Delivery Gallery This entry was posted on February 7, 2018 by admin They don't get any tighter than this space The shed was too wide for the grass, we had to roll over the flower bed. Didn't crush the flowers though because we were elevated on 4x4's rolling the shed to the back yard without tearing up the lawn with the truck Gotta be resourceful: we jacked the branch up with the help of our roller to get past the tree...all without having to cut down branches We built and delivered a 5x10 shed because that's all that would fit. Customer didn't want to cut the tree, so we were able to get under it 10x20 tucked under the garage overhang Rolling the shed in past the roof overhang 8x16 vinyl shed just gonna make it 8x12 shed going through a tight space Rolling the shed off the trailer onto our bridge to keep it level. We tied the bush back rather than chopping it up to get the shed in. Tilting the shed off the trailer, then roll it into place. Our short shed trailer and cabover truck can get into some tight spaces The Kemptons are strong! Pull back those hedges!! We're going to need to pull those hedges back for the shed to make it through. 6x10 shed with less than an inch of room before hitting the fence and deck. 8x12 shed tight against the house under the overhang or the garage. 8 foot wide shed just made it through. 10x16 shed that almost didn't make it 8x8 shed that couldn't be turned in place. So we turned it on the trailer and carefully backed it in place. 8x8 shed in a 9-foot space We made a bridge using 4x4's to stay level with the elevated landscaping so the shed could be rolled on through.