All Leonard sheds offer an industry leading 5-year warranty on our sheds and other materials have additional warranties up to 50 years.
Next, assemble the side walls of the shed, using the same woodworking techniques described above. Cut the wooden components only after measuring them several times, in order to avoid costly mistakes. As you should notice in the free plans, the top plate should overhang about 3 1/2” at both ends. .
Attaching the exterior siding should be a straight forward job, as you need to use 4×8′ grooved plywood (5/8” thick) and several nails. Clamp the sheets to the wall studs and secure them with 1 1/4” nails.
Building the roof of the shed is pretty much a straight-forward job, if you assemble the trusses on the ground. In order to get the job quickly and to drain the water properly, we recommend you to make the pitch of the roof about 30º. Cut the ends of the angled rafters at 30º, while the ends of the bottom rafters should be cut at 60º.
When many people think of sheds, the first thing that comes to mind is “storage”. And it’s not hard to see why! Garages can quickly become dumping grounds for lawn equipment, bikes, holiday decorations, trash bins, etc. Adding a storage shed to your yard allows you to reclaim your garage while getting organized. It’s a win-win! And living in Indiana, sheds are the perfect place to store cold weather necessities like snow blowers, shovels, and winter boots
Storage sheds have come a long way from being only used to store a lawn mower and tools. Sheds have evolved into an extension of the home that can become an outdoor oasis with endless possibilities. Now the hard part…
We are busy and sometimes, don’t have time to water the flowers or mow the backyard. Well, a storage shed is the perfect solution, as it can hide any neglected areas of your backyard.
Sheds are a great way to add valuable space to your home without major renovations (i.e. knocking out walls). These popular outbuildings serve a variety of useful purposes. From additional storage to home offices and artist studios, the possibilities for your new shed are truly endless. If you’re looking for a quality shed in Indianapolis, you’ve come to the right place. At Recreation Unlimited, we’re proud to offer custom, Amish-built sheds in Indiana to meet the needs of people just like you.
You’ll pay a separate price to have your Heartland Shed professionally installed — and that cost can easily run into the hundreds of dollars or more, depending on the model.
Not sure which shed model is right for you? Need help deciding on sizing or features? Our experienced staff can help! Contact us today to answer all your questions and make the best decision for your storage, garage, or animal shelter needs.
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Even with the discount, my Tuff Shed was a significant 4-figure investment. But it’s one I’m very glad I made. I fully expect my new wood shed to last me for decades. Who knows? Maybe even my grandkids will step foot in it someday!
We purchased a pergola at Recreation Unlimited in June of 2019. There were repeated delays, and we finally got the pergola constructed in September. This year, on returning from our winter home, we found several issues with the pergola - the wood was not properly treated, the holes not pre-drilled properly, there are large cracks and splits in the entire structure. I keep hearing that the problem is with the company from which R.U. obtained the wood. I don't care, really, I gave my money to R.U. and they have yet to make this good. The problem was reported in March, and it is now mid-August. Attorney is our next step. Very frustrating!