The Davenport family are avid golfers and wanted to create a space so they could hit the greens no matter the weather with a golf simulator. To accommodate their equipment they needed a shed at least fourteen feet wide and more than twenty feet long. Height was also an issue. The Davenports decided on a structure that would measure fifteen feet wide by twenty-two feet long. The wall height was to be set at eighty-eight and a half inches (7'4") with a roof pitch of 8/12.
Because the shed was going to be used year-round it made sense to completely insulate it including the floor, walls & ceiling. To give them even further comfort, the Davenports intend to install a combination heat and air conditioning system. Baystate also added Hardie Board siding to match the exterior styling of their home.
Permitting became an involved issue taking several months to obtain the necessary building permit. With the assistance of Baystate’s permitting experts, we were able to help the Davenports get the permits they needed for their new golf shed. Once the building permit was issued we began the building process. First, we removed an existing shed and then created the appropriate stone foundation for the new building. A few weeks later we completed the project and the Davenports were ready to install the golf simulator and start enjoying their hobby.
We appreciated all your support during the prolonged permitting process – the construction went smoothly and we are very pleased with the shed.