The Top 10 Best 6x6 Sheds You Can Buy and Set up Today

The Top 10 Best 6×6 Sheds

6x6 shed

Because every yard needs a shed…

Even a small yard, that’s why they created the 6x6 shed.

You can get your wheelbarrow, ladder, garden equipment and push mower in there. This is A LOT OF EQUIPMENT for a little shed.

We find it strange how even small yards still require the same amount of equipment to maintain them as large ones do. But the 6x6 HAS THE CAPACITY to do both, saving space whilst creating more of it.

And to MAKE YOUR SEARCH EASIER for this super shed, we've stuck all the best ones in the same place... Enjoy

 NOTE: You might also like the page on 6x6 Shed Plans

6 x 6 Shed Comparison Table

Suncast Blow molded Shed

Suncast Blow molded Shed

1. Blow Molded Storage Shed by Suncast

The easy solution

If you want easy, then this is your shed.

Its easy to assemble. You do need to provide a base (see more info on foundations here), but the shed will go up in an afternoon, with one or two people.

It’s also easy to maintain. Being plastic there is no need to paint or fix any decay or rust. Just stick your equipment in there and you’re done.

Last of all its easy to use. The large double door opening allows access to all of your gardening equipment, wheelbarrow and bicycle.

Overall:

This plastic shed is great at keeping the water out, the easy way. Read homeowner reviews in one click here.

Pros
Cons
No maintenance
Requires strong foundation
Outdoor Living Today Maximizer

Outdoor Living Today Maximizer

2. Maximiser Storage Shed

Tradition, done easy

If your oldskool and like the look of wood, but don’t have the experience or tools to make it from scratch, then this kit is for you.

The shed is panelized, meaning it goes together in panels to save time and effort. And it is made from western red cedar which is strong and naturally resists insects and decay.

There is a large double door opening to make it easy to get your access to your gardening items and wheelbarrow.

The good thing about wood is that it is easily customizable; you can paint it, let it grey off or lacquer it if you wish. The shingles AREN’T included so you can customize the look of the roof too.

Overall:

An easy to build cedar shed, that looks great in any yard. Get yours here.

Pros
Cons
Beautiful looking
A little pricey
Quality siding
Requires shingles
Duramax 30411

Duramax 30411

3. StoreMate Vinyl Shed

The hardhat of sheds

Although it doesn’t look amazing, it’s not looks why we call this shed the hardhat of sheds. It’s because this shed is though, dependable and will still stand up to rough treatment.

When anchored properly, this shed is not afraid of tough conditions. Although it’s a smaller shed, it is tested against 20 lbs per square foot of snow load, and reviewers have had this shed in all kinds of harsh conditions, to see it still standing in their yards.

And with the durability, comes no maintenance issues. No painting, worrying about rot or rust. This makes it a true set and forget shed. Assemble and install it properly, then benefit for years to come.

Overall:

If you’re in the market for a tough SOB, then meet your new shed.

Pros
Cons
Neutral color scheme
Panels feel flimsy
Strong and durable
Requires a base/floor
Arrow Hamlet Shed

Arrow Hamlet Shed

4. The Hamlet by Arrow

An economical solution

If you’re after storage space on a budget, then you can’t go past a metal shed. Not only are they cheap, but they keep the weather out just like a more expensive sheds does.

Metal sheds are also known for lasting. Older metal sheds tend to rust and dint, and although metal sheds are still prone to these, newer models have a better resistance to rust and corrosion.

If your sitting on the fence about metal, then this one comes with a 12 year limited warranty. So at least you know the manufacturer is willing to back their product.

Overall:

This shed is a great economical solution, even though it does require a foundation (added extra.) See the exact price, here.

Pros
Cons
Economical
Requires some added extras
Arrow WL65 Woodlake 6-Feet by 5-Feet Steel Storage Shed

Arrow Woodlake

5. The Woodlake by Arrow

Economical solution

If you’re after storage space on a budget, then you can’t go past a metal shed. Not only are they cheap, but they keep the weather out just like a more expensive sheds does.

Metal sheds are also known for lasting. Older metal sheds tend to rust and dint, and although metal sheds are still prone to these, newer models have a better resistance to rust and corrosion.

If your sitting on the fence about metal, then this one comes with a 12 year limited warranty. So at least you know the manufacturer is willing to back their product.

Overall:

This shed is a great economical solution, even though it does require a foundation (added extra.) See the exact price, here.

Pros
Cons
Economical
Requires some added extras
Durable
There are nicer looking sheds
Aspen Cedar Shake Shed Kit

Aspen Cedar Shake Shed Kit

6. Greenstone Aspen Shed

For the traditionalists

The shed has a traditional look, which is only enhanced by the cedar siding and large framed doors. We like cedar sheds because they give a beautiful and natural look. This shed is no exception.

That traditional know how is visible throughout the design with a large roof overhang the whole way around the shed. Shifting excess water away from the base.

At first glance you can see a very square shed, which includes a square window that lets the natural light flow in, in case you did want work in this shed.

Unlike plastic or metal sheds, cedar is a renewable resource which helps the environment. It also helps the economy because its made in the USA.

Overall:

A great looking shed for a fair price.

Pros
Cons
Traditional looking shed
A little square
Overhang keeps water away
Sits high off the ground
Suncast Large Storeage Shed

Suncast Large Storeage Shed

7. Suncast Storage Shed, Large

Storage superiority

Want to get your yard and garage into shape? There’s no better way than this military inspired storage shed.

You can get all of your yard equipment in including a ladder, wheelbarrow and push mower. So it’s practical, and durable. Being plastic it will take harsh conditions quite well and keep the rain out.

For extra storage options you are able to make shelves (instructions come with the shed) to fit inside the shed. Which will help keep your gear organized.

Overall:

It looks smart and provides some neat and tidy storage.

Pros
Cons
Smart looking shed
Requires flat, level base
Quick and easy assembly
Cannot paint or customize
Colonial Storage Shed

Colonial Storage Shed

8. Colonial Storage Shed

The new centerpiece for your garden

This unique shed gets attention, from any angle. Its as pretty as a picture, and is the perfect shed to accompany your yard, but also store all your garden tools.

Solid wood double doors open to give easy access inside, and a large window lets in natural light. It is quite tall with 6ft sidewalls and a total height of 9’7” (including cupola), which is nice for taller folk.

The shed ships ready to paint, and requires a few bundles of shingles to complete. Almost everything is included so it could be a great project for you and the family.

Overall:

A nice piece to finish a beautiful garden.

Pros
Cons
Distinctive footprint
A little pricey
Beautiful looking shed
Requires painting
ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box

ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box

9. Shed-In-A-Box by ShelterLogic

A temporary solution

Sometimes you don’t want something permanent. Maybe you’re renting or you need to move your storage around, or you only need a seasonal solution.

Whatever the reason this steel framed, polyethylene covered shed can help. The footprint is the same, 6x6 ft, but it is cheaper and easier to setup than any of its rivals.

It does have its down sides as well. For one there is no floor, so the ground underneath the shed can get wet. It is also noisy in the wind and strong winds will eventually rip and tear at the cover.

Overall:

It’s hard to recommend or not recommend, but it is great for a portable, quick solution that will fit in the trunk of your car. See what REAL HOMEOWNERS thought of theirs here.

Pros
Cons
Quick and easy assembly
Items can get wet from ground
Assembles almost anywhere
Fabric will eventually tear
Flower House XL

Flower House XL

10. Walk in Storage House - XL

Temporary, temporary!

This solution is more like a tent than a shed.

It is a cost effective solution, for those in warm climates to keep the sun and light rain off. It will not hold up well against strong weather conditions.

This is a quick temporary solution to store your items. Some homeowners complain that the floor gets wet, and the fabric tears after a period of time. This can be due to snagging the fabric during assembly, or it rubbing against something.

The Walk in Storage house is nota bad solution, it’s just that it’s probably past its use by date when that starts happening.

Overall:

For these reasons we don’t recommend this as a permanent solution. Just a temporary one, for nice, calm weather. Read the reviews here.

Pros
Cons
Cheap
Temporary solution only
Everything included
Fabric material can fray easily

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