Sheds Horse Ports Carports
A-Frame Carport With Sides and Gables
Regular Carport With Sides and Gables
Regular Enclosed Carport
Vertical Carports A-Frame & Regular style carports are great for covering just about anything you have from utility vehicles and farm equipment to boats, trucks and cars.
Triple Wide 26′ to 30′ Wide
Triple Wide 32′ to 40′ Wide
Extra wide carports give you plenty room and coverage for RVs, boats, tractors, haystacks or anything of a large size.
Storage Sheds Our fully-enclosed storage sheds are a great space saving choice that look great once installed and provides spacious storage that is kept safe from rain, snow and other harsh weather elements.
Garden shed with Gambrel
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Sheds vary considerably in the complexity of their construction and their size, from small open-sided tin-roofed structures to large wood-framed sheds with shingled roofs, windows, and electrical outlets. Sheds used on farms or in industry can be large structures.
Small domestic sheds
The simplest and least-expensive sheds are available in kit form. Both shed kits and “do-it-yourself” plans are available for wooden and plastic sheds. Sheds are used to store home and garden tools and equipment such as push lawn mowers, lawn tractors, and gardening supplies. In addition, sheds can be used to store items that are not suitable for indoor storage, such as petrol (gasoline), pesticides, orherbicides.
For homes with small gardens or modest storage needs, there are several types of very small sheds. The sheds not only use less ground area but also have a low profile less likely to obstruct the view or clash with the landscaping.
These small sheds include corner sheds, which fit into a corner (3 ft tall × 3 wide × 2 deep, or 0.9×0.9×0.6 m), vertical sheds (5×3×4 ft deep, or 1.5×0.9×1.2 m), horizontal sheds (3×5×4 ft or 0.91×1.5×1.2 m), and toolsheds. When a shed is used for tool storage, shelvesand hooks are often used to maximize the storage space. Gambrel-style roofed sheds (sometimes called baby barns), which resemble a Dutch-style barn, have a high sloping roofline which increases storage space in the “loft” area. Some Gambrel-styles have no loft and offer the advantage of reduced overall height. Another style of small shed is the saltbox-style shed.
Larger domestic sheds
Larger, more-expensive sheds are typically constructed of wood and include features typically found in house construction, such as windows, a shingled roof, and electrical outlets. Larger sheds provide more space for engaging in hobbies such as gardening, small engine repair, ortinkering. Some sheds have small porches or include furniture, which allows them to be used for relaxation purposes. In some cases, teleworkers and homeworkers in general who live in mild climates use small to medium-sized wooden garden sheds as outdoor offices. There is a growing industry in providing “off the peg” garden offices to cater for this demand, particularly in the UK but also in the US.
Shed owners can customize wooden sheds to match the features (e.g., siding, trim, etc.) of the main house. A number of decorative options can be added to sheds, such as dormers, shutters, flowerboxes, finials, and weathervanes. As well, practical options can be added such as benches, ramps, ventilation systems (e.g., in cases where a swimming pool heater is installed in a shed), and electric lighting. Sheds designed for gardening, called “potting sheds”, often feature windows or skylights for illumination, ventilation grilles, and a potter’s bench for mixing soil and re-potting plants.