Carports, Garages and accessory dwelling Units for Sale
Sheds for sale in Columbus, OH have an
price of $5381.00 with an average square footage of
The average cost per
square foot is $32.42. ShedHub.com is aware of
20 dealers within 20 miles of
Columbus OH. The most popular shed styles
these locations are High Barns, Mini Barns, and Garages.
FAQ About Sheds & Accessory Buildings in
What are the zoning rules for sheds, storage, and accessory buildings in Columbus, OH?
Every state, county, city, and homeowners association (HOA) can have their own regulations or zoning rules on accessory buildings. Columbus does have their own zoning. We encourage you to do your own research to make sure the building you are looking for can be placed on your property. If your property is part of a HOA, that is generally a good place to start research. Otherwise city and then county-level branches of government would be a good place to start your research. Have you recently done research about zoning on accessory buildings in Columbus, OH? Please let us know about your experience by emailing email@example.com.
Are backyard offices allowed in Columbus, OH?
The estimated average one-way commute time for a person Columbus, Ohio is 25 minutes. Working from a home or a backyard office may be a good way to cut commute times and save energy. Backyard office spaces in an accessory building may be allowed in Columbus, Ohio. Please check with local zoning and regulations.
Will I be able to have a shed delivered to me in Columbus, OH?
If you have a clear, unobstructed path to the final resting place for your new shed or accessory building that is at least 2 feet wider than the width of your building, delivery should be possible. If you are not sure you may be able to request a site check from your local shed dealer located in the Columbus, Ohio area.
Will the topography of my land in Columbus, OH effect if I can have a shed delivered to my home?
Factors that can impact delivery include the topography of the land and current weather conditions. Moderately sloping land requires buildings to be leveled either with grading the land before delivery, and/or with blocking - generally done with cinder blocks. If your accessory building requires many layers of blocking for it to become level it may also decrease the stability of your structure. Ideally a portable building would rest comfortably on the ground with no requirement for blocking. Having a level gravel pad in place before delivery of your accessory building will ensure your structure is both stable and will improve drainage around your building.