SHEDS FOR SALE
Utility sheds are built at Cascadia Technical Academy as part of the Construction Technology Program by students. They are built with quality in mind.
Size: 8’ wide x 10’ deep x 9’-4” tall with 6’- 4 ½” headroom from subfloor to bottom of truss.
Floor: 2×6 floor joists with 3/4″ plywood subfloor on two 4×4 pressure-treated skids.
Walls: 2×4 studs with 1/2″ pre-primed T-1-11 siding.
Trusses: 2×4 trusses with vertical web and gussets.
Roof: 1/2″ OSB sheeting with 15# felt and composition shingles.
Trim: 1×6 and 1×4 cedar trim boards.
Door: Single wide 4′ door in 8′ end.
We will deliver, set up, and install a composition roof. Deliver dates are to be scheduled first come, first serve (once shed is paid for). Deliver during summer session only (see Cascadia Tech’s website for dates). Reasonable diving distance from school and safe area for students to work is necessary. It is the responsibility of the buyer to level the ground under the shed prior to delivery. There are various ways, however most use concrete blocks. The shed should be approximately 3 feet away from any other object, i.e., house, fence, shrub, etc. This is to ensure enough room for people to move the shed walls into position, nail corners and trim, and set up ladders, however, knowing your local codes and CCR as far as required distances is the home owner’s responsibility. It is also to provide room for future painting and maintenance. There needs to be a minimum net clean path of 4 ft for delivery. The pieces are moved into position vertically, so there cannot be low hanging trees, roof eves, etc. There needs to be a minimum height of 9 feet. This is to be able to maneuver the parts of the shed to set up area. Shed quantities are limited. For current price and more information, contact Bill Draper at (360) 604-1050 x-2148 or 360-910-0637. If calling after hours, type in the extension after the message machine answers the call, and you will be routed into Bill’s voice mail to leave your message or questions.
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