Shed Features

Vinyl-Georgia Pacific
Dutch Lap has flat panels that overlap each other with a shiplap joint, with a decorative groove between the laps. This groove improves strength, creates a narrow reveal line that adds visual interest and creates deeper shadow lines. Double 4.5” Dutch Lap has a 4.5” panel exposure.

New Haven Series/New Haven Lap
5” LP (Louisiana-Pacific) Clap Board Siding
Clapboards are the old New England staple: plain lap siding beveled to be thinner at one edge viewed from the end grain. Clapboard is always installed over wall sheathing

Dutchlap Series
5 ½” LP Dutchlap siding
Dutch lap or German siding is a type of drop siding, which unlike clapboards is non-beveled and not lapped in installation. Instead it is edge-matched with a shiplap or, less often, tongue-and groove so that it installs flat on wall framing, even without sheathing.

½” Duratemp
Duratemp siding is a tough, hardwood siding with a weatherproof veneer that will not crack or split

LP Painted Siding-Sherwin Williams Paint
To prevent termite damage, rot and decay, Louisiana Pacific (LP) uses a special manufacturing process. The end result is a much more durable wood panel. LP® siding offers the beautiful and distinct look of real wood for unbelievable visual appeal without any sacrifice in quality.

Board & Batten
1X10 Eastern White Pine Boards with 1 ¾” battens.

James Hardie Plank
8 ¼” Hardie plank siding
Hardie board siding can be made to mimic just about any other siding material, including wood lap boards, made with premium cement, finely-ground sand, natural cellulose (wood) fibers, and water are combined and cured through a proprietary manufacturing process into a highly durable siding material.

Architectural Shingles with roofing paper
7-year warranty on body.
18×36 window(s) with screen
Acorn plate under door handle
2×4 double studded corners
Double 2×4 top plate.
2” fiberglass doors
Tech-shield on ceiling
4×4 pressure treated runners
*information subject to change without notice.

Shed Styles

*All Shed styles can be made with any of our siding choices.

A-Frame or Cottage Style




Mini Barn

High Wall Barn


Porch House/Pool House

2 Story

Popular Accessories & Upgrades

Plus, many more…

Roof Options:

Classic Series: 8/12 roof pitch with 8” all around overhang.
Lexington Series: 7/12 roof pitch with 8” gable overhangs.
Ridge Vent: the ridge vent allows damp, warm air to escape.
Metal Roof: Choose from a variety of colors.
Weather Vane: copper or black aluminum, from pig to an angel.
Cupola: Choose louvered or windowed, with shingles or metal roof

Shelving Options:

Work Bench:



Exterior Options:

Insulated Window: If you need a more regulated temp, this may be for you.
Electric: Includes 2 receptacles, 1 switch, & wire drop to ceiling.
Treated Ramp: Treated wood in 4,5,6, or 8’wide sizes.
Window trim: Choose from aluminum, barn sash, or deluxe trim

Transom window in wall: Choose 5’ or 6’ length

Transom window in door

2″ Fiberglass doors

Doors with lights

Porch nook

Flower box

Stone/Brick front

Site Preparation

Step 1: Decide where you will be placing the shed on the property.
*Decide if there is access onto & to the site for delivery. A good rule of thumb is, 2’ wider than the smallest side of the building. Don’t have enough access? We can do a build on site, ask us for details.

Step 2: Measure out the location to determine what size shed will fit.
*Place flags in the four corners or use temporary spray paint to outline the area.

Step 3: Determine what you will be placing in the shed.
*use the spray paint to mark out where you will be placing items on the floor.
*see below for a list of approximate equipment sizes.

Step 4: Pick out a shed style. Go back to our “HOME” page or “SHED STYLES” to see your

Step 5: Decide on your siding material. Go to “SHED FEATURES” to see the benefits of our 7 different exterior choices.

Step 6: Pick out your siding, roof, trim & shutter colors.
Decide where the windows & doors will be placed on the building.

Step 7: Pick out any extras you may need or want.
Flower box
Porch….and much more.

Step 8: Site Preparation. A level area is imperative for longevity of your building. If you are not up to leveling your site give us a call and we will recommend a top-notch company!!

Approximate equipment sizes:

Lawn tractor: 7’l x 4’w
Wheelbarrow: 2’l x 21/2’w (standing on nose)
Propane Grill: 4’l x 2’w
Snow Blower: 5’l x 2’w
Patio Chairs: 21/2’l x 2’w
Bicycle: 6’l x 2’w

Contact Us Today!

Joppa Location

12210 Pulaski Hwy
Joppa, MD 21085

Phone: 410-679-1563


Fallston Location

2800 Fallston Rd.
Fallston, MD 21047

Phone: 410-692-9300

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Summer Hours

Joppa Location
Mon – Fri 10:00 – 4:30
Sat 10:00-4:00
Sun 8:00-2:00

Fallston Location
Mon – Fri 10:00 – 4:30
Sat 10:00-4:00
Sun By Appointment

Need a Later Time??
Please call to schedule a time
with our office! Appointments are
available 7 days a week!

Now Offering permitting service,
inquire for details and fees

Coverage Area

Our sheds, pergolas, and outdoor playgrounds are available to customers throughout Baltimore County, Harford County, Baltimore City, and MORE!

Payments We Accept

We Accept Visa, MasterCard, Cash, and Checks
*BLI – Rent to Own, No Credit Checks
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and Rent to Own Promotions