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Shed Styles

Shed Styles are described below to make it easier for you to identify the storage shed you want.

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A Frame Shed. Known for its 'A' point roof, the A-Frame shed is a classic in storage spaces.

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Dutch Colonial Shed. A subtype of the Colonial Revival architectural style popular in the early 20th century, Dutch Colonial style is distinguished and classy.

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Garden Shed. The Garden shed's steep 'A' point roof and 8" overhang make it one of our most popular shed styles.

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High Barn. This shed's barn shaped roof gives plenty of loft space for extra storage. The extra headroom makes this style ideal for storing vehicles.

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Hip Roof. All four sides of the Hip Roof slope towards the walls. This solid architectural style suggests comfort and stability.

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Mini Barn. The spacious Mini Barn storage shed makes an ideal workshop.

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Quaker Shed. Simple and practical, the Quaker Style shed features a functional front overhang that creates room for concession style windows.

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Victorian Shed. This elegant shed is modeled after the Victorian architecture of the 19th century. It brings an ornamental touch to your property.

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Single Garage. The Single Garage protects one car from the elements.

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Double Garage. The Double Garage provides two-car storage space.

 

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