls and a 36” single door with a price around $2,300 and run in size up to 14’ x 40’ with up to 7’-5” side walls. They are available with up to six types of siding and a wide range of colors for siding and roofing. The buildings are delivered fully assembled with free delivery within 20 miles. There is a mileage fee charged for over 20 miles. A variety of options are available on most models..
SmartPanel is an engineered wood product that helps resist moisture because each wood strand is individually treated with advanced binders and wax. Plus, each panel is treated throughout with a zinc borate-based process to help resist fungal decay and termite damage. On the backside, each panel has an overlay that gives the inside of your shed a premium appearance that you can be proud of. .
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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.
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.
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The 192 square foot of floor space makes it easy to organize all of your gear and still have space to hold a worktable for completing projects. The design features a peaked gable roof for plenty of headroom, while the exterior is finished with your choice of siding to paint or stain.
Do you need extra storage? Fox Run Storage Sheds offers a wide variety of shed styles, as well as horse barns, animal shelters, birdhouses, chicken coops, dog houses, dog kennels, goat sheds, rabbit hutches, run-ins, and shed rows. We are based out of Washington, NJ but we supply sheds to the lower 48 States including Northern and Central New Jersey, Hunterdon County, Warren County, Morris County, Mercer County, Somerset County, and North Eastern Pennsylvania.
Top Tip: Place the trusses every 24″ O.C. in order to support the weight of the roof properly. Learn more about building a gamble shed roof, by clicking the link.
This 192 square foot storage shed design has a lean-to roof and barn-style double doors for a traditional look.
This shed comes with porch and attractive windows for protecting your gear from inclement weather.
Afterwards, lift the trusses and install them into place, by driving 4” screws trough the bottom rafter in the top plates of the outdoor shed. Plumb every truss before installing it into place, otherwise you won’t be able to attach the roofing sheets.
This small rack can be built using pallets, so that you keep the costs under control. If you fancy this design, you should really check out the plans, that are well put down. MORE >>
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A terrific way to save money on your outdoor shed is by building it yourself. Professional carpenters can charge up to $30 an hour in addition to the costs of all the materials. As you can see in the link above, building a shed is not the easiest of DIY projects, but it is one the average DIYer can accomplish themselves in a weekend.