How our on-site installation process works

Our experienced shed installers can build your shed in a day (weather permitting). All that is left for you to do is paint your shed.


About Our Installers

  • Trained through our network of manufacturing partners
  • Will review your order before and after your shed is assembled to ensure 100% satisfaction
  • Carefully screened, fully licensed (where required) and insured
  • Customer rated to make sure they make the grade to install for us

4.6 Average Installer Rating


5,665 Sheds Built in 2020

Here is how our process works:

What To Expect

Do I need to call to schedule installation?

No, a Yardline representative will contact you within 3-5 business days after your installation purchase date to review your order and schedule installation. The representative will also confirm your shingle color and any accessories at this time.

  • Builder arrival times are set for either morning (8am-12pm) or afternoon (12pm-4pm); Weather permitting.
  • Your local builder will contact you the day of the install prior to arriving on site.

What is the lead time for installation?

Typical installation lead time is 6 to 8 weeks, but may vary during peak and promotional times.

Do I need to be home during the installation?

You do not need to be home once the installation process has started, but you should be home at completion for a walk through and to sign the certificate of completion.

How long does installation typically take?

Most sheds are assembled within 1 day. Please allow 2-3 days for the completion of our shed installation services on 12 foot wide models or larger.

Do I need to do anything to prepare my yard prior to installation?

• The build site should be level within 6 inches
• We do not excavate the site
• The area will need to have 3 feet of unobstructed space on all 4 sides and above; free of branches, bushes, power lines, etc.
• Electricity will need to be available within 150 feet of the build site
• If you’re having your shed built on a concrete slab, please contact Yardline for the exact dimensions and allow 7 days for curing

Do I need leveling blocks?

Leveling blocks are not required in all states/counties, but the member should check his/her local requirements. Your shed will be built on 4×4 pressure treated runners. We will use treated leveling materials and shingle shims to level up the floor prior to building your shed. If your ground is out of level greater than 6 inches, leveling blocks will be needed (additional fees will be incurred).

Do I need to obtain a building permit?

You should check with your local Building Authority and Homeowners Association prior to installation to make sure your shed is compliant with all codes, easements and setbacks.

Visit our FAQ page to learn more about our installation process.