Heavy Duty, Patented Door

10 Comments | Sep 23, 2013 |  Get To Know Tuff Shed

The door, it has been said, is one of the most important element 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. But for the typical shed builder, building a door that looks great, performs well, and stands the test of time can be a really difficult challenge.

Fortunately for TUFF SHED and our customers, the TUFF SHED door is one of a kind. It 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.

Finally, our customers have door options, giving you the freedom to add a double door, add an additional single door, choose where the door is placed, which way it opens, what decorative trim designs are included and even what color the door is painted.

Some of the particulars relating to doors varies by TUFF SHED building model, such as standard door height or possible door placement, but whichever model you choose, we guarantee you’ll be receiving a TUFF SHED door that is legendary in its quality.

10 thoughts on “Heavy Duty, Patented Door

    1. Hi Barry, great question! If you’re looking to replace the doors on your Tuff Shed building due to a warranty issue, your local Tuff Shed team will be happy to help. Unfortunately, if you’d like to purchase the doors separately, we are unable to sell components of our buildings due to our patents. We hope this helps.

  1. My 12-15 yr old Tuff Shed’s door sags and has a big gap at the top.. does Tuff Shed repair/ rehang doors and how much will it cost?

    1. Hi Pat, great question. We recommend giving your local Tuff Shed team a call about repairing the door on your building. They’ll be able to provide more information on repairing the door for your building. You can find the contact information for the office nearest you on our website here: https://www.tuffshed.com/locate/.

  2. I own a tuff shed and purchased metal ramps that are about 48″ in width. The doors to the tuff shed with the ramps will not close because of the door over hang. Do you have a fix that can allow me to have the ramps attached to the shed and close the doors?

    1. Hi Glenn, we’re sorry to hear about that. We recommend contacting your local Tuff Shed team to order a replacement set of ramps for your building. Please let us know if you have any other questions!

  3. I recently purchased a property that had a Tuff Shed on it. The owner has lost the keys to the door. What are my options to buying replacement keys or a new door latch assembly?

    1. Hi Mike, all you’ll need to do is contact your local Tuff Shed team with the serial number of the shed. The number can be found on the plate above the door. Give them a call and provide the number and they’ll put in an order for a new set of keys for you.

  4. My tuff shed door is hard to close – I assume because it has settled, but the door is no longer aligned properly. I can close it if I kick it with my foot, but I suspect it is only getting worse. Is there an adjustment I can make to fix it?

    1. Hi David, we’re sorry to hear about the settling issue with the door on your shed. We recommend giving your local Tuff Shed team a call, as they’ll be able to property evaluate the issue and help to find a solution.

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