Boulder’s own Studio Shed offers an alternative to traditional “barn-style” sheds and costly remodels.
Studio Shed is a prefabricated space that embraces the emerging lifestyle of smaller but smarter living. An inspired room with a variety of uses: a home office, an art studio, a kid’s playroom, or simply a place to store a mountain bike. Designed by Fuentes Design and manufactured in Boulder, they are engineered for maximum snow and wind loads. Studio Sheds are a durable, eco-friendly…
Ever since we designed and built our original Studio Sheds, environmental responsibility has been at the front of our minds. Green building is more than a slogan – it’s an integral part of our design and company philosophy…our prefabricated panels use a variety of green building materials. Every Studio Shed is constructed from FSC-certified dimensional lumber. Both our aluminum-frame windows and our HardieBacker siding are recyclable materials. We use Low-VOC paint on all surfaces and have engineered the structure to create an absolute minimum of waste.
…and attractive solution to conventional back yard storage. Their ultimate goal was to prefabricate the easiest to assemble, best looking, and most durable product on the market. The folks at Studio-Shed will install for you or you can do it yourself and save $500. Installation by the Studio Shed team takes about 8 hours once you have a prepared site (usually a concrete slab – which will cost you about $500 – $700 more). They have two models (80 sq ft and 120 sq ft) and prices start at $7500.
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