Sheds

If you’re looking for a strong, secure building to store your tools and lawn care equipment, look no further than our steel storage sheds. SteelMaster’s prefabricated sheds are available in a variety of designs and thicknesses to meet your budget and wind/snow loads of your location. These storage sheds are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 10′ to 150′ wide depending on the model you choose.

No matter the size of your steel shed, you can always expect a SteelMaster to be at least 22 gauge commercial grade steel. Unlike wooden alternatives, metal sheds are resistant to rotting and will not attract unwanted critters. Let’s also not forget, like all SteelMaster buildings, our prefab sheds are backed by a 30-year steel mill and factory warranty.

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Each one of our storage shed kits is fully customizable. We offer steel endwalls in a variety of colors, as well as custom endwall and open-ended options. If you choose to purchase steel endwalls, we’ll even cut them for you before they arrive at your door. Also, all of our buildings can be assembled with only one size nut and bolt, meaning that you and a few friends can easily erect your shed in a week or less. With the ease of assembly and unsurpassed quality and durability that SteelMaster prefabricated sheds offer, you won’t find better value in a steel shed anywhere else.


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