A combined cordwood and equipment storage shed, the weekender design can hold one cord of firewood and an enclosed partitioned area has enough storage space for a large lawn mower and yard tools. [button href="https://s3.amazonaws.com/jamaicacottageshop.com/wp-content/uploads/pdfs/4x10-Weekender.pdf" colorstart="#000000" colorend="#FFFFFF" colortext="#FFFFFF" icon_size="12" class="" target="_blank" color="hint-of-monet-4" align="vertical" width="normal" icon="" ]View Specification Sheet (4x10)[/button] (View more specification sheets in the…
Another JCS original, this one is intended for quick and easy access to your favorite toys. We are very pleased to introduce this clever design. Each of the three bays is protected at the entrance with its own single sliding door. This means less jockeying around to get just one thing out. With 160 sq. ft. of usable storage space…
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 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…
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While standard garages have their place, there are times when an open-sided structure sometimes referred to as a lean to, pole barn, equipment storage shed is a better choice for convenience and flexibility.
By storing your lawn and gardening equipment, landscaping tractor or farm implements in a three-sided barn, you’ll protect them from the elements while still having easy access. Keep seasonal items such as pool equipment, bikes or skis there in season so you can grab them whenever you want. Turn a three-sided shed into a woodworking or auto restoration shop. The shed’s open front provides plenty of light and ventilation.
Used as a carport or boat shelter, a three-sided building gives you greater flexibility in terms of placement compared to a garage. If you manage a camp or just enjoy sleeping in the fresh air, with a Camping Shelter you can stay out of the rain yet still feel like you’re out on the trail. Have a bus stop nearby? Set up a shed as a bus shelter so you can wait in comfort. The kids will love the little structure at the bus stop.
Options That Meet Your Needs
Equipment storage buildings and kits are available in common sizes such as smaller 12′ x 24′, 16′ x 20′, and 16 x 30′ structures as well as roomier buildings including 20′ x 40′, 24′ x 48′, and even 30 x 60′. The Equipment Shed pole barn is large enough to accommodate tractors and machinery like skid steers, brush hogs and hay balers. All designs include large open bays.
The buildings are constructed with a sturdy post and beam frames and finished with attractive, easy-to-maintain board and batten siding. Made with native Vermont rough-sawn lumber, they have a rustic appeal reminiscent of rural New England. The durable corrugated tin roof is resistant to rot, snow, wind, and fire. Depending on your needs, the shelters can be completed with or without a floor.
If you need storage building space that’s simple, adaptable, durable, and attractive, a three-sided pole barn building can provide it.