High Quality Sheds for Sale in PA
If you pay attention to the details you’ll find that no two sheds are built the same. Builders use different materials and methods that affect the lifespan and overall performance of the shed.
If you find a storage building with a significantly lower price, you should pay attention to the specifications and features included in the building. As the saying goes, “you get what you pay for.'' Do you want a high quality shed that adds value to your property or a cheap building that needs to be repaired in a few years?
Here we present the features of our high quality sheds for sale.
Pressure Treated Lumber
Exterior lumber is all pressure treated with a limited lifetime warranty against termites and fungal decay.
2x6 Floor Joists
2x6 pressure treated floor joists- optional (standard on 14' wide buildings)
Heavy Duty Flooring
5/8” pressure treated plywood flooring- standard
3/4” pressure treated plywood flooring- optional (standard on garages)
Notched 4x6 Skids
4x6 skids are pressure treated and notched for the floor joists which greatly increases strength and prevents twisting.
Steel Plate Connectors
Skids are full length up to 24'. Longer skids are spliced with a steel plate on both sides.
24” OC studs- 66% thicker siding easily spans 24” OC stud spacing with double studs under seams to provide extra support (equal amount of wood as 16” OC spacing).
Thicker Plywood Siding
Premium grade real plywood siding. 5/8” thick siding is 66% thicker than most competing siding products.
Exterior siding and trim is water sealed for your convenience.
Nails are ring shank for superior holding power and galvanized to prevent rust.
Double Strength Framing
Framing is double strength at the siding seams and at the leading edge of lofts.
2x4 Door Construction
Heavy duty door construction with 2x4 frame and metal connectors.
Locking Door Latch
Includes a locking door latch for extra security.
Steel O.H. Door Guard
Overhead doors in garages come with a steel tread plate that protects the floor and keeps water out.
True Building Sizes
All building sizes are measured from outside corners, not eave to eave as some competitors.