The Cook Utility is the perfect storage building and is the most adaptable of our shed designs. The tall sidewalls are ideal to hang taller shelving and the heavy duty floor holds up to any storage challenge. It’s also a great choice to convert into a hobby or work space.
Heavy Duty Floor
3/4” Floor Decking and Floor Joists 12” on Center
Shutters and Flowerbox
Shutters are offered the following sizes:
- 9” x 27”
- 9” x 36”
Flowerboxes are offered in 24” and 30”
Various Window Size Options
Available sizes include:
- 24” x 36” Standard Window
- Octagon Window
Not available in all states
Choice of Window Placement
Door Options and Placement
Additional Doors can be added in the following sizes:
- 36″ Single Door
- 48″ Single Door
- 68″ Double Doors
- 82″ Double Doors
Not available in all states.
Overhead Door Package
Option not available in all states.
8 Ft Wide
8′ x 12′
10 Ft Wide
10′ x 10′
10′ x 12′
10′ x 14′
10′ x 16′
10′ x 20′
12 Ft Wide
12′ x 12′
12′ x 14′
12′ x 16′
12′ x 20′
12′ x 24′
12′ x 28′
12′ x 32′
Pick the 8-foot Utility size to store bikes, outdoor equipment, furniture, pool supplies and firewood.
Choose the 10-foot Utility size to store large vehicles like motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles or to convert into a hobby space.
Select the 12-foot Utility size to use tall shelving, store vehicles or convert the space into workshop.
Standard Dimensions and Specifications
The peak of an eight-foot wide building is approximately 10’7.”
The peak of a ten-foot wide building is approximately 11’1.”
The peak of a twelve-foot wide building is approximately 11’5.”
The interior sidewall height is 7’8.”
Building style can come with or without a loft option.
Eight-foot wide buildings have a 48″ single door with a 47″ opening.
Ten-foot wide buildings have 34″ double doors with a 67″ opening.
Twelve-foot wide buildings have 41″ double doors with an 81″ opening.
Twelve-foot wide buildings are measured from eave to eave.
The sidewalls on the building can be made longer by special order.
The Utility shed offers a cabin option (not available in all states).
The loft floor of a lofted Utility can be raised 6″ for an additional cost of $100. This will reduce the available loft space.
If this doesn’t look like the right style for you, check out the Lofted Barn instead.