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Where and when do you deliver?
We deliver within 20 minutes of the our Commercial Ave campus after the spring semester ends. Late May/early June.
How do you deliver?
We need to be able to back a truck and trailer to the spot where the shed will go. It’s not very maneuverable, so it needs to be a fairly straight and relatively level path to the spot. (No fences or landscaping in the way)
The shed on top of the trailer is about 12’ tall, so be sure there are no overhead obstructions such as low tree branches or power lines. If we cannot get it to the spot, we cannot provide you a shed. We cannot build or assemble the shed on site.
Does the shed need a foundation?
Actually, it comes with a built in “foundation”! The sheds are built with a floor that sits on top of 6”x6” pressure treated skids. You just need a flat spot to put it on. Some folks put in a gravel bed to sit it on to help keep weeds and rodents down.
Do you customize sheds?
Customization is limited due to our curriculum needs. Although we cannot change shed size or shape, we can add a window for additional cost or change the door. Note, we do not finish the interiors.
Do I have to get a building permit to install this?
Talk to your local construction permitting office about this. Some require a basic permit, and have restrictions on where they are placed, and how they attach to the ground.
I’m ready to move forward! What’s the process?
Excellent! We require a non-refundable $200 down payment by check or credit card. The balance is due upon delivery.
For more information about purchasing a shed, contact email@example.com.
I’m ready to buy! How do I get on the waiting list?
To be added to the list, you need land that is buildable and accessible from the road, and be able to pay for the house. Until it is secured to a foundation, it’s not real estate, but a giant “durable good.” Financing can be tricky, and not all banks are open to something as unique as this.
I’m mostly just curious. Can I stop by and just look?
Yes. We host an open house coordinated with the Madison Art Walk in May.