Lead time for new structure orders is 18 weeks or more.
Since each shed we sell is made to order, it can be hard to provide a quote without discussing your needs first. We recommend calling us, or filling out our Contact Form first. Then, a Design Consultant can provide a free quote after discussing your options.
Absolutely! All of our structures are made to order. We offer some pre-designed styles to start from, but your structure can be totally custom if you wish.
Our typical service area covers most of the Northeast, between New York and Virginia. We also have a network of dealers that can help customers outside our normal service area. To view all Lapp Structures dealers, see our Locations page.
Our commitment to you is that we will take responsibility for any manufacture related deficiencies for five years. We stand by our products, provided that your structure is placed on a level stone pad.
You are responsible for either preparing the site or hiring a contractor to prepare the site for you before your structure is delivered. We can recommend trusted local contractors if desired.
We normally deliver and install our buildings fully assembled. In the event there is insufficient access to your site, or the structure is too large to be on the road, we are able to deliver the shed in a kit form, and build it on-site for you. There is an additional charge for this service. You can read more about the delivery process on our “Shed Delivery Process” page.
Most townships and municipalities require a basic permit to install a shed or garage. Proximity to property lines and height restrictions are some things to keep in mind when getting your permit.
Delivery time frame varies dependent on time of year and the structure ordered, but generally runs between a few weeks for more basic buildings, up to two months or more for large, custom installations.
Yes! If you’re replacing an existing shed we can haul the old one away for a $275 disposal fee. This only applies when purchasing a new structure, and we cannot dispose structures without delivering a new one.