An excellent choice for tiny house living, the Palmetto plan has a variety of options that can be customized to suite your needs. All of our accessory buildings are permitted and built to Florida building codes.
A: We never share or sell our customer list. We want to keep you all to ourselves!
A: We have partnered with two banks to provide financing for our Historic Shed™ outbuildings, Home Loan Improvement Bank and Citizen’s State Bank. The application for a loan through Home Loan Improvement Bank can be downloaded here. Directions for submitting the application directly to the bank are located on the form. The application for Citizens State Bank can be downloaded here and submitted through Historic Shed.
A: We prefer payment via check or cash, but will take Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card payments if you make a request. Will can take check payments online.
A: We require a 30% deposit in order to begin any product order. Full payment is due when the product is delivered or picked up. For larger jobs, such as garages or cottages, we may require progress payments as the installation progresses.
A: Check local zoning requirements to know where you can place your shed. We’d hate to install your shed only to find out that it is set too close to the property line and needs to move.
A: We offer plans for select sheds, garages and cottages, including our popular two-story garage apartment. More plans are added periodically, so check back. To see them all go to: https://historicshed.com/store-4/plans/. We can also sell these to you directly, or make revisions to better suit your needs. Please note that all plans are designed to meet Florida Building Codes and may require modifications in order to meet different climate, soil and code requirements.