Build On-Site Package:

605 Sheds is proud to introduce we are now building on site. We will start in a BETA phase and focus on an area around Huron including Sioux Falls, Brookings, and Watertown.  On-site buildings can only be done via a cash sale (no financing available). The buildings will be prefabricated at our factory and shipped to the customers house for assembly.

There are a few reasons you may want to purchase an on-site build.

  1. Types of Properties – Some residential and commercial areas have tight fitting spaces that won’t allow for any type of shed (no matter how small) to be hauled in an individual’s backyard.  Thus, the only way to get a high-quality storage shed is to build it on site.
  • Cement Slab – Many people want to skip the storage shed floor and have a concrete floor instead. In some instances, this can be beneficial.  In this instance, you will need a cement slab on the foundation before we deliver. If you do not have anybody, we have crews that we work with, and may be able to recommend.

There are a few options we offer when building an on-site storage shed. We can build the floor on-site or we can use the cement slab as the foundation. When building a floor, it will cost the customer a bit more money than without building the floor.  Depending on the size of the shed, the options, and all other factors; the building process may take 1-3 days.  You can expect to get your shed delivered around 2 to 3 weeks after ordering.

If you would like to get a detailed quote, please click here or email us at [email protected].


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