12×20 Shed – Vinyl Siding
Standard features of this 12×20 Shed includes:
- Vinyl siding (very durable — only needs a washing every few years)
- LP TechShield Radiant-barrier sheathing — keeps you cooler in the summer!
- European 2×4 lumber in walls and ceiling, 16″ on-center
- Pressure-treated reinforced floor system
- 5/8″ LP Shed Floor
- Double doors w/ 6′ opening
- Metal thresholds in both doors
- 5/12 roof pitch
- Architectural Shingles
Optional upgrades include:
- 7/12 pitch roof
- Electrical package
LP Sheathing. This shed is built with LP products, including LP radiant barrier sheathing. All LP SmartSide products are engineered to be highly impact resistant, and to resist termites and fungal decay. This radiant barrier sheathing goes a step further. Radiant barrier sheathing has at least two clear benefits. First, when you walk in your shed, you will find it much brighter. The aluminum foil laminate will make it much easier for you to find the stuff smuggled away into a corner. Second, the radiant barrier keeps your shed a lot cooler in the summer. You will notice an obvious difference if you compare two sheds, one with the radiant barrier sheathing and one without.
Vinyl Siding. Protecting this 12×20 storage building from the weather is our high-quality vinyl siding. This is the same siding that protects many newer homes in America. It is basically maintenance-free, and should last you a lifetime. It only needs occasional power-washing to keep it looking great.
Architectural Shingles. The roof sheathing is also LP radiant barrier sheathing. On top of that all of our sheds feature tar paper, a vapor barrier that has been used for years on homes but is also used on high-quality storage sheds. And finally, the tar paper is covered with architectural shingles.
Treated Floor System. Underneath all of this is a pressure-treated floor system. That means that the skids, and all the floor joists, are pressure-treated. This creates a floor that is highly rot-resistant, and will remain solid for years to come. (To read and watch how we build our floors, click here.)