Here is a 10x20 Shed with a 10x20 Awning. The building is 10' high at the peak. We installed the building on a deck already there.
Located just outside of Austin, Pflugerville has a cool little downtown area. Worth a look if you like stuff like that.
We set up a coop and run combo unit. The total footprint is 6x16 and is one of my favorite styles of coop. The coop area is 6x8 and the run area is 6x8.
Here is an 8x12 Cottage Coop with board and batten siding using the Western cedar. The porch is 3' deep and the run is 8x10.
The automatic door comes from www.adorestore.com. Rod is the owner and lives in Industry, Texas. That's just down the road from me.
This is a newer model which I have not named yet. If you have any suggestions, let me know, please. It is 7' wide and 6' deep. The run area is 7x12.
I don't build the Frontier model too often, but I do like the style! This is a 6x6 Frontier. The actual interior is 4x6 and 2x6 is the porch area. The run area is 6x6.
This is a nice little 8x10 garden shed with a covered 4' porch. The garden sheds are priced the same as the regular sheds. We just use a clear roof instead of the metal roof and usually add more windows for light, and of course interior shelving for plants.
Here I will post some of our recent deliveries.
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