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Pricing includes: 5’ wide doors, a slider window with a screen, gable vents, pressure treated floor joists, your choice of color combinations, 30 year architectural shingles, all my structures come with a 10 year warranty of materials and workmanship.
Budget: standard features vs. economy standard features.
Budget Standard features: your choice of color combinations for the wood siding, trim, and 30 yr architectural shingles, 1/2" thick smart panel wood siding, 5/8"cdx flooring, pressure treated floor joists and skids, a 18"x27" slider window with screen, and gable vents.
Economy standard features: your choice of color combinations for the wood siding, trim, and 30 yr architectural shingles, 1/2" duratemp t-1-11 wood siding, 5/8" Cdx plywood flooring, pressure treated floor joists and skids, jalousie window with a hand crank, gable vents, also the econoies comes with a roof overhang over the doors. Whereas the budget does not.
Choice of color siding, trim, and shingles.
Barn style: roof and wall studs 2x3" 24" o.c, floor joists 2x4" 16" o.c . A-frame style: roof and wall studs 2x4" 24" o.c. Floor joists 16" o.c.
8' wide structures have a 50" wide door.
10' wide has a 5' wide door.
5' or 6' wide door In place of standard 50.
Ridge vent 8. Per foot
Cupola. (Medium) 20"x20" 22" to peak 175.
(Large) 24"x24" 30" to peak 245.
Weathervanes, rooster,eagle,horse, Horse and buggy. 45.
Treated ramp. 200.
Extra window. 80. With shutters
Metal roof (a-frame or Quaker) fl sq ft. 2.45
(Dutch)Fl sq ft. 3.50
The 4x4" runners which the shed sits on are treated.. So some set it right on the ground. However, if it is just top soil or soft, the shed will sink in over time. Also the closer to the ground the shed is, the more splash back the bottom 12" of wood siding receives. Which over a couple years, will start to rot.
A lot of my customers have me place the structure on cinder blocks, rail road ties, or just a second set of treated 4x4's running perpendicular to the shed runners.
Also, a stone pad or shale would work as well. But don't use a clean stone as clean stone tends not to pack tightly.
Sooner use a modified stone or millings, as it packs tightly together and results in minamal settling of the structure. Also is a more pourous surface as to not repel the water that falls from the roof. It will rather catch the roof water, resulting in minamal splash back.. Or you could just install rain gutters and spouting.. Whichever you prefer.
I'm 2-3 weeks out on lead time.. Half deposit gets wheels turning, balance due upon delivery..
I warranty all Structures for a period of 10 years of materials and workmanship.
The area where you are planning to place the structure, is it a wet area? In which you would build a pad on top of ground level framed out the same size as the shed, or 2' wider and longer. If the area in which you are planning to place the structure is not a "wet" area and somewhat level, you could cut 4" of topsoil out, and replace with a 2a modified stone, 👍.Cost for me to do the stone pad typically costs 8' a square foot depending on location.
Whichever you prefer..
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Thanks for keeping me in mind,
Samuel Kutz. 570-617-4881