SLC Shed Cost Factors: Style, Foundation, Permits, Labor

In part one of this two-part blog series, we looked at some of the initial factors you’ll typically be considering when it comes to the expected cost of any new storage shed on your property. Clients naturally want to know what they can expect to spend on a major purchase and property addition like a shed, and there are several elements likely at play here depending on your situation.

At A-Shed USA, we’re happy to offer several varieties of storage shed to Salt Lake City and nearby clients, including our Barn sheds, Ranch sheds and many others. Here are some of the additional factors that will contribute to the overall cost of your shed, plus how to consider each of them within your budget.

Shed Style

While we went over things like shed size, the purpose it’s being used for and the materials used for creating it in part one of our series, you’ll also need to consider the shed style. We have Barn sheds, Ranch sheds and more, each of which offers a unique look and feel. This will obviously have an effect on what you expect to pay for the completed product.

In fact, this is often one of the largest factors that contributes to the overall cost of your shed. Consider the budget you have available, and how much you’re willing to invest in a shed style that suits your property and needs.

Land Excavation and Foundation Building Needs

To be clear, not all sheds will require the same foundation – some won’t require any at all. The sheds on offer at A-Shed USA are typically installed on a concrete slab, which will require some level of excavation and foundation building to be completed before installation can occur. This can obviously add to the cost, so you’ll need to consider this as part of your budget plan.

Permits and Labor

Another factor that can affect the cost of your new shed is labor and permits. Depending on where you’re located, you may need to apply for certain permits in order to build a storage shed on your property – this will usually require both time and money. Additionally, some clients choose to hire an expert team like A-Shed USA to handle all aspects of the shed installation process, which will add to the total cost.

These are just a few of the factors that can contribute to the overall cost of a storage shed on your property – be sure to consider them all when determining what you’ll need to budget for your investment.

For more here, or to learn about any of our storage sheds, garages or other structures for SLC and nearby clients, speak to our team at A-Shed USA today.

Have questions about our sheds or garages? Contact A-Shed today for expert advice and excellent customer service.
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