We provide a list of seven manufacturers of backyard sheds. By Sean O'Neill January 31, 2007 In Backyard Getaways, we pinpointed the pros and cons of prefabricated sheds to add more living space to your home. Below we list some of the companies that make such sheds for delivery across the U.S., unless otherwise noted.Keep in mind that prices are for the sheds or shed kits only; site preparation and installation will cost extra. It's often possible to hire someone to assemble the shed for a few hundred dollars. Price variations largely reflect the quality of the wood, windows and other materials used. All kits are do-it-yourself except those that say installation is included. Each company offers more than one model. (View samples of each manufacturer's offerings in our slide show of ten incredible backyard sheds.) Sponsored Content RELATED LINKS SLIDE SHOW: 10 Incredible Backyard Sheds Backyard Getaways Fabulous Prefabs Cedarshed Gazebos-and-Garden-Sheds.com A panelized kit for an 8-by-12-foot "clubhouse" costs about $3,000, including delivery. Some kits can be ordered at Lowe's stores. Delivery fees may add an extra $500, depending on your distance from the manufacturer, located in British Columbia. GDM/MetroShed Metroshed.com A panelized kit for a 10-by-10-foot shed costs about $7,500. Delivery fees add as much as $550 to the bill. Advertisement Modern Cabana Moderncabana.com A panelized kit for a 10-by-10-foot shed costs about $12,500. Delivery fees add up to $1,000. Modern-Shed Modern-shed.com A panelized kit for a 10-by-12-foot studio costs $11,980, plus delivery fees of between $400 and $2,400. The Shed Shop Shedshop.com Serves customers in the San Francisco area. A basic kit for a 10-by-10-foot backyard room costs about $5,400, including installation. Summerwood Products Summerwood.com A panelized kit for an 8-by-12-foot standard shed costs $4,440, including delivery fees. Advertisement Lindal Cedar Homes lindal.com/sunrooms/gallery The Michael Graves Pavilion line of panelized sheds comes in three models. They are built by Lindal Cedar Homes and sold through Target stores. The Sherwood model is 13-by-13 feet and costs about $10,000, with an additional $3,000 in delivery and installation costs.