Price List

Preparation for Your Building


Our buildings are designed to rest directly on their skids.

The only requirement for our buildings is a general level location for us to place it on (we will level the building up to 18″). In order to level the building we use treated wood blocks.

If you are considering having your building on a different base, consult with your area representative first – every property is different and they can advise you on your best options. See below for some examples.

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If choosing to prepare a base – be sure to take into consideration the required space needed for the building delivery. The access area must be clear of all trees, tree limbs, etc.

A vertical space of 14′, measured from the ground to the top of the building when it is on the trailer, is required. Be sure to take any tree branches and utility wires into account. While our drivers are very skilled with a Mule, a minimum of 1′ of space to maneuver the building through an opening is required. That is, a building 12′ wide will require a 14-foot wide space (1 foot on each side).

Choose a spot that is within 6” of levelness and does not collect large amounts of water. Make sure there is 3’ of clearance from other objects such as trees and other buildings. For 10×16 sheds or larger, give yourself 4’ of clearance so there is adequate space to move.

If these conditions are not possible – you may want to consider a “Build on Site” option instead.

Types of Foundations



Gravel foundations are one of the most straight forward, economical, and durable types of shed foundations out there. In addition, they’re also one of the simplest to install on your own.


Pavers fit together tightly, allowing you to create a sturdy base for your building. Plus, they are durable and relatively inexpensive letting you get top quality results without breaking the bank.

Concrete Pavers Foundation
Plastic Grid Foundation


A plastic grid foundation is comprised of plastic pieces that snap together quick and easy and don’t require screws or nails to hold it together. Despite this, they’re very heavy duty and can hold plenty of weight.


Concrete is typically necessary for larger buildings where heavy equipment will be stored. When your building is to be located in an area that is below the grade of the rest of your yard, a concrete pad should be considered for extra height and drainage.

Cement Pad Foundation