You want a shed built to last? That is our number one priority at Guest House Sheds. Our Amish shed manufacturer focuses on value and quality over price, which results in lower cost-of-ownership over the long term.
They are built with high-end materials every step of the way, spending time to make sure every part of the shed is carefully crafted and assembled with precision.
We expect our sheds, when installed correctly, to last for 30 years or more. It’s an investment into your property for years to come.
We are committed to providing excellent customer service from design to delivery for the Lakes Region of New Hampshire!
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The Quaker shed is a great option if you’re looking for an A-Frame with a little more personality. The Quaker can be recognized by a significantly larger front overhang and a higher front-facing wall, which offsets the roof slightly.
As with all of our sheds, you can make the Garden Quaker Shed all yours by choosing from an extensive array of siding, roof shingles, windows, doors and shutter options to compliment your home and outdoor environment.
Garden Sheds are built using the same base as an A-Frame, but with a steeper roof pitch and larger 8” overhangs. This simple change opens up a world of possibilities, as the Garden Shed is one of our most customizable styles inside and out.
The High Barn is all about maximizing every last bit of useable space inside with its very distinct gambrel style roof. The gambrel features three ridges, one on the peak, and one on either side to create a second, steeper pitch along the outer edges. The resulting effect gives the interior an overall increase in vertical space over traditional shed styles like the A-Frame, and lends itself to the addition of an interior loft option for added storage.
With a double row of windows across the front-facing wall, this modern shed style purposely brings the outside in. Thanks to the number of windows in the Studio shed, the interior fills with natural light during daylight hours and the second higher row of windows reduces shadows.