Is the building suitable for my area?
We want to be sure your purchase fits your needs, but please be aware that it is your responsibility to determine whether or not you will need a building permit, and to determine what the requirements are to meet local building codes or other rules that apply in your locality. You can contact your local building code authorities for such information. Laws, ordinances, regulations, restrictions, covenants, and other codes or rules that apply to sheds, storage buildings or other outdoor structures in which you may be interested in vary from state to state and from locality to locality. These codes or rules are also subject to change. Please confirm that the merchandise will meet the local building codes and regulations PRIOR TO PURCHASE.
What do I build the shed or cabin on?
In all cases, a concrete raft foundation is ideal. However, any solid foundation which spreads the construction load over a wide area is suitable.
Is the assembly difficult?
It is not difficult, but some building knowledge and experience will help. To make the assembly easier for you, we provide an easy-to-follow and simple installation manual.
Are the instructions easy to follow?
We always recommend to read the instructions before you start. Every installation manual encloses a list of parts, step-by-step instructions and illustrations that are detailed and easy to follow.
What tools will I need to assemble my shed?
You will need work gloves, safety glasses, a level, a tape measure, a hammer, a rubber mallet, a screwdriver, pliers, and a stepladder. A cordless drill will save assembly time.
How long does the assembly take?
It shouldn’t take more than two to four days, but the assembly times vary depending on a model and on the kind of foundation used. Most of our sheds/cabins can be assembled by one person, but we recommend two people for easier assembly.
Do you assemble or will someone help me erect my storage building or sheds?
All our kits are do-it-yourself kits and arrive at your home ready to be assembled by you. Each kit comes with an easy-to-follow installation manual for assembly. Installation manuals can also be viewed and downloaded online. Metric manuals are also available, in case you are more familiar with that measurement system.
Can I tear down my shed and build it again?
Yes, you can tear down your shed and build it again.
Can I paint or stain my new shed?
Yes, we recommend to paint or treat your building right after it is assembled. Paint or stain will help to protect your new building against various weather conditions.
Will I need to spend a lot of time taking care of my shed?
For safe and long term use of your new shed, we recommend to maintain and inspect it regularly. You should pay attention to the paint, roof construction, covering material, doors, windows and foundation fastenings. It is very important to make sure that the space underneath the cabin is well ventilated.
How will you deliver it?
All our products are shipped from our New Jersey warehouse personally to assure complete curbside delivery without any damage. However, any special requests about delivery should be noted at the time of your order.
Please note that all deliveries are curbside deliveries. For any other special delivery instructions, please inform us before placing your order.
Can I pick up my cabin kit from your warehouse?
Yes, you can always pick up your order from our warehouse.
Do you ship LTL (Less Than Truckload)?
Yes, we can also arrange the LTL shipping for you via FedEx freight, ABF, or Yellow.
Do you ship outside of the Northeast?
Yes, we ship to all 50 states in the U.S. as well as Canada. When you are ready to place an order we will re-package and secure the whole kit and ship it to you via LTL (Less Than Truckload) trucking company.
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What is Thermally Modified Wood?
In phase one, the temperature inside the kiln is gradually increased to 125 degrees Celsius (257 F) during the first 30-hour-cycle of the process.Then the temperature is increased to between 190 and 212 degrees Celsius (374 to 414 F) during the next 30-hour-cycle. During the last 30 hours, the temperature is gradually decreased while water steam is released into the kiln. This will increase the moisture content of the material from 0-1% up to 4-6%.In the Thermal Modification process the hemicellulose (sugar chains) are completely broken down, and the wood no longer contains sufficient nutrients to support fungi that cause decay. The process also permanently reduces the equilibrium moisture content down to about half of untreated wood.This means that TMW does not react to humidity changes as drastically as untreated wood, making it also more dimensionally stable than untreated wood.