General Business

Bulk Purchasing For Contractors

We love contractors. Seriously! We’ve been told they don’t hear it enough, so we’ll say it again – we love contractors.

The day of a contractor is long enough, with plenty of tough decisions to make involving hundreds of different requirements and possibilities… Honestly, while building sheds is fun (and we love nothing less), among a hundred things it’s just another thing to worry about getting absolutely right, particularly when you have to buy ten (10) of them for a new development.

We’re here to help. If you are a registered contractor, please, shoot us an email and we would love to extend a few trade discounts on bulk purchases (and sometimes even one-offs) via our Re-Ward’s program.

Is Labor Outsourced?

We firmly believe in supporting local business, that small businesses harvest big ideas, and remember that we were once a small business, as well.

That being said, we do our best to support the businesses around us, and the people in the area. We try our very best to buy locally sourced parts, use locally cut lumber, and always hire American staff.

While we are highly discerning about the staff we do higher, to assure we only have the best builders out there, occasionally we do open the flood gates and allow for open application for apprenticeship, general building, and management positions. Please, check out our list of available positions if at all interested

Are You Actively Hiring?


We firmly believe Ward’s Sheds is a the greatest place to work in the New England area. If you love building sheds, woodworking, and seeing your hand-crafted creations bring joy to the world, we would love to talk to you.



Unfortunately, as of right now, there are no actively available positions. However, we are ever on the prowl for new and interesting talent in the shed-crafting/woodworking realm. If you think you have what it takes, send us a resume and some photos of you work, and if we’re impressed we may make an exception!

Where Are The Sheds Assembled?

All of our sheds are built at our massive, family-owned shop and warehouse in peaceful Kingston, New Hampshire, just north of the Massachusetts border, roughly an hour outside of Boston. We have been in this space for nearly 50 years, happily doing what we love.

However, the question was “where are they assembled?” While they are built and dry-fit (built without being permanently stuck together) at our shop in Kingston, they are assembled where they are delivered to. We find that putting in all the final nails and screws on-site not only gives us the opportunity to enhance stability and rigidity a bit more, being in its natural environment, but also gives us a chance to let you in on the process, in interested. While we are always available to help, being able to see what goes into assembling a shed will allow you to poke around if need be, as well. Also, it’s kinda fun to watch…