Lancaster County Barns now offers Stone Veneer on select Sheds.
County Barns is not responsible for site prep.
RECOMMENDED SITE PREPARATIONS
Pressure Treated Shipping Rails Your structure may be placed directly on the ground due to the
pressure treated 4x4s. It is important to leave an air space under
the floor so as NOT to trap moisture.
Your structure may be set on a 4" to 5" deep pad of 2B stones (3/8" to 1/12").
In order to inhibit weeds and deter moisture, we recommend that the
stone perimeter extend 12" beyond your structure perimeter. Do
not store mulch or topsoil against the side of your structure. A stone
pad can be installed by framing with landscape timbers or 4x4s and
then filling flush with stone, or by digging out 4" of soil and
installing ground level stone.
If your structure is 10x12 or under you can set it on concrete blocks,
blocking should not extend more than 6" out of the ground. In
order to avoid a large step into the shed, we recommend you use 2"
or 4" concrete blocks or dig the blocking into the ground near
Your structure may be set on a concrete pad. When installing your
concrete pad, keep your pad as close to ground level as possible.
Given proper care your structure will exceed its lifespan. Moisture
is the enemy. Airflow is the solution. Do not set anything against
the exterior of your structure for extended periods of time. Do not
plant flowers, shrubs, or trees directly next to your structure.
Shipping rail spacing for Board & Batten Sheds
The barn was delivered last week and is sitting next to the shed we purchased at Home Depot. The price difference was about $200. The quality and workmanship - priceless. Thank you so much for the pride you take in the construction of your barns - it shows and is appreciated - I'll contact you when Home Depot's blows down to purchase another.
Also a quick note on your delivery personal - who was very genuine and helpful man and is a refelction on your company.