We frame our buildings the same way your home or garage is framed! From our smallest 8’ x 8’ shed to a 40’ x 40’ garage all framing is overbuilt to withstand the Buffalo winters and last as long as your home.

A room with wood paneling and a window.

Pressure treated flooring (When choosing a wood floor

  • Solid cement blocks under the runners
  • 4’ x 4’ Runners
  • 2’ x 4’ Floor joists 12’’ on center
  • 3/4” Pressure treated plywood decking

Concrete flooring

  • Compacted crushed concrete base underneath
  • Concrete pads are 6’’ thick under the load bearing sections and 4” thick in the middle
  • 4500 psi. Concrete is used
  • Buckeye fiber is added to every mix
  • Wire reinforcement mesh is included
  • Walls include a pressure treated bottom plate that is affixed to the concrete with wall anchors Expansion joint

Wall framing

  • 2” x 4” studs spaced 16’’ on center
  • 2” x 4” single bottom wall plate (Pressure treated when building on a concrete pad)
  • 2” x 4” double top wall plate
  • 1/2” plywood sheathing on walls

Roof framing

  • 2” x 10” Ridge board
  • 2” x 6” Rafters spaced 16” on center
  • 7 Brace boards supporting the ridge and wall boards
  • Hurricane ties provided on all buildings that attach the rafter to the double top wall plate
  • 1/2” plywood sheathing with shingle roof
  • 1” x 3” furring strips with metal roof
  • Sheds are build to be maintenance free. All wood is covered with vinyl siding and aluminum over the trim.
A room with windows and doors in it