A combined cordwood and equipment storage shed, the weekender design holds 4 cords of firewood and an enclosed partitioned area has enough storage room for yard toys, furniture and a lawn tractor. A free materials list can be downloaded here for comparison of purchasing the materials locally.
The 6×8 Nantucket post and beam shed has been strategically designed not to compromise quality. Traditionally built the same as they have been for centuries with a native rough sawn hemlock post and beam frame and rough sawn pine siding. The roomy interior will provide endless shelter possibilities. A free materials list can be downloaded here for…
A combined woodshed and equipment storage building, the Weekender 10x design holds approximately 3.5 cords of firewood and a fully enclosed area with 80 square feet of storage for yard toys, furniture and a lawn tractor. A free materials list can be downloaded here for comparison of purchasing the materials locally.
A combined wood shed and equipment storage shed, this weekender design holds three and a half cords of firewood and includes an attached 48 square foot utility storage area. With the included double doors and ramp, this firewood/storage shed is the perfect place to store a winter's worth of cordwood along with garden tools and…
A cord of firewood measures 4x4x8 or 128 cubic feet. This post and beam Saltbox style firewood shed has 960 cubic feet of usable space. It is designed to hold seven and a half cords of stacked firewood. The salt box design will shed the majority of the snow off the back and out of…
A combined cordwood and equipment shed, the six foot deep Weekender design holds two cords of firewood and an enclosed partitioned area has enough storage room for yard toys, furniture and a lawn tractor. A free materials list can be downloaded here for comparison of purchasing the materials locally.
The Vermont Gem is a dual purpose Firewood storage shed that was designed to hold two stacked cords of split firewood on one side, and keep recyclables and garbage cans contained and out of the reach of animals on the other. The enclosed 36 square foot firewood and garbage can storage shed has large double…
A cord of firewood measures 4x4x8 or 128 cubic feet. This small four foot deep Saltbox woodshed is designed to hold one plus cord of cut, split and stacked firewood. A handy partition reserves two feet of the floor space for kindling and a few hand tools. A free materials list can be downloaded here…
Deep enough to step inside, this basic utility shed will house garbage, recyclables, general storage or a hobby. With some organization like adding shelving and hooks, additional storage including hanging bicylces, is a breeze. A free materials list can be downloaded for comparison of purchasing the materials locally: Click here to download the materials list for the 6x4. Click here to…
A cord of firewood measures 4x4x8 or 128 cubic feet. Designed to hold four cords of wood, our most popular size is the 6x14. This is a traditional post and beam wood shed with 84 square feet of floor space. The salt box roof will shed the majority of the snow off the back and…
Do you remember walking uphill to school in a snowstorm, both ways? Well kids these days may have it a bit easier, but waiting for the bus in the rain, wind and cold can be very unnerving for a parent. Put your worries to rest knowing that the children will be huddled in this bus…
A little building such as this can be incorporated with a composting toilet or be equipped with a working hole or used just for looks to store hand tools. Our optional outhouse toilet package consists of includes a bench seat, a toilet seat and a hopper. The walls are constructed of 4x4 post and beam…
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