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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Wooden Storage Buildings

We build the buildings at our shop and deliver them to you already built.
No, we only sell completed buildings.

Delivery is free within a 50-mile radius of our manufacturing facility in Senecaville, OH. Please call for a delivery cost if you are more than 50 miles.

If you’re not sure if we could deliver to your place you can request a free site inspection. If we cannot deliver the building already built, we can also erect it on-site. An additional charge for on-site construction will apply.
If your site is level enough, the ideal setup would consist of either a concrete or limestone pad so your building can set on a solid level base. If your site isn’t level enough to do this, if you provide concrete blocks we will place blocking underneath your building to level it upon delivery. If you have any questions about your specific situation, contact us and we’ll be glad to advise you.
All buildings are built with pressure treated skids and floor joists and 3/4″ exterior grade plywood. 3/4″ pressure treated plywood is offered as an additional option.
Yes, our standard floor is fine for most storage purposes and lawn and garden equipment. If you plan to put a vehicle or full-sized farm tractor in the building our optional treated floor is recommended for additional strength.

Door width changes according to the building width.

Building WidthDoor Width
8 ft.4 ft.
10 ft.5 ft.
12-14 ft.6 ft.
Yes, you can choose from the 12 different colors we offer. If you prefer, you may order your building unpainted and paint it yourself.
For best protection, repainting is recommended in approximately 5 to 7 years. Individual situations may vary.
We do offer some stain options. Be aware that stain is not as durable as paint and will require more frequent re-coating.
We usually have a limited amount of buildings on hand that you can choose from for immediate delivery, or you can order a customized building at any time.
Delivery time varies seasonally, but is usually 2 to 4 weeks.