New TUFF SHED Location Open in Elizabethtown, KY.

2 Comments | Aug 21, 2012 |  Newsworthy

TUFF SHED, Inc., America’s leading supplier of installed storage buildings and garages, has opened a new retail showroom location in Elizabethtown, Ky.

The new sales lot in Elizabethtown is located at 5166 N. Dixie Highway near Freeman Lake Park. To visit this site, located approximately an hour south of Louisville, customers should take exit 102 off of Interstate 65 South to Dixie Highway. This TUFF SHED location, which officially opened for business Aug. 13, 2012, serves the entire Southern Kentucky area including Bowling Green, Hopkinsville and Paducah.

The new showroom will feature TUFF SHED’s full-line of storage buildings, including some from TUFF SHED’s top-of-the line Premier PRO Series. TUFF SHED PRO Series buildings were rated a Best Buy by a leading consumer magazine. TUFF SHED has been serving Kentucky area customers since they opened their Louisville factory-direct location in March 2003.

TUFF SHED’s Louisville General Manager Chuck Behrendt said that this new retail showroom was established in order to better serve their Southern Kentucky area customers by offering better accessibility.

“We’ve seen an increase in demand for our products in the Elizabethtown area,” Behrendt said. “So we wanted to branch out and establish a sales lot to better meet those customers’ needs.”

Founded in 1981, TUFF SHED is based in Denver, Colorado, and has 43 company-owned manufacturing facilities and roughly 800 employees providing local service to customers around the country. The company has a longstanding tradition of providing premium products and outstanding customer service. All TUFF SHED buildings include on-site delivery and installation, plus industry-leading warranty coverage. To view an assortment of innovatively engineered TUFF SHED buildings, visit

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2 thoughts on “New TUFF SHED Location Open in Elizabethtown, KY.

  1. I have a mobile home that is 16×20 with a flat roof. We have added a screened in porch on one side. Can the porch roof be removed and a complete 2nd floor be added over both with a prefab tuff shed? Maybe in two sections? 8×10 and 8×10? I have purchased a 10 x 12 shed and love it.
    Tammy Wallace

    1. Hi Tamara,

      That sounds like an awesome build! We would recommend speaking with your local Tuff Shed team to configure a plan and blueprints for the building. They’ll be able to help you determine the best build and style for your needs as well as answering all your questions. Thanks for reaching out and we’re glad to hear you’re enjoying your Tuff Shed building!

      Update: We’ve also forwarded your information and request on to our representative team and they’ll be reaching out to your local Tuff Shed Team as well.

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