Chapter 8: How To Choose The Right Colors For Your Shed
The siding and trim material of your storage building or shed will determine the available options for color. Siding materials are broken into four groups:
Painted [Masonite and cement vertical panel board]
Natural Wood [these are painted although usually, they are stained: T1-11, Cedar, and Split Log],
Metal [Leonard offers several different types of metal siding: 2.5" corrugated, heavy-duty ribbed panel, and lap metal]
Each has its own set of color options. Colors shown on-screen are approximations. Every monitor is different. For more accurate color samples, please visit one of our many stores.
Standard Painted Color Options.
Unlimited Color Options from Sherwin Williams
Natural Wood Stains
We offer a variety of natural wood stains. The stains only apply to T1-11, Cedar, or Split Log siding material. The stained sample on the left is what you will find stocked on our T1-11 sided buildings at our stores most often. We sometimes have a darker / grey toned stain color. Of course, you can custom order a stain color that works best for your location.
Metal Color Options on Carports
Metal Color Options for Shed siding and roofs
The Pilot and Pilot SF buildings use this metal color system. While these Leonard storage sheds use similar metal to the carport type structures, the color options differ a bit. Gray & White are the most common colors stocked. This is a heavy duty 29 gauge metal with low ribs. Roof upgrades to metal us these same colors.
Corrugated Metal Color Options
Discontinued color samples from old style tight corrugated metal on the Convincer series style buildings.
Shed Buying Guide
1.Getting Started on Your storage building or shed project
Start by answering this question "How do I plan to use the shed?" It is not always as obvious as it seems. It is worth examining because anticipating all
2. Selecting the size of your storage building or shed
When selecting a size for your backyard storage building, there are several questions to ask yourself. Use this list as you start your research
3. Choosing the best building or shed shape
The shape of the shed will affect the cost, look, usefulness, and possibly the placement. Leonard offers 3 distinct storage building shapes.
4. Understanding Proper Floor construction of storage buildings, sheds
Sturdy pressure treated 4"x6" skids are notched so that the 2”x6” pressure treated joists
5. Steel Frame vs Wood Frame Storage Buildings and Sheds
For most customers, a storage building's frame material is one of the most important decision factors.
6. Choosing from storage shed siding materials
When it comes to choosing the right siding material for our shed there a number of factors to consider. Do you have an HOA?
7. Storage Shed and Utility Building Roof Material Options
Leonard offers the widest selection of roofing material in the industry: Standard Shingle, Architectural Shingle, Corrugated Metal, Heavy Duty Metal Panel, and Cedar Shake.
8. Choosing the right color(s) for your Storage Building or Shed
The siding and trim material of your storage building or shed will determine the available options for color. Siding materials are broken into four groups
9. How much does a shed cost?
Sheds come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and materials. All of these affect costs in different ways.
10. Why Rent-To-Own Sheds Win every time over Storage Units
We Americans love our stuff. We love activities that involve tools, memorabilia, boats, bikes, holiday decorations, and hobby supplies.
11. Should You Choose a Shed Kit vs A Custom Built Shed from a Manufacture?
Shed kits are quite popular for promising new sheds for an unbeatable price. For just a few hours of work, you can get a great storage building. But is that the best option?
12. How is a storage building or shed delivered?
Leonard offers FREE Delivery. Your shed will be delivered to your backyard, blocked & leveled, and set up for you to start moving your stuff in simply.