Lean-tos and Sheds
Our buildings can be complemented with additional space options. Lean-tos and sheds attach to the main structure providing inexpensive covered storage. Many building designs utilize these add on features to create more economical space for present and future use.
A lean-to is an open roof cover attached to the main structure. Lean-to's are typically between 8’ and 16’ wide. The lean-to option is very popular for inexpensive covered storage. It can be used to store cars, boats, RV’s, farm equipment, firewood, dog kennels, etc. Some covers have a designated area for hot tubs, BBQ's and patio furniture, which allows...
A shed is basically an enclosed lean-to. It will attach to the main structure the same way only the three open sides are enclosed with the siding of your choice. This area is separate from the main building utilizing a lower eave height making the use of this space more economical. The shed section can be used as living quarters, hobby rooms, workshops, and/or addition lawn and...