Commercial Shed Cost

Sheds come in all shapes and sizes and the cost will depend on the size you need for your commercial use. Commercial sheds can be made in several different ways such as steel, wood, or plastic. It is important to build your shed according to the city or town zoning code. Further, the weather you experience throughout the year should also play an important role in what kind of shed you decide to make.

You want the shed to be sturdy, secure, and leakproof. If you are looking for a shed that serves multiple purposes such as storage and a workshop, this will also play an important role in the development of the shed. In today’s world, it is easy to call up a builder and have a shed delivered. If you are looking to store industrial items, office supplies, equipment in the shed, you will need something a little larger than an 8’ x 10’ shed. Sheds can be customized to be very small to industrial size to protect large machinery.

There are several commercial sheds available such as the Stramit Corrugated shed. This shed is built using the latest technology and is a lightweight shed The shed can be customized to your needs and comes with a 30-year warranty and can be delivered within 21 days of being ordered. Another example of a commercial shed is the New Stramit Sharpline which is built using architectural wall cladding. This is a perfect shed that can be used for a workplace or business. It is simple to install with clip fix or direct fit measurements. It is a great shed that looks great and aesthetically pleasing. Commercial sheds can be designed for a variety of reasons and purposes such as storage facilities, farming, garages, carports, hangars, and much more.

The cost to build a shed will really depend on the size of the shed, the material you use, and where it is located. An average small storage shed can be anywhere from $1,500 to $4,000. However, storage sheds that are used for commercial use can run anywhere from $25,000 to $80,000 or more. The average cost for a medium-size building is $60,000. For example, a 15’ x 30’ commercial storage shed costs about $15,000 which includes labor and material. To build this shed took four contractors over a nine-day span. The shed also included plumbing and electricity, doors, windows, and nice siding. You should plan on spending anywhere from $17 to $24 per square foot for the cost of the material for the shed.

The cost of labor is not included in the material cost and should always be added to the overall cost to build. If you receive a pre-fab shed kit and hire a professional, it will cost anywhere from $100 to $500 depending on a small-sized shed. If the shed is very large, you will spend anywhere from $10 to $75 per square foot for installation. It’s always best to shop around and get some quotes first prior to making large decisions such as building a shed.