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Handy Home Products Coachman 12' x 20' Wood Storage Shed $2,599.00 + FS @Samsclub.com

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Looks good, note does not include a floor or shingles.
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Quarantine shed?
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If I was ready to put up my garage in the back yard, I'd contemplate this. After paint, shingles and drywall it'd still come out cheaper than an Amish prefab.
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Wonder how much extra it would take to turn it into a semi livable space...
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Wonder how much extra it would take to turn it into a semi livable space...
Insulation, a little electrical, cold water (maybe with an instant propane heater for a shower), and a composting toilet would make it pretty decent for a cottage. Wouldn't cost too much and would only require basic skills. Maybe pay an electrician if you didn't feel comfortable with that aspect..
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Insulation, a little electrical, cold water (maybe with an instant propane heater for a shower), and a composting toilet would make it pretty decent for a cottage. Wouldn't cost too much and would only require basic skills. Maybe pay an electrician if you didn't feel comfortable with that aspect..
+$3000 for concrete foundation, gutters/drainage, interior floor and windows/ventilation/HVAC unless you want to live in mold pit.
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Seems like a decent deal for prefab shed.

Last year, I built a 12x16 shed (192sqft), largest I could go without needing permit from city. Spent right around $2,000 which included all materials (all wood, siding, shingles, 3 windows, and I re-purposed french doors). I used "concrete deck blocks" instead of pouring a foundation to cut back on the cost.
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Seems like a decent deal for prefab shed.

Last year, I built a 12x16 shed (192sqft), largest I could go without needing permit from city. Spent right around $2,000 which included all materials (all wood, siding, shingles, 3 windows, and I re-purposed french doors). I used "concrete deck blocks" instead of pouring a foundation to cut back on the cost.
Are the plans you used online? Would love to do something similar.
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Looks good, note does not include a floor or shingles.
+1. Hate it when they show a complete product when they one they include isn't complete. Like showing a whole car when you only selling a wheel.
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Youtube people taught me to build shed/garage from scratch that will last for generations, for about the same price (included tools).
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Wood? LP® siding ("engineered wood", aka particle board). It is wood framed and should be reasonable durable if painted correctly. Not a really bad deal, but you could also consider just building from scratch with locally purchased treated lumber frame and plywood paneling. I'd use a metal roof, but that's just me liking to have stuff that lasts a loooong time. And you could put it on a concrete slab as well.

As the owner of a ministorage facility I strongly discourage the use of privately owned storage sheds in people's own back yards. And boat/RV parking in their driveways. 😁

Never mind the fact that I have a 26x30 storage shed and 5 trucks parked in my (7acre) yard because I don't want to pay storage fees--- 😁😁

This does look like a decent deal for many people.
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