Shed for tight places

If you need a shed that can be built in between two walls or a wall and a fence or a home and a wall, you will like my design. It is built in sections I call modules. Each one is based on a 4 foot wide by 8 foot long standard.

Here is a perfect example of a tight space. I am quoting a 4 ft by 12 ft shed with doors on each end. It will likely also have a roof that sits below the wall and pops up when the door is opened.

The floors can be 4×8 or 4×4 and the walls are 4 feet wide by 5 to 8 feet tall and the roofs are in 4×8 or 4×4 sections.

So I can supply a variety of sizes from 4×4 to 4×8 to 4×12 and up plus 8×8, 8×12, and so on.

Here are pictures of a shed 8 feet wide by 12 feet long in the process of assembly. Each wall is installed from the inside so they can be tight to outside obstructions.

Note the door on the end. There is a second door designed for the other end.

Here are 3 4×8 floors each on treated 2x4s with 3/4 inch plywood on top.
You can see the 4 foot wide wall modules. These walls are 6 feet tall.
This shows a door module that is 4 feet wide with a 3 foot door.