Below is our available inventory of display models available for purchase. Inventory sheds are already built, so you don’t have to wait as long as with a custom order. Also, in some cases their prices are lower than ordering a new shed. Call or email us to confirm availability of the shed you like. We try to keep this page up to date, but some sheds may have sold and not yet been removed from this listing. Prices listed include free delivery within 50 miles of Red Bluff.
We’ve been building Chalet-style sheds for several years. They look like this:
They’re really cute! They have the look of a little cabin. A lot of our customers like the steep roof, for two reasons: they like the style, or they live where it snows and like the increased ability to shed snow. If you live in the foothills or mountain areas of Northern California, this style of shed fits in quite well!
We’ve been receiving requests to build a Chalet style shed without a porch: just a shed with a steep roof. So we started doing that. Here is a picture of a display 8×15 Chalet. The transom window above the door is not included in the base price
So yes, you can order a Chalet without the porch! And yes, you will save money that way. The Chalet without the porch is the same price as a Premium Barn of the same dimensions. As with our other sheds, we can build the Chalet with shingles or a metal roof. And the Chalet without the porch includes a 4′ loft in the back of the shed.
Careful craftsmanship is our goal at Sequoia Sheds. If you’re wondering, “What does that actually mean?” this post is for you. Join me in a brief walk around our sheds, and let’s look at some of the features that distinguish our Premium line of sheds.
Let’s start at the ground level. The lumber in the floor is all pressure-treated to resist insects, moisture, and decay. The floor is solidly built with joists every 16 inches, and 3/4″ plywood on top. The plywood is tongue and groove, so the joints are sturdy.
Next, the walls. We frame our sheds primarily with nails, but at critical places we use screws to hold things together. The floor plate in this picture is an example. There are some times when a nail just isn’t good enough. Our roof overhangs are also fastened on with screws.
The walls are framed with studs 16″ on center, the same as standard house framing.
On our Premium Ranch sheds, where the top plates meet at the corner we overlap the top plates of the wall, so that the joint is secure. You don’t see that in a lot of storage sheds!
No more low shed doors, where you get scalped every time you go through! All our shed doors are at least 6’6″ tall, or the same as a regular house door, so you can stand tall as you enter the shed.
Notice the plywood panel on the inside of the door. All our Premium sheds have a double-panel door; one panel of siding on the outside, and one panel of plywood on the inside of the frame. This helps the door stay strong, and helps prevent sagging and warping.
Something else we’re careful about is our paint jobs. We carefully caulk the nail heads, and any gaps between trim and siding, and anything else that looks like it needs it, before we paint. We also caulk the seams between sheets of siding as the walls are being built. This picture shows how the joint between trim and siding is well hidden.
Here’s a few things we do to protect the exterior of your shed. We use metal drip-edge around the perimeter of the roof. We put a 4″ overhang on all sides, to let the water drip away from the shed. We also put a little ledge above the door to divert the water out, so the top of the door isn’t as exposed to water when it rains.
Last but not least, we use high quality architectural shingles from Pabco, rated for 40 years, on all our shingled roofs. A metal roof is also an option, and those last even longer!
The final product: a shed that’s built to last.
Deals, deals, deals! Here is a list of the display storage sheds that are available at a discount price! These are new display sheds sitting on our lot in Red Bluff that have never been sold or delivered to any customer. Now’s your chance to get a great shed at an even lower price than normal.
Sequoia Sheds is located in Red Bluff. We really enjoy servicing our local town, but we gladly deliver to other communities nearby. We serve Redding, Shasta Lake, Palo Cedro, Anderson, Cottonwood, Red Bluff, Los Molinos, Corning, Vina, Orland, and Chico. If your address is in any of these cities, we offer free delivery!
Our free delivery area is 50 miles. That means that if you live within 50 road miles of our shop, even if you’re not in one of the cities listed above, we will deliver a shed to you free of charge.
If you live further away than 50 miles, we may still be able to help you! Call us for a quote on a shed delivered to your location. We do not deliver out of state.
Do you have a question about your address, or need a quote for a delivery? Give us a call, or email us on the Contact page. We’ll be happy to help you!
At Sequoia Sheds, we’ve just produced a new style of shed: the California shed.
The California shed has several new features. It has lap siding, a hip roof, and a dormer over the door.
Our goal in creating the California shed was to design a storage shed that would better match a house. A California storage shed in your back yard looks like it belongs there; like it fits with the house!
As always, we are open to customizing our sheds and building them to match what you as the customer have in mind. The California is just an example of what we can do. If you would like to add lap siding or a dormer to one of our other sheds, just ask! We can even match the paint colors on your house! We’re here to build the shed you need.
Check out the California shed here!
Have you considered getting a storage shed, but aren’t sure how it would get into your back yard? Maybe you just have a yard gate that’s 3 feet wide. Maybe you have a bigger gate, but that perfect spot for a shed isn’t quite as accessible as you wish it could be. Well, at Sequoia Sheds we’re here to help. We’ve had quite a bit of experience getting sheds to that perfect spot. Sometimes it’s up the hill, around the corner, through the gate, under the tree, and against the fence! But when it’s there, it’s obvious that’s the best place a shed could possibly be.
So here’s some information to help you decide what route to take. First of all, we do offer on-site builds as an option. For spots that just aren’t accessible to bring a shed in already assembled, on-site is the best. For a modest charge of 10% of the price of your shed, our crew will come out with a partly-assembled kit, and build your shed right where you need it. We usually finish in one day, framing, shingling, paint and all. (Certain sheds, such as the Cottage, the California, or the Chalet, may take two days, and will incur additional onsite fees). We do ask that you provide 18 inches (preferably 24″) of cleared area all around the spot where you plan to install the shed. If you want it right against the fence, it can be done for a fee, with a little extra work by our crew.
But maybe you’d like to save that on-site charge by getting a pre-fabricated shed, but aren’t quite sure if a shed can get to your site or not. Maybe a little information on how the shed is transported would help. We bring it out with a pickup, on a flat-bed trailer that tilts.
The shed rolls off the back of the trailer, onto the spot you chose. When sitting on the trailer, the shed is about 2 feet higher than when it sits on the ground. So take a look at that electric wire, or those overhanging branches, as you plan your shed-entry route.
Also, if there’s enough width to get the shed in, but the truck and trailer can’t maneuver around the corner on your route, we have one more trick up our sleeve.
See the wheels under the shed? With those wheels, and a small motorized dolly under the other end of the shed, we gain a lot of flexibility in maneuver. Chances are, if you have a wide enough gate, and the corners aren’t too tight to drive around with the shed on these wheels, we can get it in.
For information on site prep, see this.
The type of ground and the steepness of the terrain are both factors to consider as well. If you are unsure, please feel free to call us or email us a picture of your approach, and the spot where you’d like the shed. We’ll be happy to help you figure out which approach will be best.
I hope this information is helpful.
Perfect shed + perfect spot = SATISFACTION!