All of our Tough-Structures sheds are custom built for each client and it typically takes 1-2 months before we can deliver your building to site.
As luck may have it we currently have as beautiful BRAND NEW 8′ x 12′ Contemporary Shed available for immediate delivery this week! We can even paint it any colour you like!
AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY THIS WEEK
Tough-Structures: Contemporary Shed
Having TWO doors gives easy access to your gear and they are STEEL so it makes it that much hard for thieves.
Our Tough Structures make an excellent:
High Security Bike Storage
Size: 8′ x 12′
Siding: Painted 5/8″ Ranch Board
Doors: 36″ Steel Out Swing
Door 2: 48″ Locking Roll-Top Door
Windows: Acrylic Clerestory
Paint: YOUR CHOICE (if paint colours received by 9am Tuesday morning)
Roofing: Standing Seam Galvalume Metal (best roofing you can buy)
Options: Ground Skirt
PRICE: $7997 (taxes and delivery are extra.)
This building will be sold on a first paid gets it basis. 75% payment required on deal signature, balance on delivery.
If you want this building in your backyard before Christmas please get in touch with me right away.
Westcoast Outbuildings Inc.
Seattle Seahawks Modern-Shed Fan Cave Seattle Seahawks Modern-Shed Fan Cave
Modern-Shed SEATTLE — When Joe and Lisa Sakay moved into their new home in the Leschi neighborhood of Seattle this past June, they both felt as though the home was missing something.
“For some reason, the house didn’t have a basement or an office, a space where I could go and work and watch football,” said Joe Sakay, an attorney who puts in many hours over the weekend. “I needed my own office space to get my work done.”
In addition to work, however, Sakay has been a “huge” Seahawks fan his whole life.
Although the concept of modern prefab houses and design has been around since the ’60s, the architectural movement didn’t take off until early 2000. As technological advances like SIP panels (structural insulating that is precut and can be locked together) were made and interest in residential architectural design blossomed, architects turned their attention to prefab houses. The goal was to create a home that could be transported to a building site, be easily erected and look like modern architecture — all within a reasonable budget.
Prefabricated houses have a long history in the US. An early version of a prefabricated house was sent from England in the 1600s, but real prefabrication did not take off until the arrival of “house kits.” House kits contained all of the house’s parts, so the owners built the homes themselves or hired people to construct them.
The Aladdin Company started selling the earliest Prefabricated houses from its catalog in 1906. One of the best-known early kit-home sellers was Sears, Roebuck and Co., which sold more than 100,000 homes from 1908 to 1940 .