Before you start determining the exact dimensions of your future shed, it is important to decide whether or not you’re going to assemble one yourself. Sheds that are DIY are going to have many more size limitations when compared to those installed by a professional. The smallest shed option you’re going to come across is typically 3×7, and it is slightly uncommon. If you’re looking to store an ATV or motorbike, try searching for a shed that is approximately 12×12 in size.
- Sizes will be limited if you opt for installing the shed yourself instead of hiring a professional to do it.
- The absolute smallest shed you’re going to be able to find or build will be about three-by-seven feet in size.
- If you’re looking to house an ATV or motorbike, try looking for a shed that is approximately 12×12.
“Medium sheds are about 10×10 and fit a riding mower and a variety of garden and yard tools. Depending on your needs and shed layout, a small work bench might also fit. If you use heaters on your deck or yard, and plan on storing one in your shed, you may want to make sure the height is adequate.”