Do you build custom sheds?
Yes, we do. Please visit our style gallery for shed ideas. We can build any type of custom shed that meets your needs.
What size sheds do you build?
We build custom sheds of all sizes. Please let us know what size and design you require.
Do you deliver and is there a charge?
Yes, we deliver anywhere withing Essex County and Chatham-Kent. There is no charge for delivery.
Is a building permit required?
Under the Ontario Building Code property owners are required to obtain a permit, for any detached structure larger than 108 sq ft.
How long does it take to build a shed?
It generally takes between 2-3 weeks between the order and delivery. However, during our busy season, it can take 3-5 weeks. We will give you an exact delivery date at the time your order is placed.
What type of materials do you use for the walls and is there a warranty?
We use high quality LP Building products due to the many advantages over other materials on the market. Our walls & trim come with a 50 year limited warranty.
What roofing materials do you use and what is the warranty?
For roofing, we use a durable radiant barrier that helps keep your shed cooler in the summer heat. We use architectural shingles that have a 25 year warranty.
What type of floors do you build?
Our standard sheds are notched 2×4 treated lumber every 12 inches, and standard 5/8 LP Prostruct Tongue/Groove Fungal/Termite Treated Floor plywood on top. Our floors carry a 10 year limited warranty. If you wish, we place your shed on a suitable concrete cement pad.
What do you use for a foundation?
This all depends on the size of the shed. For small to medium sized sheds, a gravel pad, paving blocks and lumber, solid concrete blocks and lumber, or deck blocks and lumber can be used. For larger sheds a deeper foundation using piers and lumber or a concrete slab is required to support the structure.
Can sheds be built on site?
Generally, we build most sheds at our location before moving them to your backyard. However, there are times when building at the shed site is a better option. Sometimes there are fenced backyards, or narrow gates that make it difficult transporting the shed to the site location. In cases like this, it may be more feasible to build on site.