Buy the biggest one you can afford, you can never make them big enough.
Looks great Jon. Here is a thread I started in the "Sheds ..." forum on my foundation, the delivery, and an entrance ramp for mine. I've seen too many lop-sided sheds around here. Take a little time and set your foundation for the long haul.
No settling on mine. I had a minor Raccoon invasion a couple years ago, but I set a trap and made an example of him. Then I reinforced my wire mesh, so far, golden. FWIW, I did spring for the extra floor joists of their "garage" model that is advertised to support an automobile. I think the floor would support itself even if I had it setting on corner foundation blocks.Good Advice. Every year I swear mine gets smaller and smaller........LOL
Jere, I notice you set yours on a bed of gravel like mine.
Did your wooden floor settle at all?
I don't know what caused it, but my wooden floor sag a little on the sides.
I had some rabbits and some mice diiging under it the first couple years, but now I added wire mesh around the outside.
Don't ever Start collecting Garden tractors Or You end Up with a Shed Like thisI have to keep it reasonable, as my yard is not that large. This is a 10x16, and should fit my x728, attachments, 10AT cart, and some other stuff in my garage.