10X20 SHEDS FOR SALE IN ND, SD, MN, AND IA
The 10×20 shed size is a popular choice among homeowners looking for ample storage space. It offers a spacious backyard storage solution without being excessively large. This shed size is perfect for those with an average-sized backyard seeking additional storage capacity.
10X20 SHEDS IN STOCK RIGHT NOW*
Browse through our current inventory of in-stock 10×20 sheds, readily available for quick delivery throughout our entire service area. Please note that there may be additional 10×20 buildings available at shed lots near you.
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To see which 10×20 sheds are currently available in your area, go to our shed lot pages and enter your zip code.Find My Shed Lot
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10×20 Ranch Sheds
A 10×20 Ranch shed is perfect for fulfilling basic backyard storage needs. This A-frame model boasts clean design lines that complement almost any backyard. The interior can be easily customized to accommodate all your storage requirements.Design A 10x20 Ranch
10×20 Classic Sheds
The classic shed is similar to the ranch shed but features a steeper roof pitch. This design enhances the shed’s aesthetics and allows for additional space for a loft or a roof dormer, bringing in natural light. The classic shed is perfect for she sheds, home art studios, man caves, and more.Design A 10x20 Classic
10×20 High Barn Sheds
High barn sheds are the optimal choice for maximizing space within your 10×20 shed. With a wall height of 75″, each high barn shed comes with a loft as a standard feature, and the option to add a second one. If you have numerous items to store, a high barn shed is the way to go.Design A 10x20 High Barn
10×20 Low Barn Sheds
The low barn shed maintains the classic look of the high barn but with lower sidewalls. This shed is perfect for storing all your gardening tools and keeping other garage clutter out of sight at an affordable cost.Design A 10x20 Low Barn
10×20 Quaker Sheds
The quaker shed is a beautiful A-frame shed with an offset roofline, providing extra overhang on the front of the building. This model exudes a charming “old-world” aesthetic.Design A 10x20 Quaker
10×20 Studio Sheds
The studio, or modern shed, features a single-slope roof. This model is popular for specialized uses like backyard offices, man caves, art studios, she sheds, and more!Design A 10x20 Studio
10×20 Economy Sheds
The 10×20 Economy shed represents our most affordable shed line. While these sheds do not include all the premium features of our main sheds, they are still built to last for a long time. You can find more details about our economy sheds on our economy shed page.Design A 10x20 Economy
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT 10X20 SHEDS
DO I NEED A PERMIT FOR A 10X20 SHED?
Generally speaking, you should have a permit to install a 10×20 shed. Since a 10×20 shed is over 120 square feet, it will often meet the requirement of needing a permit. However, it’s important to check with the local government to confirm any specific regulations or requirements before installing a shed of any size.
If you live in North Dakota, please check out our shed permit guide for that state.
HOW MUCH GRAVEL DO I NEED FOR A 10X20 SHED FOUNDATION?
A 10×20 shed foundation typically requires approximately 3.3 cubic yards of gravel. Since we recommend making your foundation a foot longer and wider than the shed on all sides, you will need a pad that measures 12×22. We also recommend a depth of at least 4″. These calculations assume that your site is level. If you are installing the shed on a slope, you may need more gravel. For more information on site preparation, please refer to our site prep page.
HOW MANY SQUARE FEET IS A 10X20 SHED?
The total footprint of a 10×20 shed is 200 square feet. However, it’s important to note that the usable interior space will be slightly less than this due to the thickness of the walls.
To calculate the usable floor space, subtract approximately 5″ from each side of the interior dimensions. This accounts for the wall studs (3.5″) and the sheathing and siding on the outside (up to 1.5″).
Thus, to perform the calculation you should multiply 9 feet 7 inches by 19 feet 7 inches, yielding an estimated interior space of approximately 188 Square Feet.
Paying For Your 10x20 Shed
Are you ready to purchase a 10×20 shed but don’t have the cash up front? We offer convenient Rent-to-Own and financing options. Visit our payment options page for more information.