Tuff Shed Door Options

The door is the most important part of a shed. It is easily the most significant moving part of the building, and an item that the shed owner will use every time they enter the building.

Over time, a basic wood-framed door tends to succumb to the elements – they warp, they won’t close properly, etc. But not at TUFF SHED. Our door is one of a kind and is super heavy-duty, with a patented steel-reinforced design that is sheeted on both sides with LP engineered wood. It won’t twist or warp. Our heavy-duty hinges (each rated at 500 pounds) mean the door won’t sag. And our patented locking handle gives our customers security and easy access at the same time.

Plus, we still give you the freedom to customize your door. Choose to add a double door, add an additional single door, choose where the door is placed, which way it opens, add our in-the-door windows, choose what decorative trim designs are included and even what color the door is painted.

Upgrade the look of your TUFF SHED building with door options:

  • Our in-the-door window option, which can be added to a variety of TUFF SHED doors, provide natural light and are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. And the best part is this upgrade can be added to our shed doors for just $89 each on a single door or $59 each on double doors.
  • We also offer two styles of upgraded door trim packages. Upgrade the look of your TUFF SHED storage building with TUFF SHED’s Crossbuck Design or Wainscot Design.Decorative designs can be added to TUFF SHED doors for $39 for a single door or $59 for double doors.
  • Add a roll up, overhead door. Many of our taller models will accommodate a 4×6 roll up canister door for $413.

 

32 replies
  1. Callie Marie
    Callie Marie says:

    I didn’t know that overhead doors were an option for sheds! I thought only garages could have something like that installed. A roll up door would make it really easy to store big things like lawnmowers.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hey Paul,
      We don’t sell single parts and pieces, but you could contact your local Tuff Shed dealer and see if there is anything they can do for you.

      Thanks,
      Tuff Shed

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Edgar,

      Yes we can place doors that do not have hinges on the outside. These would not be Tuff Shed doors though. If your plans are to place a new door in the opening of a previous door there would most likely be some adjustments and custom work to fit it to the existing opening. If it’s a new building, and you know what door you want on the shed, we’ll build the shed with the proper door frame to match your door. The best thing to do is contact your local Tuff Shed location, and speak to one of our Sales and Design Consultants. Thanks.

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    • Paul M.
      Paul M. says:

      I would get the security package added to the door. They use bolts that are secured from the inside the shed so no one can pop the door off from the outside. Best $55 I ever spent.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hey Rod,

      You certainly can. You’ll need to contact your local Tuff Shed retail location. Before they can get you doors they’ll need to know the model, size, age, etc. to know what they’re working with. If you want to email me at ccare@tuffshed.com with your contact info and zip code, I can have one of the local reps reach out to you directly. Thanks.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Ken,

      All you have to do is contact your local Tuff Shed Retail location and provide them with your building’s serial number. The serial plate can be located above the shed’s door.

      Thanks.

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      • Ken
        Ken says:

        I contacted the Home Depot who didn’t have a clue about keys and they referred me to the local Tuff Shed Representative. He told me that since my Tuff Shed is an older model he didn’t have the keys. My key is stamped TS01. Can you help me please!

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          • Tuff Shed Rep
            Tuff Shed Rep says:

            Hi Scott,

            All you’ll need to do is contact your local Tuff Shed team and speak with them about a replacement key. They’ll need the serial number on your shed, which located on the Tuff Shed nameplate, typically installed above your door on the outside of the building. Please let us know if you have any other questions!

  2. Therese
    Therese says:

    I may sound like a Debbie Downer here but after having my shed broken into a few days ago (after many years here that’s the first time, so I AM lucky!) I would like to be ready for when they choose not to bash in a window and choose instead to go for the handle/lock with a crowbar. So two questions: if/when that happens, do I contact Tuff Shed to buy a replacement handle/lock? Second, do you have another/additional security option? I really like my Tuff Shed, it’s the 6′ basic one door, two windows version, prepainted, etc. – great purchase.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Therese,

      So sorry to hear about your shed being broken into. To answer your questions, if you need a new lock and key please contact your local Tuff Shed retail store. They’ll help you get a new one for your Tuff Shed building. Be sure to have your Tuff Shed Serial Number on hand. If you’re looking for something more secure than our patented door handle, your local Tuff Shed representative will also help you that. You can place a variety of doors and/or locking systems into your shed. Reach out to them, and they’ll help you figure out what works best for you. Thanks.

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  3. Dauma Grava
    Dauma Grava says:

    My Tuff Shed door has weathered many storms in the Rockies and has come off its hinges and fallen apart, warped (wood). Where can I get a replacement door and have it installed? The structure itself has held up over the years. Thanks!

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    • Tuff Shed
      Tuff Shed says:

      Hi Dauma, thanks for reaching out, we’re sorry to hear that the door on your building has been damaged. If you reach out to the Tuff Shed location where you purchased the building and provide the serial number on your shed. They’ll be able to help from there!

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  4. Rich
    Rich says:

    We purchased a Premier Tall Barn Style Tuff Shed (12×16) for our baseball program, but have handed out so many keys that we need to get it back under control. Can I get the lock in the handle changed, or can we purchase just the outside handle with the lock? We purchased through Home Depot and they couldn’t help.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Rich, thanks for reaching out. If you take a look at the serial tag (located above the door) you’ll find a serial number on the name plate. You can contact your local Tuff Shed team and provide them with that serial number and they’ll be able to help you from there.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Monique,

      We’re sorry to hear that! You can get a new set of keys by providing your shed serial number, located on the metal plate above the door, and your lock number to the Tuff Shed location where you purchased your building. If you have any questions feel free to give us a call or email us at ccare@tuffshed.com.

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  5. Christine
    Christine says:

    Hello Im going and doing the building the shed online I have the pamphlet from the dealer, however especially in the door section there are no explanations of what the items are, what they look like or the details behind them. Where can I easily get this information without having to make the trip out to the dealer?

    If there was a place that went into detail about every option with photos that would be amazing. the sheet the dealer gave me does not go into options at all.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Christine,

      That sounds like a great idea! As of now, the best way to make sure you have the custom door you’re looking for is to speak directly with a Tuff Shed team member. You can also take a look at some of our past blogs to find a door style that fits your needs. If you’d like to give your local team a call they’ll be happy to run through the options with you and make sure you’ve found the door you’d like.

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  6. Glenn R
    Glenn R says:

    I have (2) sheds, One w/ 2 doors and one w/ one door. I need the door locks switched,so one key opens both doors, and the other will have a separate key. Do you have a video or step by step on how to disassemble and reassemble door locks on a Tuff Shed ?

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Glenn,

      Since we have a patented design for our locks, we don’t have a step by step process available to disassemble and reassemble them. We apologize for the inconvenience. We recommend speaking with your local team, they should be able to provide assistance. Thank you!

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Charlie, thanks for checking in! For projects like this, we recommend speaking with your local Tuff Shed team about the insulation you plan to use. Typically with radiant barrier in the building we don’t recommend adding additional insulation, but your local team will be able to help further. Please let us know if you have any other questions!

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  7. Bill Berner
    Bill Berner says:

    Anyone know where I can find a picture of a tough shed canister door? I’m trying to finalize my plan, and I think I want the 4′ canister door, but I’d like to at least see a picture first

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Bill, great question. We recommend reaching out to your local Tuff Shed team as they will have a number of photos of the canister door available to show you. Please let us know if you have any other questions!

      Reply

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