Wooden Sheds- All You Need to Know

December 20, 2022      Shed Blog

Another advantage is that wooden sheds can last up to 25 years. In addition to being an excellent insulator, wood is also simple to repair, unlike plastic and metal structures. These are only a few of the numerous advantages of owning a wooden shed.

Wooden Sheds By Timberline Barns

Here at Timberline Barns, we have a wide variety of high-quality wooden sheds. Browse our collections below:

Wooden Garden Sheds:

The Wooden Garden shed gives you the space you need with a bit of light streaming in through the window. With this storage shed, you get two vents and a double door for easy access. Since it is built from pressure-treated lumber and with the highest quality materials, it should last for many years to come. Request a quote and find out the exact price for your specific wooden garden shed built by Timberline Barns.

Wooden Low Wall Barns:

The Low Wall Barns are practical buildings to protect your valuables. They are the most economical solution for storage space. However, if you are not as concerned about interior height and you only have a small number of supplies to store, then you should consider buying the Low Barn Wooden Shed.

Wooden Utility Shed:

The Wooden Utility Buildings from Timberline can help resolve that problem and add value to your property. This Wooden Storage Shed provides a 6’3″ to 8′ interior height depending on the storage unit chosen. Clean up the yard and protect your garden and yard tools with this sturdy built wooden shed.

Wooden Lofted Barn:

With the wooden option, the standard features include pressure-treated wood siding for extra security and protection. The metal lofted shed barn comes with a variety of color options, over 20! And the lofted barn shed is a great option that won’t break the bank. You can finally have a clutter-free backyard with an abundance of extra storage space provided by these sheds and the standard feature loft they come with. Get a quote or start customizing today!

Lofted Barns with Windows:

These wooden lofted barns include a loft, heavy-duty doors, and offer the most headroom of any of our storage buildings. It also includes two windows for more natural lighting in the interior. When you need plenty of headroom and space, the Lofted Barn with two windows is your answer.

Wooden Lofted Barn Shed:

The Lofted Garden Shed gives you plenty of headroom and amazing overhead storage space in addition to a window for natural interior lighting. These Garden Sheds will complement your backyard or garden beautifully. Use it to store your garden equipment or as a private space to work on your hobbies. These Garden Sheds are available for sale in Georgia, Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Ohio.

What To Look For When Buying A Wooden Shed

There are many things to consider before purchasing a wooden shed to make sure you get the best one for you, these include:

Local Rules and Regulations

Before even considering buying a wooden shed, make sure that you can lawfully have one. Some places don’t allow you to have a shed depending on its size and/or placement. So be sure to check your local building codes and regulations. Also, if you are part of a homeowner’s association, check their regulations as well.


The appearance of your wooden shed can affect the appearance of your entire property. So, you want to make sure your wooden shed can complement your property, as well as look appealing on its own. A good way to do this is to go with the theme of your home, carrying over features like window and door design.


If you’re buying a wooden shed, make sure it fits the purpose you’d like to buy it for. For instance, if you’re planning on storing large equipment or vehicles, then a small shed is not a good choice. Or if you just plan on storing gardening equipment, do you really need a two-story shed? Make sure you get what best suits your needs.


Like when making any other purchase, when purchasing a wooden shed, you want to check the price and make sure you can afford it. Don’t find the shed of your dreams just to find out you can’t afford it.


Another thing to look at when buying a wooden shed is to make sure the shed is well-built and comes from a reputable vendor. Spending thousands of dollars on a shed just for it to break down and fall apart would be a terrible experience and a waste of money. Lucky for you, you won’t have to worry about that here at Sheds Unlimited, all our sheds are built to last with quality materials and craftsmanship!

Is it cheaper to build a wood shed or buy one?

Yes, so long as you have the proper tools to build a shed, building a shed will be less expensive than buying one pre-built, as you won’t have to worry about labor costs and only pay for the materials.


How long will a wood shed last?

The average lifespan of a wooden shed is between 20 and 25 years, but with proper maintenance, your shed may last even longer.


How do you damp proof a wooden shed floor?

To damp proof a wooden shed floor, you can do things like open doors, and windows, or install shed vents. Basically, do anything to keep the air circulating to prevent moisture from building up. Another option is to use a dehumidifier.


Do wood sheds rot?

Since they are made of wood, yes, wooden sheds are susceptible to rot and mold. However, with quality materials and maintenance, you can prevent both. Just try to keep your shed moisture-free and inspect your shed every now and then.


So, now you are well-informed about the world of wooden sheds. From the advantages of wooden sheds to deciding which one is right for you, we hope this article helps you in one way or another.

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