Our sheds come in kits with pre-cut pieces that are ready to assemble on-site yourself or by our professional installers. Each shed comes with a base shed building kit, a floor system, fasteners, and door hardware. Some models come with extras like shelves, a storage loft, a threshold, or a vent. Professionally installed sheds come with runners (used as a foundation) and shingles, while DIY shed kits do not. Paint and caulk are not included but are critical for the long-term of your shed.
Depending on seasonality and promotional periods, our DIY shed kits are delivered curbside 3-5 weeks after placing your order.
Our installed sheds are built on 4x4 pressure-treated runners (aka skids), so you can install a shed directly on the ground without needing a foundation. Unless required by local building codes, a concrete foundation is not required. Check your local municipality for details.
DIY shed kits will need runners (two to four 4x4 pieces of lumber, depending on your shed size) or a concrete slab foundation (not included). Exact measurements and material quantities are included in the instructions.
We recommend adding vents to your order or purchasing a shed with vents included. Proper ventilation is a great way to make spending time in your shed much more pleasant. The main reasons for ventilating a shed are to disperse excess heat in the summer and to prevent the moist, damp, stale air in the winter. The added air circulation also helps prevent fume buildup from chemicals you may store in your shed.
If your shed is built on 4x4 runners (aka skids), it can be loaded onto a flatbed truck and transported to another location. We recommend using a towing or barn moving service to do this.
The shed should be empty before moving. Additional supports or bracing may be needed inside the building before transporting. Check local zoning ordinances for transportation due to width and height restrictions.