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Model # denver_1216

Internet # 202689236

Denver 12 ft. x 16 ft. Wood Storage Shed Kit

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$2,795.00 /each




Model # denver_1216

Internet # 202689236

The Denver Shed Kit is a perfect choice for adding extra storage to any backyard. With it's traditional barn style appeal, high side walls and peak height you'll have plenty of space and many years of use out of this wooden shed kit. The 7 ft.-3 in. high side walls provide plenty of head room for generous storage. As your storage needs grow you can easily add a loft floor area for additional storage. The Denver shed kit comes with 24 in. o.c. 2 x 4 framing and L. P. (Louisiana Pacific) Smartside exterior grade pre-primed paneling ready to paint the color of your choice. The Sturdy-Built Truss System is designed for a 45 lb. snow load and 90 mph wind load. Check with your local permit authority before placing you order. Building is shipped directly to you via curbside delivery. Floor is not included. Shingles purchased by homeowner.

  • Assembled dimension: 144 in. W x 192 in. D x 144 in. H
  • Select grade pre-cut white pine trim
  • Sturdy-built truss system designed for 90 MPH wind loads and 45 lb. snow load
  • 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
  • 12 ft. peak height allows for storage of oversized items
  • Premium grade 2x4 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
  • 15-year limited warranty
  • Satisfaction guaranteed
  • Free curbside delivery included

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Assembled Depth (in.) 
192 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
144 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
144 in 
Door Opening Height (In.) 
Door Opening Width (In.) 
Door Opening Width (ft.) 
Sidewall Height (in.) 
Assembly Required 
Exact Width x Depth 
12 ft x 16 ft 
Floor Options 
Without Floor 
Number of Doors 
Number of Windows 
Product Weight (lb.) 
1900 lb 
Roof Color Family 
Roof Pitch 
Roof Shape 
Shed Door Type 
Shed Features 
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door 
Shed Style 
Siding Color Family 
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.) 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
15 Year Limited Warranty 


Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good shed, poor instructions Overall, I am very happy with this shed. It provides plenty of storage space and the wide/tall doors make access extremely easy. I built mine on an existing slab, so I didn't use the floor kit. Also, the ability to build a loft (I built one in the back half of the shed), adds a nice second level of storage. The shed was fairly easy to build, but this is definitely not for beginners. You need to be a pretty experienced handyman to do this yourself; and you definitely need some friends. If not, I really suggest using HD's install services. I had some friends help me raise the walls and roof, but was able to build the rest of it myself for the most part. That brings me to the instructions. This shed comes in two shipments (one from Home Depot, one from the manufacturer). The instructions are painfully unclear as to what lumber is going to be used for what. Most of that is intuitive (for instance the 16' 2x4s are the side rails), but the instructions state "Do not discard the shipping container as some of it is used in the construction of this building." The instructions don't state which parts are, just that some are. None of the wood is painted/color coated, so you're left to guess what lumber is to be used where. The actual assembly instructions are pretty good, but you are left to interpret what the intent is quite a bit. The shed comes with all the necessary hardware, including nails, but I STRONGLY recommend getting a good nail gun for the job, as there are A LOT of nails used in putting this together. You'll need 6, 8, and 10d galvanized nails. This shed does not come with any roofing materials, so plan on spending $200 - $350 on roofing. I added two HD 24x24 skylights ($69/ea), and a roof vent to mine. I did that because the shed is big enough that without the extra light from the skylights, it is plenty dark in the back of the shed with the doors wide open. Adding the roof vent allows me to store paints, solvents, and gasoline (for lawn tools), without worrying about dangerous gas build up. It also helps keep the heat down. I also added a safety ring to the roof so I could use a harness when putting the roofing, skylights, etc.. on, as well as for future use. Home Depot sells a safety harness kit for $99. This shed took me about a week of work to complete. It probably could have been done in about three days if I had extra help the whole time. Again, building this shed yourself is not for beginners. The instructions are not totally clear, but can be figured out by an experienced builder/handyman. Extras I added: Two skylights One Roof vent Loft (6 2x4x12, two 4x8 sheets of OSB) Back shelf (2 2x4x12, one 4x8 sheet OSB cut in 1/2). Inside tool mounting rails Door handles August 29, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by I like the look of this product. Started putting the shed together and found about 90% of the boards warped, making it difficult to put together. Used probably more nails then needed but had to in order to compensate for the boards. The doors came the same way. The trim on the outside is not treated wood so know I have to treat it. June 7, 2013
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