The Elm's gable roof design blends handsomely with styles of todays homes. The 6'-4" high side walls provide maximum storage in a small area. With the large 5'-4" x 6' doors you can easily store your riding lawn mower or 4-wheeler. If you are in need of a well built wood storage shed at an economical price the Elm is the perfect solution.
The Elm is designed for the Do-it-Yourself homeowner. Depending on your needs additional windows and entryways can be installed during construction. These items are purchased separately from a local home center.
The Best Barn wood shed kit components fit easily into place with no special tools or skills required. All required hardware is included. Roof edge and shingles are provided by the owner as most customer’s want to purchase that locally to match their home.
Optional Floor: The floor includes 2×4’s 16? o.c. and 5/8? OSB. Nails are included. Floor requires cutting and assembly. Floor sheathing is not treated.
Optional Windows: Single hung aluminum 18x27 windows provide light and ventilation. The lockable frames are durable and easy to operate. Screens limit insects, birds, leaves, etc. Window includes raised panel vinyl shutters ready to paint.
This product has 30-day returns: Simply hang on to the original packaging and contact us within 30 days of receipt if you are not satisfied with this product. We are that confident you will love this product! If something is damaged or defective we will get it replaced at no cost. Our wooden storage shed items have an extremely low return rate. The reviews speak for themselves. Please contact us before purchasing if you are unsure whether this product is right for you by calling us toll free at 866-308-5484 or via email at [email protected] Please note that returns incur a 20% restocking fee, but if anything is damaged or defective we replace it free of charge. Your satisfaction is our goal.
Please check with your local city and county office buildings to ensure that you are able to put in a storage shed. Please check with your local HOA as well.
View Owners Manual to pull permit through your city, HOA, or county. Contact your city office building if you don't know where to start. They'll point you in the right direction.