756 Sheds

If you have a yard, a garden, or simply a lot of extra stuff, a shed will prove to be a functional addition for your storage needs. While it's above all an extra storage building, it can serve multiple functions by doubling as a workspace or an outdoor laundry room. Depending on how you plan to use it, there are several styles and sizes for you to consider. More 
Cedar Storage Hutch - Storage Shed
An attractive and practical Storage solution for many uses including sandy beach toys, pool supplies, BBQ tools, sporting gear, even recycling bins. Our 100% Cedar Hutch will keep your outdoor tools and supplies organized and readily accessable place. : Dimensions: 34w x 23d x 73h --- twin shelves: 12w x 14d --- door opening: 28w x 65h (unassembled kit)
“Possible idea to include in back yard” — larrylabbe
Extra Large Storage Shed
$938.35 $1,407.53 · Buy on Houzz
Solve your storage problems. This extra large storage shed keeps items safe, dry and clean. Roomy enough to store lawn equipment and furnishings, strong enough for power tools and sporting gear, yet handsome enough to compliment any yard decor. Features extra wide front opening for easy access, pad lockable doors and adjustable shelving to organize recreational and workshop ess...More
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Copper Creek Shed
Featuring flowerboxes and painted a pretty light blue by this Deshler, Ohio customer, our Copper Creek looks right at home in this very natural setting. The flowers just brighten up the whole look.
Matrix Vertical Bike Hook
$14.44 $22.25 · Buy on Houzz
Rubber coated protection. Equipped with an anti skid rubber bumper for secure placement. Patent pending safety lock to keep the accessory locked. Installed in three different ways: screwed to a stud, fixed to a flat wall surface or attached to an easy installation hang rail. Limited warranty. Made from hardened steel and automotive grade plastics. Titanium finish. Capacity: 50 ...More
Modern-Shed Art Studio | 120 sf
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“Estudio Julián” — Elisa Bonilla
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Suncast Multi-Purpose Storage Shed Multicolor - GS17500
Shop for Sheds and Storage from Hayneedle.com! Ideal for yard gear and recycling bins the Suncast Multi-Purpose Storage Shed can store patio umbrellas large cushions and much more with a 269-gallon capacity. This multi-purpose storage shed is made from durable resin with double-walled construction. The shed has a split-lid design with double doors for easy access and a lockable...More
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What size shed should I buy?

Before making any purchases, assess exactly what you will be storing in your unit, as well as where you plan to put it. Are you going to be storing spacious lawn equipment or smaller gardening tools? Will you be working inside your storage building, or will it be used solely for storage? The purpose of your storage building will of course determine how large the building should be. In the end, the overall size is important, but so is the size of the entrance — be sure to measure your largest piece of equipment to ensure it fits through the frame.

What materials should I use for my storage building?

In general, sheds are made from either metal, vinyl, plastic, wood or particle board/plywood siding. Read below to learn more about each.
• Metal: Most commonly built with either aluminum or steel, metal units are protected with a tough enamel finish and are easy to maintain. However, they're susceptible to rust: if you're drawn to metal, consider using rust-free aluminum.
• Vinyl: Vinyl units are solidly constructed with double-wall vinyl panels for dent and weather resistance. They're easy to maintain and come with steel doors for additional security.
• Plastic: Plastic sheds are the most affordable option, but they also aren't as durable and might not stand the test of time. These are ideal for storing smaller gardening supplies and can even act as an outdoor playhouse for children.
• Wood: The most common material used, wood storage buildings are built from solid-dimensional lumber framing and come in many designs and siding options. However, be aware that certain wood over time can be prone to rotting.
• Particle board/plywood: Composed of pieces of wood that have been pressed and glued together, this type of siding should be avoided in rainy regions since water can seep into the cracks and enhance deterioration.

What type of accessories are available for garden sheds?

Depending on what you plan to store in your building, you may find that investing in a few accessories may be worth your while. Make more room in your unit by including a loft, or add sunlight and fresh air with windows or skylights. Shelves will help to organize your outdoor items, while a workbench will aide in activities you plan to pursue inside the unit.

What should I consider in regard to the design of the shed?

Don't forget, your unit will be on the same property as your home, so try to choose a design that will be complementary. If your home is done in vinyl siding, consider finishing your building in the same material. Or, reflect similar features that are seen in your home, like an arched window. You can even accessorize it as if it were a home with window boxes or shutters for a decorative touch.

Should I build a shed or have one professionally installed?

This depends on your preference, the time you wish to spend and just how handy you are. For a quick installation, choose a unit from your local home improvement store and have the pros set it up for you. Or, if you'd prefer to save some money and build one yourself, purchase a kit with assembly instructions. There are also many online tutorials that show you how to build a shed; they can be very helpful if you're up to the task.

Will my property's building codes allow a shed?

Certain zoning ordinances, deed restrictions and building codes may restrict outer buildings being built on the property. It's possible you'll need a building permit, or that there are specifications as to where you can place the unit.
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