Specialty Buildings & Sheds
Specialty Buildings from Old Hickory are designed for more specific use-cases, such as animal shelters, single-slope buildings, non-lofted barns and metal buildings. Although add-on packages like porches aren’t possible with these buildings, you can still customize them to a great degree using a mix of a la carte Shed Options and Upgrades to suit your specific needs.
With a lean-to roof style, the Single Slope can be placed with its back against a tree line or a property boundary, making the shed a part of your landscape. The high front can include horizontal windows to let in natural light. Single Slope Sheds are ENGINEER CERTIFIED!
The Single Slope Shed comes in handy when you have a storage need but the shed location backs up to a property edge, trees, a fence, or other obstruction that will limit the location of the entrance to the front. Customize this building with more windows on the sides to brighten and open the space a bit more.
- Single slope roof style with 3/12 pitch
- Rear Wall Height: 75in – 76.5in (depending on siding chosen)
- Front Wall Height: Minimum 100in (increases with shed width)
12’ wide and over buildings are measured across the eaves due to DOT (Department of Transportation) regulations. Smaller width buildings are measured from the outside corners of the walls. The total length of building includes the porch. The building must include the porch to qualify for the package price. See your local dealer for details.
If you need simple outdoor storage space for gardening tools, lawn equipment or other miscellaneous items, then the Non-lofted Barn might be the right choice. It is tall enough for the average adult to stand in. The Non-Lofted Barn may also serve as a perfect space for a children’s clubhouse. Non-Lofted Barns are ENGINEER CERTIFIED!
- Iconic barn-style roof
- 4ft side wall height
- 8ft wide buildings come with a single barn door
- 10ft and wider come with double barn doors
12’ wide and over buildings are measured across the eaves due to DOT (Department of Transportation) regulations. Smaller width buildings are measured from the outside corners of the walls.