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Shed for Lawn Mower

Also known as a New England saltbox style which dates back to the 17th century. Classic characteristics include a shorter back wall, higher front wall and an overhang in the front. Larger structures in this style are used by many Amish churches in Lancaster County, PA to shelter their horses from harsh weather during their “On-Sunday Meetings”. This is similar to the Workshop style but with a few more architectural details. Your choice of painted wood, vinyl or rough sawn wood siding.

This is a very popular shed for lawn mower storage. An optional lawn mower ramp and side door make it perfect to just open the doors and drive your lawn mower outside.

Our carriage shed comes with the option of double floor joist spacing and extra heavy duty flooring to handle any kind of machinery you can fit into the shed - even cars. If you're looking for something really heavy or big, take a look at our garage page.

Shed for lawn mower

Shed for lawn mower

This 10'x20' carriage shed is configured with tan paint, navajo white trim, red shutters and doors, and shakewood shingles.

Standard Features

  • Double doors
  • Two 24"x27" Windows w/ Shutters

Featured model shown with following options

  • 22"x22" Large Cupola w/Hole
  • Z-style Shutters
  • 12"x18" Koma Vents
  • Gable Overhangs
  • Picture Frames
  • 24"x36" Windows
  • Window Boxes
  • Wood Corners
  • 3.5'x 5' Ramp
  • 3’ Door
  • 6" Higher walls
lawn equipment storage

The optional ramp for lawn mower is shown above and can be custom made to whatever size you need.

Why do I need a lawn mower shed?

Lawn mowers should be stored out of the weather to keep them looking sharp. Our lawn mower sheds are the perfect solution to keep your lawn mower looking and running great for years to come.





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