Backyard Structures

The Best Quality at an affordable price – to meet your storage needs. 7 Reasons Why Yoder’s Backyard Structures is right for you! ** New Storage Shed/Garage Visualizer ** It’s fast and easy to find the perfect size shed or garage with our new structure visualizer. Use this handy virtual tool to choose any size shed or garage we offer and load it up with stuff. You’ll know immediately if the size you want will meet your storage needs. Try Our New Visualizer! > Hand-Built to Last Hand built by Amish and Mennonite craftsmen in their communities throughout PA & OH our sheds, gazebos and playhouses are built to last with exquisite details that make a gorgeous addition to any backyard. Delivered Fully Assembled & Ready to Use Yoder’s Backyard Structures delivers sheds, gazebos, & playhouses fully assembled and ready to use the same day. This enables us to deliver better quality, at less cost than most of our competitors. Service You Can Count On Family owned and operated, Yoder’s Backyard Structures is committed to providing the best service possible. Have questions? We’re ready to help you find the best shed, gazebo or playhouse for your needs. See Our Sheds Before You Buy We keep a variety of sheds, gazebos and playhouses on display at our Burgettstown location. Our sheds are always open, so feel free to take a look inside, even after hours. 10 Year Warranty All of our backyard structures come with a complete 10 year limited warranty and our satisfaction guarantee! On-Site Consultation Not sure where your new shed, gazebo or playhouse will look best in your yard or garden? Need help deciding on colors, styles or sizing options that will match your yard decor? Take advantage of our on-site consultation service! We’ll visit your location and help you make all the right decisions! To schedule an on-site consultation, just call 947-9741 or fill out our contact form. We Also Sell Hunting Blinds This blind has all the luxuries is packed with many different luxury features. It’s roomy interior makes it easy to hunt with a partner or cameraman. Watch Our Video Click on the video thumbnail above to watch our shed delivery video. Storage Sheds Great structures, offering attractive and affordable protection for mowers, lawn equipment, quads, bikes and more. View Storage Sheds > Gazebos Whether you want to build an intimate area for romantic stargazing or the perfect spot for pool parties, our gazebos fit the bill nicely. View Gazebos > Playhouses Create a fun and safe play area in your backyard with our quality playhouses, available in 2 unique lines to match your style! View Playhouses> Garages Safely store your classic car, garden equipment, or bicycles, with plenty of space for al the extra tools and vehicle accessories. View Garages > Animal Shelters Man’s best friend will surely like these accommodations. Available with feed storage room or finished interior upgrade. View Animal Shelters>backyard structures 1The Best Quality at an affordable price – to meet your storage needs. 7 Reasons Why Yoder’s Backyard Structures is right for you! ** New Storage Shed/Garage Visualizer ** It’s fast and easy to find the perfect size shed or garage with our new structure visualizer. Use this handy virtual tool to choose any size shed or garage we offer and load it up with stuff. You’ll know immediately if the size you want will meet your storage needs. Try Our New Visualizer! > Hand-Built to Last Hand built by Amish and Mennonite craftsmen in their communities throughout PA & OH our sheds, gazebos and playhouses are built to last with exquisite details that make a gorgeous addition to any backyard. Delivered Fully Assembled & Ready to Use Yoder’s Backyard Structures delivers sheds, gazebos, & playhouses fully assembled and ready to use the same day. This enables us to deliver better quality, at less cost than most of our competitors. Service You Can Count On Family owned and operated, Yoder’s Backyard Structures is committed to providing the best service possible. Have questions? We’re ready to help you find the best shed, gazebo or playhouse for your needs. See Our Sheds Before You Buy We keep a variety of sheds, gazebos and playhouses on display at our Burgettstown location. Our sheds are always open, so feel free to take a look inside, even after hours. 10 Year Warranty All of our backyard structures come with a complete 10 year limited warranty and our satisfaction guarantee! On-Site Consultation Not sure where your new shed, gazebo or playhouse will look best in your yard or garden? Need help deciding on colors, styles or sizing options that will match your yard decor? Take advantage of our on-site consultation service! We’ll visit your location and help you make all the right decisions! To schedule an on-site consultation, just call 947-9741 or fill out our contact form. We Also Sell Hunting Blinds This blind has all the luxuries is packed with many different luxury features. It’s roomy interior makes it easy to hunt with a partner or cameraman. Watch Our Video Click on the video thumbnail above to watch our shed delivery video.backyard structures 2Extend Your Home Think of your outdoor space as an extension of your home. This backyard, designed by Juergen Partridge Limited is an excellent example. Here, a Douglas fir pergola provides structure over the back patio, while the composite decking deck connects the entries of the house acting as an outdoor hallway. Plan for the Seasons When it comes to creating an outdoor space, designer Heather Lashbrook Jones of a Blade of Grass Landscape Design says, “Design for all seasons, but always include something exciting for early spring, when you’ll likely be starved for color.” Heather and her team made this patio a year-round destination with beautiful flowers that spill over the fieldstone walls in spring and summer, as well as a built-in fire pit for the cooler months. Create an Outdoor Haven Use your outdoor space as a place to get away from it all. Designer Matt Partridge of Juergen Partridge Limited creates a stunning getaway with a pond surrounded by birch trees, which provide the perfect canvas for showing off the aquatic lighting at night. A small waterfall keeps the water moving to prevent mosquitoes and provide ambient noise. The cedar pergola creates a ceiling above the sitting space, tying the cooking, lounging and walkway from the home together. Prioritize Your Wants When planning an outdoor space, think about your lifestyle and how you’ll use it — whether as a recreational area for a young, active family or as a private, serene spot for relaxing and reading. Designer Matt Partridge of Juergen Partridge Limited covered all the bases here with multiple structures that provide shady, gathering spots on even the hottest days. To enhance the woodwork, he applied multiple stain colors to the cedar structure and decks. Use Structures to Define Spaces Before designer Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates Inc. worked her magic, this area was simply a place for parking cars. Mimicking walls around the perimeter of the property, she built a wall to separate the car park area from the now lush interior courtyard. Century-old salvaged doors lead guests straight to the home’s entrance through a garden of easy-to-maintain succulents. Use Locally Sourced Materials Whenever possible, use local materials so structures better fit into the natural surroundings. Designer Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates Inc. chose native fieldstone to build this 18-foot-long bench. To create the table, she used an eight-foot-long by three-foot-wide stone slab found on the property. Not only does it reflect the area, but locally sourced materials are also a real money saver. Be True to the Home’s Style To match the hacienda-style architecture of this home, designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene uses four runnels, commonly found in Spanish architecture, to feed water into the pool. The runnels also help to visually tie the pergola into the pool area for a more harmonious feel. Bring on the Style Dining alfresco can be as elegant as indoor dinner parties. Designer Brian Thompson of Thompson Custom Homes creates a rustic outdoor kitchen and dining area complete with chandelier. Blue stone tile grounds the space, while distressed Douglas fir beams on the ceiling and knotty cedar cabinets in the adjacent kitchen give the space a true Old World feel. Introduce Ambiance Warm up your patio or deck with a dramatic outdoor fireplace. Designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene creates a 12-foot-long fire trough featuring brilliant blue stones for a splash of color. A built-in bench made of concrete with a stucco veneer is the perfect spot for lounging poolside, while throw pillows in navy-and-white fabrics add comfort and mimic the blue from the fire trough. Add Some Shade A classic outdoor structure, the pergola, provides a shaded spot for this seating area. Woody vines are trained over the latticework to create an elegant atmosphere. Photo courtesy of Trex Create the Unexpected For this barbeque countertop, designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene had it hand-seeded with a variety of colored glass. The countertop comes alive at night when fiber-optic cables attached to glass pieces throughout create a glittering, glowing effect. Cozy Conversations When building an outdoor space, include a conversation area in a “U” or “O” shape anchored by a fireplace, suggests designer Brian Thompson of Thompson Custom Homes. For this outdoor living room, he paired distressed wood beams with muted brick walls for a casual, weathered look. Break It Up When designing a large outdoor space, designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene says to break the area into different outdoor rooms. Using a variety of structures, like pergolas, an outdoor kitchen and even a built-in bench, allows Scott to create multiple gathering spots for this family, who loves to entertain. Design for Nature Keep the elements in mind when designing for the outdoors. A large awning covers the deck to make the southern-exposed backyard more comfortable during the day, while a tall patinated copper water feature provides a soothing sound to block any outside noises. Plantings are layered to blend into the slope, allowing the property to feel larger. Design by Juergen Partridge Limited It’s All About Balance For a successful outdoor design, it’s important to strike a balance between the hardscape and softscape. “Flowers help to visually cool the area and make it more comfortable,” says designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene. Here, the custom stacked stone fireplace is flanked with large flower-filled urns. Hedges and and a lush lawn also soften the space. Rooms With a View Designer Heather Lashbrook Jones of a Blade of Grass Landscape Design suggests to prioritize the areas that will be seen the most. From their back windows, the homeowners overlook a lovely bluestone patio so Heather chose to bump up this area’s wow factor with low stacked stone walls that define the outdoor living and dining areas. To cozy up the seating area, she added a custom outdoor fireplace constructed of American and Corinthian granite. Find the Right Materials Constant exposure to the elements means outdoor structures must be durable as well as beautiful. Here, designer Scott Cohen of The Green Scene chose concrete, cast to resemble wood planks, for a sturdy bridge. “Concrete is a terrific material for outdoor design because it needs little maintenance and will look better with age,” says Cohen. Get Creative With Seating Perfect for entertaining large parties, a built-in bench curves around the entire lower section of the deck. Planter boxes are integrated into the bench, bringing lushness to the deck. A band of composite decking in a different shade visually separates the stacked stone fire pit area. Photo courtesy of Trex Work With the Strengths Maximize a property’s strongest asset, says designer Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates Inc. like the panoramic vista of this garden. Terracing allows for a low perimeter wall, creating an uninterrupted view. Imaginative Decking Leave the standard deck behind, and create a one-of-a-kind design with two-toned boards and circular inlays. Not only do they add visual interest, but they also create defined spots for gathering. Photo courtesy of Trex

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