Floor System

4 Comments | Jan 07, 2014 |  Get To Know Tuff Shed

Our floors are so innovative and durable, they set us apart. TUFF SHED revolutionized the shed industry by incorporating 2″x6″ hot-dipped galvanized steel floor joists, ensuring the building’s solid foundation for years to come. And better yet, this floor system comes standard on our Premier and Premier PRO Series buildings.

We’ve added LP SmartFloor Plus, a sturdy 3/4″ thick tongue and groove material that’s treated to resist insect and moisture damage, and comes with a high-tech resin overlay that looks great, adds traction and eliminates splinters.

Stomp on it and FEEL the strength!

4 thoughts on “Floor System

  1. My son just bought a house with what appears to be a tuff shed in the backyard. It’s really nice, but it has a crowned floor. I’m hoping someone could shed some light on why this is (pun intended)…
    Larry

    1. Hi Larry, we appreciate the pun! As for the floor, we recommend giving your local office a call, they’ll be able to better determine what is happening with the flooring and what they can do to help. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

  2. I too bought a house with a tough shed in the back yard. It appeared to be in good shape but after having plastic bins on the floor for a year I recently moved them and found mold under the bins. I think the floor system has settled into the ground below. I was hoping to see a print or something so I can plan how to remove the top of the shed and solidify the footing under the floor. The floor boards are pretty much ruined. I realize this is not Tough she’d fault I am just looking for some help. Thanks in advance.

    1. Hi Kurt, we’re sorry to hear about the issue with the flooring in your building. We recommend giving your local office a call as they’ll be able to provide the best advice for repairing the flooring. You can find the contact information for the local office on our website here: https://www.tuffshed.com/locate/. Please let us know if you have any other questions!

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