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Oakridge 8' x 12' Wood Storage Shed (Costco) - $1199

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I've been eyeing this and it just dropped in price. You cannot get the materials for this for a less price, much less designing and cutting.

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Yes, a great deal. I was eyeing it, too, but decided I needed something bigger with a loft.
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1200 plus tax, plus paint and shingles ... Maybe $1500 plus your labor. About $15 a square foot. Probably have to add several 2x4s to get some strength out of it as they usually space them pretty far apart
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Yes, a great deal. I was eyeing it, too, but decided I needed something bigger with a loft.
What did you end up buying?
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What did you end up buying?
Getting this for $3100 assembled from a guy on Facebook. 16' x 10' with 8' walls. Single service door further down the wall. Everything but paint/stain. He is adding a ridge vent and two 32" x 24" awning windows on the taller sides (extra $240 from Home Depot.) I'm adding a loft myself.
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Was really on the fence on this one but decided to skip it. After speaking with local contractors, they've told me that the kits sometimes come with warped wood, slightly off dimensions, large gaps in between 2x4's for walls and they don't include roofing materials. They recommended me the local lumberyard instead for quality wood. Also, by using siding panels instead of plywood+OSB sheathing, I'd save quite a bit since the 2x4's are for structural and the plywood adds extra stability but isn't required if you don't live in a high wind area.
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Nice shed, happy with mine. Only wish I went bigger & made it custom now. But good price
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Only wish I went bigger
Same thing your wife said!
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how is the quality vs buying wood from Home depot?
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It has a loft
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how is the quality vs buying wood from Home depot?
That depends on how you plan on building the one yourself. These kits, as mentioned, save money by using less overall lumber, and by using like 2x3 instead of 2x4, and 1/2 plywood instead of 3/4. So, it will be cheaper to get the kit, but it will not be "built" as well. Really not a bad price for an 8x12 wood shed though... plastic ones are in this range.
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Was really on the fence on this one but decided to skip it. After speaking with local contractors, they've told me that the kits sometimes come with warped wood, slightly off dimensions, large gaps in between 2x4's for walls and they don't include roofing materials. They recommended me the local lumberyard instead for quality wood. Also, by using siding panels instead of plywood+OSB sheathing, I'd save quite a bit since the 2x4's are for structural and the plywood adds extra stability but isn't required if you don't live in a high wind area.
Some of these things may be true. However they are in the business of building stuff. They would make more money building a custom shed. I'm sure an account will tell you why turbotax sucks.
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That depends on how you plan on building the one yourself. These kits, as mentioned, save money by using less overall lumber, and by using like 2x3 instead of 2x4, and 1/2 plywood instead of 3/4. So, it will be cheaper to get the kit, but it will not be "built" as well. Really not a bad price for an 8x12 wood shed though... plastic ones are in this range.
The siding is LP Smartside, comparable to Hardie. Floor is 5/8 OSB, I plan to use a concrete slab and use the OSB for a bigger loft. Walls are 2x4, 24" on center.

Yes, you can build this stronger - 16" on center, better rafters, etc. But the materials for this shed would run about $1200. Also with a 15 year warranty.
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Ordered this today - Will report back on how it goes.
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