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  • New Yorker 8X

    From: $1,461.00 From: $1,024.00

    This popular rugged Vermont Post & Beam shed is in stock and ships right away.* Choose your eight-foot-wide post and beam shed from lengths to twenty-four feet long. Option A includes double doors on the bearing wall and Option B has the double doors on the gable end where the water does not drip off…

  • Easy-Change wood combination doors provide the flexibility of quick changing storm and screen door inserts. These wooden storm doors for sale include a screen insert and a glass insert to change with the seasons.  

  • Gable Series 10x

    From: $2,914.00 From: $1,667.00

    This elegant Vermont Post & Beam design is in stock and ships right away.* The Gable roof shed is a beefy shed with 10’6” overall height and hefty 2×6 full-dimensioned hemlock floor and roof framing. This heavy-duty building comes standard with corrugated evergreen roofing and solid ¾” CDX flooring. This wooden storage shed is strong…

  • Riverside

    From: $3,263.00 From: $1,869.00

    This modern clever Vermont Post & Beam design is in stock and ships right away.* The Riverside is elegant and strong with 10’6” overall height and endless versitility. Boasting hefty 2x6 full-dimensioned hemlock floor and roof framing, this heavy duty building comes standard with corrugated evergreen roofing and solid ¾” CDX flooring. It’s strong enough…

  • Each machine screw for wood is 3/4” in length and has a completely threaded shank. They have a broad, rounded head that is 5/16” across for number 2 square drivers, with a head height of approximately 1/8”.

  • Green Roof Screws

    $10.00 $8.39

    Screws are 1” long with a completely threaded shank and a 1/8” metal/rubber washer painted in color included. They are coarsely threaded for easy installation. Dual metal and rubber washer creates a self-sealing finish.

  • Sugar Shacks 10x Plans

    $50.00 $39.95

    A traditional New England design, the sugar shack is still used today to boil maple syrup.  In the springtime a large cloud of smoke and steam can be seen rising high above a sugar shack. Whether you intend to use the building as a working Sugar Shack, workshop, garden or potting shed, or quaint storage shed, the…