Amish Made Sheds For Your Backyard

Looking for a quality-built structure that will meet your needs for years to come?  Consider our Amish-made sheds, built by folks who know what quality and style are all about.  Not only are sheds used for storage, but they can serve many other purposes, and sometimes serve more than one purpose at the same time!

Garden Shed

Although this style features a peak roof like the A-frame, the Garden Shed is built with a steeper roof pitch, larger 8" overhangs, and sturdy hurricane strap fasteners for each rafter.  As with all of our structures, quality is very important to us.  In additional to quality, we offer plenty of options and upgrades to suit your taste, style and budget.
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A-Frame

Our A-Frame Sheds are a basic peak-roof building with a low 5/12 pitch roof and small overhangs.  This shed makes a perfect workshop - add optional shelving, pegboard and a loft to keep your tools organized.  No more wasting time searching for the right tool in a disorganized shed!
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Colonial Garden

Similar to the Garden Shed, our Colonial Garden Sheds offer a bit of a different look with a steeper 10-pitch roof and decorative braces tucked under the 12-in. overhangs.
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Garden Quaker

Our Garden Quaker Sheds are a combination of the Garden Shed and Quaker styles. You get all of the features of the Garden Shed (steeper pitch roof, 8" side and rear overhangs, and hurricane clips) with the wall heights and 18" front overhang of the Quaker.  This style is reminiscent of the traditional and charming Carriage House design.
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Quaker

One of the distinct features of our Quaker sheds is the higher front wall, which gives the roof a bit of an offset.  This structure is also built with an 18" overhang in the front, with small overhangs on the sides and back.  Also check out the Garden Quaker, which has the same higher front wall, but with 8" overhangs on the sides and back, and a bit of a steeper roof.
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High Barn

This classic gambrel style roof line of the High Barn has three ridges – one on the peak, and one on either side to create a second, steeper pitch along the outer edges. This allows for ample vertical space inside the building for the addition of a loft, which will increase you available storage space.
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Victorian

The striking feature of our Victorian sheds is the reverse gable dormer.  The dormer can be positioned anywhere along the front wall.  Many of our customers place the dormer above the door(s), a set of windows, or a porch.  You can also match your home's roof style, right down to the type and color of shingles or metal roof.
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Studio

With a double row of windows, the Studio easily fills up with light, giving way to creativity as you compose, dance, write, weave, paint, or sit and contemplate how you will be spending the rest of your day.
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Hip Roof

With all four sides sloping downwards, the Hip Roof Sheds can have a center ridge line if the building is rectangular, or feature a perfect peak on square buildings. This modification is available on either the A-Frame, Garden or Victorian buildings and gives a clean, modern and symmetrical look to your structure.
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Custom Shed

If you can dream it, we can help you create it. So go ahead and dream! Our design consultants are excited to help you make your dream come true.
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New England Barn

The design of the New England Barn balances maximum storage space and efficient installation. The roof is folded down flat for delivery, and then installation is finished on-site.  The steep roof line also allows for a very spacious, heavy-duty loft that covers half the interior of the building, resulting in an almost complete second level.
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Greenhouses

Running out of room on your window sills for the seeds you start each spring?  Getting a jump on growing season by starting vegetables and flowers inside is a growing trend (pun intended)!  Reclaim your window sills and have space to work by investing in one of our quality greenhouses.
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