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Tuff Shed - What to Expect

After purchasing your Tuff Shed they send you this document

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You’ve decided on the building style, size and design. Important planning remains for you and for us, including:

• Vents - We strongly recommend adding vents to your building. Along with paint and roofing, there may be no other feature that can help protect your building better.

• Insulation - If you are planning to insulate or finish the inside of your building, we need to know so that we can design the building to perform as an insulated structure.

• Building Permit(s)/HOA Requirements – Customers need to confirm with their HOA and/or municipality for appropriate building permit requirements. Contact us immediately if you need help.


Your building will be here before you know it. Now it’s time to prepare the site and yourself for the upcoming installation:

• Prepare the Job Site – Clean the site of all debris (i.e. old tree stumps, trash, dog waste, etc) and a pathway to and from where the delivery vehicle parks.

• Leveling the Site – To attain the maximum performance for your Tuff Shed building, the structure needs to be
level. If the site is more than 4” out of level, a charge will apply. Please see details on leveling your shed on the next page.

• Scheduling – We will contact you to schedule installation date and time range.

• Pre-fabrication – We will begin pre-fabricating your building several days in advance of the installation. At this time, we will begin placing the rough openings for items like doors, windows and vents.

• Restocking/Rescheduling Fee – If changes or cancellation occurs within 5 days of installation, a restocking/rescheduling or cancellation fee may apply. At this point, building materials have already been ordered, inventoried and have potentially been pre-fabricated.

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