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NFaridi asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 11:56 AM
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You’re in a good better best scenario. Lots of YouTube videos on this. You might be fine leveling some cinder blocks. Best would be to dig down and put in sonotubes and concrete. Depends on your soil too.

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Just built this shed 2 months ago, from Costco for $1499.

Especially good deal as $1199, good amount of space and good enough quality. Goes together quickly. Better than the Rubbermaid or Suncast junk.
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Just built this shed 2 months ago, from Costco for $1499.

Especially good deal as $1199, good amount of space and good enough quality. Goes together quickly. Better than the Rubbermaid or Suncast junk.
How long did it take you to build?
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Just built this shed 2 months ago, from Costco for $1499.

Especially good deal as $1199, good amount of space and good enough quality. Goes together quickly. Better than the Rubbermaid or Suncast junk.
to me 1200 for a plastic small shed is kind of steep.
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to me 1200 for a plastic small shed is kind of steep.
It is but the cost of material has gone way up. If you try and build something like this with a similar style your looking at least $2,500 plus not to mention it wont be as easy as this to setup.
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It is but the cost of material has gone way up. If you try and build something like this with a similar style your looking at least $2,500 plus not to mention it wont be as easy as this to setup.
I just built a 10x16 wood shed for $2,653. 2x6 and 3/4 ply floors, 2x4 walls, T1-11 siding. I think you could easily build a 9x7 for much less than $2,500.
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Anyone by chance know the size of the door opening? Wonder if my zero turn can fit inside
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Looks nice but I was hoping to get something a little bigger. Any deals on a 10x8?
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Quote from ngsm13 :
Just built this shed 2 months ago, from Costco for $1499.

Especially good deal as $1199, good amount of space and good enough quality. Goes together quickly. Better than the Rubbermaid or Suncast junk.
Same here. I am satisfied with the quality all things considered.
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Does keter have an assembly option?
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I just built a 10x16 wood shed for $2,653. 2x6 and 3/4 ply floors, 2x4 walls, T1-11 siding. I think you could easily build a 9x7 for much less than $2,500.
I don't disagree but a full DIY wood option won't be anywhere as simple to setup or appealing to look at at this price point.
There's a 10'x12' wood option for $2,400 which would be easier than hauling the wood home and for those without all the tools.

https://www.costco.com/northport-...51398.html
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I don't disagree but a full DIY wood option won't be anywhere as simple to setup or appealing to look at at this price point.
There's a 10'x12' wood option for $2,400 which would be easier than hauling the wood home and for those without all the tools.

https://www.costco.com/northport-...51398.html [costco.com]
For sure. Down side is- "Arrives approximately 3 - 5 weeks from time of order"
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I just built a 10x16 wood shed for $2,653. 2x6 and 3/4 ply floors, 2x4 walls, T1-11 siding. I think you could easily build a 9x7 for much less than $2,500.
Yeah but your grandkids won't be able to watch it sit in a landfill for 300 years.
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Yeah but your grandkids won't be able to watch it sit in a landfill for 300 years.
Yeah. Instead, they'll get to see the rotted wood at the landfill, but have no idea what it was from.
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It is but the cost of material has gone way up. If you try and build something like this with a similar style your looking at least $2,500 plus not to mention it wont be as easy as this to setup.
Currently in final steps of building a 10x8 in similar style (actually copying one of Gorilla's overpriced designs). 2x6 base over gravel pad foundation, 2x6 rafters, double top plates all around, 5/8" ply roof with asphalt shingles, 16" stud spacing on walls and 24" on the rafters, 3/4" floor, SmartSide trim and siding, an insanely unnecessary number of reinforcement ties/brackets/straps/angles/blocking. For a storage shed that'll have no electricity nor plumbing, it's insanely overbuilt. My all-in is about to barely crest $2k here in SoCal, and that's with a TON of waste because of my own mistakes along the way. Something like the shed in this link should absolutely NOT cost you $2500 to build yourself.
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