Model # belmont_1224df

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Best Barns Belmont 12 ft. x 24 ft. Wood Storage Shed Kit with Floor including 4 x 4 Runners

Best Barns

Belmont 12 ft. x 24 ft. Wood Storage Shed Kit with Floor including 4 x 4 Runners

  • High sidewalls and a large loft provides plenty of storage
  • Add optional windows for light and ventilation
  • Ready to paint any color. Purchase shingles to match your home
Was  $5,825.00
$5,533.75 /each

Save $291.25 (5%)  through 10/27/2016

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Price Valid : 10/13/2016 - 10/27/2016
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Product Overview

The Belmont by Best Barns provides plenty of room for your storage needs. With it's second floor loft and 4 ft. - 3 in. of headroom there's enough space for a sleeping area if you are looking for a cabin or a significant amount of more storage area. The first floor, with its high side walls, has plenty of room to add shelving for even more versital storage. Check with your local permit authority before placing order. Building is shipped directly to you via curbside delivery. Shown with optional windows. Floor included. Shingles purchased by homeowner.

  • Before ordering check with your local building, zoning or neighborhood association to obtain all applicable permits
  • Sturdy-built truss system provides for 40 lb. snow load and 130 MPH wind load
  • Select grade pre-cut white pine trim
  • Premium LP smart side paneling grooved 8 in. O.C. treated to resist fungal decay and insect infestation carries a 50-year limited warranty, siding is primed ready to paint
  • Pre-assembled, 6 ft. - 6 in. high x 5 ft. - 5 in. wide pocket doors with cross buck door design
  • 8 ft. - 1 in. high wall height; 13 ft. - 7 in. peak height
  • Premium grade 2 x 4 imported from Sweden, wall studs are placed 24 in. O.C.
  • All required nails, hardware, glue are provided along with detailed easy to follow step-by-step instructions
  • Assembly required, some cutting required during assembly
  • Shingles and paint not included, purchasing shingles and paint locally allows the homeowner to match existing buildings
  • 15-year limited warranty
  • Free curbside delivery included, the driver is not responsible for placing delivery beyond end of driveway
  • Deluxe floor with 3/4 in. plywood floor sheathing and treated 2 x 4 floor joist 16 in. O.C. and 4 x 4 runners included
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Overall I have no complaints about the materials, although one piece of plywood for the floor came very warped and we had to put extra 2X4 blocks to support it. We ordered a 12X24 with a loft, the photo shows how it looks at time of delivery. The instructions were not so explicit, so don't try this assembly if you don't have at least a handyman or someone with construction experience on hand to fill in the blanks! October 18, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by A not-quite-what-I-expected shed purchase. Perhaps my expectations exceeded my skill (and the skill of my friends), but this was a DIFFICULT project requiring some equipment I didn't have and didn't know I needed. Instructions were minimal at best and oftimes fairly vague. Some, but not exceeding 10%, of the 2x4s were so warped as to make it difficult to use. The order came from two locations (locally and Pennsylvania) and maybe the dry Wyoming climate caused the warpage of the east coast wood; I still had to purchase a few pieces to replace those which were unsalvageable. There was plenty of very good glue included, but the assembly was supposed to also be done with the many pounds of provided nails. I purchased $50 worth of screws to assemble the flooring and borrowed a nail gun and nails for the wall studs rather than trying to pound in about 500 or more of them with a hammer. The packages arrived with little to no labeling (i.e.: treated 2x4s vs. untreated) and the parts and pieces were mixed together so it was a full day's job to open everything and sort out all the various pieces by kind and size and purpose. Had one item which was diagnosed by several folks as a door header for a door which was not a part of the building; didn't know what to do with it nor why I had it. Ended up having to hire a contractor to finish the job who commented that he would have built the same shed for me for the same--or perhaps less than--the price I paid. Fortunately, the contractor could understand the instructions at least well enough to complete the building. As it turned out, I invested about 30% more money above the initial purchase price into getting my shed assembled and ready to use. Had I had maybe 4 or 5 times as many skilled friends, some serious lifting equipment to assist in putting the(very heavy) roof trusses into place, access to a good table saw and mitre saw, and if screws had been provided rather than nails, the project would have been easier, faster, and and probably worth the money. November 18, 2015
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