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This 16x24 storage buildig is an extremely spacious "barn-style" option. In fact, it's our largest building we offer! This garage-like shed is 16 ft. wide with 8 ft. sidewalls and a 24 ft. depth that allows you to store multiple off-road vehicles, mowing equipment and lawn/garden tools.
The 19'3" ft. high peak gives you the option to add a second story to the shed so you can store seasonal or less-used items as well. Some of our customers use two story storage buildings as a guest home too.
While the Everest Series is the perfect storage solution, it also is well suited for a backyard man cave shed. The 16x24 Everest can serve many different functions such as a:
✓ Man Cave ✓ Two Story Storage Building or Guest Home ✓ Workshop ✓ Art Studio ✓ Music Studio ✓ Garage ✓ Home Office ✓ Hobby Room
Many of our customers have began to use our 16x24 storage buildings as a backyard man cave shed. Purchasing a large building for a personal dwelling or backyard man cave will save you thousands in comparison to adding onto your home. With our wide selection of decorative and functional accessories, you can convert the 16x24 Everest into just about anything.
While this model is a popular option for a backyard man cave, the 16x24 Everest can be customized to meet normal everyday needs too! If you need a building that functions as a garage, add a steel garage door. For a functional workshop, add a shelf and workbench. You can even add a second story for a guest room too!
Use the drop down menu on the right to accessorize your shed. Click here to learn more about our accessories.
*Installs within 2-3 weeks. Install times may vary during peak and promotional times. Our local office will contact you within 3 business days to schedule an installation date (weather permitting).
Attention Florida residents: The Everest series is not available online due to Florida Hurricane building code requirements. Please contact your local showroom in Florida at (407) 359-5473 to place an order.
Note: Everest not currently available in California.
* Free delivery within 50 miles will be based on closest servicing distribution/sales center or distribution center.
Disclaimer: Your local building authority may have specific requirements resulting in additional cost. Prices do not include painting, staining, permits, zoning and setback advice and/or compliance, excavation, or leveling beyond 6". All prices and content are subject to change without notice. Promotions are valid with online transactions only and cannot be used in conjunction with promotions at a servicing sales/distribution center or distribution center. Not valid on prior purchases. All stated sizes are nominal dimensions and approximate. Some buildings may be shown with optional items. Additional mileage charges (if applicable) and taxes will be calculated after checkout process is completed.
(16x24 storage shed pictured with optional windows, shutters, venting skylights, gable window and second story.)
4Posted by Norman Wellman on 20th Apr 2015
This was by far one of my very best purchases. My expectations were more than met. It is my pride & joy & the envy of all my friends & family. Also, the builders were the best - very professional & friendly. They took time to explain the process to me as they were building. I highly recommend this company & its product.
4Posted by William Bruns on 24th Nov 2014
The building is acceptable however, I thought it would have been made out of thicker siding. Biggest drawback was as advertised building was to take 2 to 2 1/2 days to construct, mine took almost 3 weeks. Window was damaged, materials delivered were short in quantity, carpenter was "Nailgun Crazy", why slam in 3 to 5ive nails to join 2 X 4 structure when 2 would be plenty if placed correctly? Also nailing of siding was hit and miss, carpenter hit the trigger on the nail gun and missed the 2 X 4 structure many, many times leaving holes in the siding. Local manager had to come out to resolve issues with the building and carpenter. The building could use a bit more overhang both on the sides and gables to devert rainy weather from running down the siding. Some rebate would be appropriate.