Tool Sheds

Whether you are a residential or commercial property owner, an outdoor tool shed provides additional storage space that comes in handy for items such as lawn equipment, tools, appliances, bicycles, and seasonal items. With a tool shed to fit your particular needs, items are easily stored safely and conveniently. Tool sheds come in a variety of sizes to fit both large and small spaces, colors, material s , and an assortment of styles that blend with any landscape.

Benefits of Tool Sheds for Sale

A tool shed makes life more versatile, providing extra space for a variety of reasons, such as storage for personal items, a place to set up exercise equipment, somewhere to keep bikes and motorcycles, pool supplies, and barbecue equipment, creating a playhouse for children, or a work space for your favorite hobby.

Tool sheds can also be used as a base for an "at home" office space separate from the home. Sheds can be wired for electricity and set up with a water line. Quality materials and solid construction of these sheds allow owners to cool or heat the building using ceiling fans, window fans, space heaters, or window or portable heating and cooling units.

Where to Buy

When you choose to purchase a large or small tool shed, using the resources available at online sites with in-depth information will help guide you in selecting the tool shed kits or prefab units suitable for your individual needs.

A reputable site will provide all of the information you need about styles available, installation options, delivery options, guarantees, warranties, and pricing guides.

Shed Materials

The days of square, box-like, and boring tool sheds are in the past. You have the choice of stylish and well-constructed vinyl, wood, cedar, metal, and board and batten sheds designed with a theme and visual details.

Shed Features

Each shed has its own personality, using a variety of features from floor to ceiling. Choose from different types of roof design, from gable and hip to gambrel, metal, or shingle roofing material, and assorted shingle colors such as dual grey, forest green, earth-tone cedar, dual brown or black, and crisp white.

Select a traditional solid or decorative front door, single or double barn door style, or garage doors. Open up the interior space to sunlight with windows on each side of the shed, or choose solid walls without windows. Sheds are also available with a small, roof-covered front porch for sitting or protection from the elements when entering and exiting the shed.

Shed Styles

Whether you choose to visit a brick-and-mortar store selling tool sheds or place your order on the Internet, many styles are available, from a basic one-story design to a two-story barn style with additional features. Floor plans can accommodate any need, with sizes ranging from 6x6 to 14x40 providing the right amount of space for your individual needs.


For wooden structures, wall and trim colors cover the color spectrum, with colors including pristine white and soft cream, neutral almond and beige, dramatic black, and soothing hunter green. Add a splash of color with cool blue, warm chestnut, or sizzling red.

Vinyl exterior colors run the gamut from linen, almond, and sage to Alpine blue, pewter, and gray. Highlight the siding with trim in assorted colors, utilizing an array of browns and grays or basic white and black.

Complete the visual package with a door color that blends with the entire shed, such as metal green, red, cream, or blue, soft tones of tan or basic black.

Permits and Zoning

While it may not seem necessary, a city or county may require a permit before a shed can be built or installed, as some states only allow existing sheds to be replaced in the same locations. New structures may need to move to an alternate location due to property lines. Check with your local agency for requirements specific to your area.