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The walls are framed with 2X4s, 16” on center. Vinyl sheds are sheathed with ½” exterior plywood and low maintenance, durable vinyl siding. Wood sheds (T-111, Pine, & Cedar) are nailed directly to the 2X4s.
Our sheds’ walls are 74". Walls can be increased at 1' incredments.
The roof of a shed is framed with 2X4s, 16” on center, with time-proven gussets installed. Roofs are sheathed with a 1/2" exterior grade plywood.
The foundation is built using two pressure treated 4X4 foundation beams for extended life.
6’ wide and 8’ wide sheds are framed with pressure treated 2X4s, which are nailed to the foundation beams.
10’ wide and 12’wide sheds are framed with pressure treated 2X6s, which are nailed to the foundation beams.
The flooring in our sheds is 5/8” CDX exterior grade plywood.
Vinyl sheds come standard with fiberglass four-panel doors with three heavy-duty hinges and a keyed door handle.
Wood sheds come standard with a wood door with three heavy-duty hinges and a keyed door handle.
Vinyl sheds come standard with white aluminum single-hung windows with screens, white vinyl flower boxes, and black vinyl shutters.
Wood sheds come standard with brown aluminum single-hung windows with screens, wood flower boxes, and wood shutters.
The number of doors and windows per shed varies based on the dimensions of the shed.
6’-long and 8’-long sheds come standard with one single door and one window OR one 4’ or 5’ wide double door.
10’-long sheds come standard with one 4’ or 5’ wide double door and one window.
12’-long sheds come standard with one 4’ or 5’ wide double door and two windows.
14’, 16’, 18’, 20’, and 24’-long sheds come standard with one 4’ or 5’ wide double door, one single door, and one window.
Local delivery and set-up are included in our price.
(we consider a 20 mile radius from our shop in Rehoboth as local)
in some instances, there may be an add'l charge for delivery above and beyond 20 miles.
It is determined by the detail in the shed, access into the yard and distance from our shop.
Plywood is solid, strong, and not prone to warping, thus making it an ideal choice to prolong the life of your shed.
Permits requirements are different for all towns and as such are the responsibility of the buyer. We will however provide information needed about the product upon request.
No. We only require a fairly level peice of ground to install and level your shed. Any extra details you may wish or need are the customers responsibility.
All of our furniture is built with Southern Yellow Pine.
The Timber Research and Development Association (TARDA) recognizes Southern Yellow Pine as the strongest of the softwood variety. Based on a series of tests TARDA performed on Southern Yellow Pine, it was concluded, "When pressure treated and kiln-dried, it [Southern Yellow Pine] has no rival for strength and durability," (Southern Forest Products Association, 2012).
Their tests also showed that Southern Yellow Pine has superior surface hardness and resists impact bending. Its excellent resistance to indentation makes it ideal for furniture!
Yes, the furniture is pressure treated. This allows the furniture to withstand outdoor use. It protects against water and insect damage, allowing you to enjoy your furniture for a lifetime- with proper maintenance.
The wood used to build our furniture is wolmanized, a low impact preservative listed in the GreenSpec index of environmentally-friendly products.
Zinc bolts are used to bolt 2X4 or 2X6 weight bearing frames together, while non-weight bearing boards are screwed onto main frames with stainless steel screws.
The best way to care for pressure treated furniture is by painting or staining it. The pressure treatment offers resistance against rot and decay, not a cure. Painting or staining will greatly extend the life of your wood furniture. You can also use a water sealant to protect and maintian the natural wood look of your outdoor furniture.
Untreated furniture will naturally weather over time.