Like the classic style, this shed has eave and soffit overhanging the four sides of roof. Instead of flat vertical gable ends like the classic style, the hip roof has all roof panels angled and meeting at the center of very top roof ridge. The advantage of the hip roof over the classic roof is there are no flat surfaces for high winds to hit. The winds are more easily deflected off the angled roof surfaces. The other advantage is how the home roof looks. If you have a hip roof on your home, you may want to match shed to that roof. This is an upgraded style.
The Suncrest shed has the choice of many different options, color choices and styles. This brand of shed is also taller, heavier, and stronger than most all other brands of sheds available in the hurricane zones of Florida.
Suncrest shed is built in Florida to meet Florida (hurricane) building code requirements. This brand of shed is built very much like a wood frame home. This upgraded brand comes with a very strong roof, which includes standard asphalt 3-tab shingles, over a plywood roof base, just like a house. The wood frame is spaced 16” on center, and taller than most sheds, but can be shorter on request. Over the wood frame is a thermos- sheath layer to dry in shed and create a cooler in temperature interior. The exterior has a vinyl siding that is dent resistant, and UV protected, unlike old fashion vinyl products for longevity. Hardie cement board exterior wall upgrades are also available. The floor is pressure treated ¾ plywood that is tongue and grooved connected to eliminate gaps between plywood floor seams. The entire shed is hurricane strapped internally from roof, to frame, to floor to ground. The floor sits on pressure treated floor joist (framing) also 16” on center separation’s. This floor is designed to hold heavy weight (including cars). All our portable sheds sit on pressure treated skids for easy transport to your home or maybe later relocation when needed. The skids can sit on a concrete slab or sit on solid concrete blocks that we provide as part of our delivery, (most common) so a concrete slab is not needed in most cases. We then level shed and install hurricane anchors that we also provide. We use the correct anchor as specified by Florida building codes, depending on where shed is sitting, for example, regular ground, asphalt, or concrete. Our sheds are state approved and inspected in the factory to obtain our state certification for each shed to meet all current Florida building codes. Sheds are pre-fabricated and delivered in one piece so we will need to inspect where the shed will be placed, to assure we have room to do our normal and free delivery, or if needed we can arrange a crane to put shed in place if needed for an additional charge. Our sheds are custom made just for you!