What about a He-Shed? That place where the man of the house can go to do “manly things”. It is a perfect place for his hobbies, hunting trophies, and collections. He and the boys can swap stories of manly adventures and “when I was a boy” memories. It can also be a workshop, where he can make all the noise he wants to when running his machinery to make all of those cool man things.
Not to be outdone, the ladies can also benefit from a She-Shed of their own. They are great for crafts, cooking, reading, or even napping should you have the opportunity. Some ladies have been turning them into tea houses, exercise rooms, art rooms, galleries, and even home churches. Your imagination is the only limitation to your ideas.
A basic utility building includes a variety of different styles that have one common thing. They all have a traditional, gentle roof slope or pitch. The utility model blends well with most other building styles and when painted a matching or contrasting color they add value to a property. This style doesn’t allow for a loft, due to the lack of overhead space.
Our Lofted models are very popular because of the addition of a storage loft, allowing you to store seldom-used items and smaller items up and out of the way. Its gambrel roof has a traditional barn look that gains ceiling height
Mini Barns are the little brother, except that they have short sidewalls and no loft. You get that authentic barn look in a compact package that is great for lawnmowers and garden tools.
The Quaker model sometimes referred to as a Garden style has a unique look that reminds some of the saltboxes. Their roof is a little shorter on one side and the eave extends out acting as a rain shelter over the door. It’s very attractive in nearly any location, especially when you’ve upgraded the entry doors and windows.
Dormer Style buildings have a bit of a contemporary look with their raised roof area and large glass area that illuminates the interior with lots of natural light. This style of the building makes a great “anything” and the interior can be finished any way you prefer.
Victorian Cottage Style adds a little bit of that Victorian-era styling to the usually ordinary building. With a steeper roof angle and multiple peeks, these buildings have a very distinctive and elegant look, worthy of anyone’s backyard.
Our Cabins aren’t just for hunting anymore. Besides that weekend fishing getaway, these versatile buildings are being put to use as in-laws quarters, guest houses, rental units, and even full-time tiny house living! They are built strong and they’re movable, so they can even be relocated in the future should they be sold or need to be moved.
Our Garages are your instant garage in a day solution. They’re very useful for automobile storage but they can also be used as a work area, a service garage or storage for your larger wheeled toys ad that includes motorcycles, snow machines, ATV’s and pick-up trucks.