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Protect equipment and storage items more effectively with this ready-to-assemble 10 x 16 wood storage shed from Handy Home Products. This shed building kit comes with everything you need to complete the project, including pre-cut wood, pre-assembled doors, hardware, trim, and step-by-step instructions. It also includes a rust-resistant keyed locking lever for added security. Don't be intimidated by the size of this shed. You'll be surprised how quickly and easily it goes up, and you'll love the included 15 year warranty.
* Please check local building codes and CC&Rs for any restrictions related to installing an outdoor structure or to see if a building permit is required.
* Items furnished by homeowner: Paint, Stain, Drip Edge, and Shingles.
Manufacturer: Handy Home Products
Part Number: 18514-4
Elite Deals Item Number: HHP-BERKLEY1016
Do you have any sheds like this in 10 X 12? White?
By Ray from SC on May 24, 2014
By Collin on May 27, 2014
Answer:A similar barn style in a 10 x 12 size is the Meadowbrook 10 x 12 Wood Shed Kit. The primed T111 panels can be painted to a color of your choosing.
What are the dimensions for the wood base needed for this storage building?
By Ryan from Tewksbury, MA on July 7, 2013
By Dawn on July 9, 2013
Answer:The dimensions should be an exact 10’ x 16’.
I have an uneven sloping surface. Would a base of stone graded to level be sufficient? I want to store lawn tractors and an 800 pound log splitter. Do I need the floor kit?
By Cliff from Easton, PA on June 8, 2013
By Collin on June 10, 2013
Answer:A foundation of packed limestone or other type of gravel would indeed be sufficient for leveling the shed. Addition of the floor kit is prudent if a sealed, perfectly smooth surface is needed or if the intended build location is prone to drainage issues. Adding the floor kit is only necessary in most cases if you are planning on using the shed as a workshop or have very heavy items that have small casters, which would require a smooth surface to roll on.
I need to have a shed that is 10ft deep x 16ft wide. That being said, can I order this with the doors on the 16ft side? And if not, can I cut in a door on the 16ft side?
By Darrell from Las Vegas on January 24, 2014
By Kevin on January 24, 2014
Answer:This shed is actually oriented in your preferred manner. It's depth is 10' and the width is 16'. The door is indeed located on the 16' side. This shed does not offer the relocation of the door.