Long Island Shed Builders Custom Makes Quality Sheds, Garages, and More

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Custom-built shed for a client in Great River (Courtesy Long Island Shed Builders)

Long Island Shed Builders Custom Makes Quality Sheds, Garages, and More

For more than a decade, many Long Islanders have turned to Long Island Shed Builders for their custom sheds and other backyard structures.

The Smithtown-based company is more than what’s in its name: the crew not only builds sheds but also poolhouses, pool bars, swing sets, detached garages, and more. And unlike most shed-building businesses, Long Island Shed Builders custom manufactures with a streamlined process in its 18,500-square-foot facility.

“We have a production line where we pump out our standard buildings,” says owner Zach Pirrello. “Storage sheds are our main business. We consider them portable but they’re meant to be permanent structures.”

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Shed for customer in Kings Park (Courtesy Long Island Shed Builders)

With spring upon us, Long Island Shed Builders enters one of its busy seasons; the other is fall. However, the business remains open year round making shed pieces that the crew can then pull from quickly to assemble when orders start rolling in again, Pirrello says.

The sheds come in two styles: standard and garden. They can be built in any size, color, or style combination that the customer requests. In addition to residential business, the company also services school districts and municipalities that need any type of outdoor structure built. For example, Long Island Shed Builders has made toll booths for Jones Beach State Park and parking structures for Stony Brook University.

“The majority of customers love the quality,” Pirrello says. “They can’t really find anything comparable. We build as close to construction quality as possible.”

Pirrello calls the business a “one-stop shop” because the Long Island Shed Builders crew will remove old structures and install new ones. The company also contracts to relocate structures because they have up-to-date equipment to do so.

For more information, visit longislandshedbuilders.com.

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