Our sheds are delivered on a tilt trailer and if needed, are put in place by mule to ensure exact placement. Delivery is scheduled direct from the factory. Our goal is to work with your schedule and to give you a pleasant experience from start to finish.
Note: On site construction is available to accommodate building sites with limited access.
Measure the space for your building
Please ensure that our “mule” can bring the shed fully assembled into your backyard.
Suggested Site Preparations
Method #1 – Spread 3″ to 4″ of #57 limestone, 12″ wider than the building size on all four sides. Limestone can be put directly on top of the grass or you may want to remove 3″ to 4″ of sod then replace with your stone. We advise not to put down plastic as it may trap water underneath the building floor. However, you may use a landscaping material that will allow the water through and still prevent weed from growing. This is the best method of site preparation to use if the ground is fairly level.
Method #2 – A concrete pad can also be poured. If you plan to eliminate the wood floor and use the concrete as the floor, the pad size needs to be exactly the size of the building and 6″ above ground level (pad must not be oversized). The siding will then lip down over the edge of the concrete by one inch. Do not attach any kind of bolts or anchors. We will anchor the building directly to the concrete using concrete anchors drilled into the pad. If you decide to pour a concrete ramp, it is very important to drop down 1-1.5″ or 2″ from the top of the pad since the door will also lip down over the concrete by one inch. Call for exact door location.