Shed Details

The Ease Of Owning An Amish Shed

Building anything can be a daunting task, especially if you want it to last a lifetime. Our Amish Sheds have made building a breeze since they come 100% assembled* (* 12’ wide sheds need some assembly, see details). Our construction methods and designs are approved by Professional Engineers. There is NO need for a concrete pad as our sheds are self-supporting. Truck access and a level area is all you need to get your very own Amish Shed.  (Amish Shed Kits NOW Available) To get the maximum life from your Amish Shed we recommend a small separation from the shed and the ground that it is sitting on. For a small to medium sized Amish Shed, patio stones are all you need to set it in place. If you want to take it to the next level, the ideal base is 6” of 3/4” crushed gravel, compacted and level to the ground. Our Amish sheds are built off the ground on 4”x7” Hemlock wood skids which serve two purposes. The first is that it provides the solid foundation for the sheds to be built on and gives us the ability to move the Amish Sheds around. Secondly it raises the shed the 7” so that the wood doesn’t sit on the ground and prevents its from rotting.   If you are in need of a permit, no problem, we can get you the documentation that you need to get your Amish Shed approved. There is a minimal cost for this as the documentation is custom tailored for each client.  





Our sheds are custom-built with 100% Hemlock Wood board and batten exterior. Hemlock wood has been used on barns for centuries. All our sheds come standard with steel roofs, lockable doors and sliding windows with screens.

All sheds are delivered to your site as a fully assembled building. (Amish Shed Kits NOW Available!!!) They are built on 7″ tall skids made of Hemlock; designed to keep your shed off the ground to prevent it from rotting, allowing your shed to last a ‘lifetime’.

We have an Engineer’s Stamp stating that our sheds are 100% self-supporting, non-permanent structures that can be moved almost anywhere and do not need to be anchored down.  They can be placed on a few patio stones or a 6” deep, 3/4” crushed gravel base; a concrete pad is NOT required.