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Introducing our Mega Shed!

The Mega shed for the guy with lots of tools, for the guy who tinkers on cars, or has lots of "stuff" to store. We can build up to 16' wide and up to 48' long! If you are in need of a super sized shed, come see us. We specialize in the "BIG" stuff! 4x6 treated skids, 2x6 treated joist 16" OC, 3/4" T&G flooring. We can put the joist 12" OC for the really heavy stuff.
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May Special!
Buy any building with Log Siding and get a FREE carpenter bee trap!
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How To Build A Raised Garden Bed With Cover

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This raised garden bed with cover allows you to grow garden produce, while keeping them protected all year around.
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STORAGE BUILDING SPECIAL!
If you order a storage building in April, we will give you one of the following: free window, 10' work bench, or a 4' loft. You pick!

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Well, my hens have kicked it into high gear and we are starting to get a backlog of eggs. I thought I'd share a previous post of yummy ways to use up all those extra eggs.
The girls are now laying an average of 7.36 eggs a day. With such a flush of eggy goodness the problem arises of what to do with them all. After all, one can only eat so much egg salad or so many omelets. Here are 5 recipes t...
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The dream to live off the land and be self-sufficient sent Dan and Barbara Tedesco to Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee, ten years ago to settle on a 45-acre farmstead. They had researched homesteading while living in Florida, and when Dan’s company downsized, it seemed like the perfect time to make a move...
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8 Human Powered Washers That Don't Need Electricity To Operate

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Off the grid? No problem. Camping holiday? No problem. Want some exercise while you save money? No problem. All you need is one of these nifty people-powered’ washing machines…
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Spring Storage Building Special !!!

Order a storage building in April and we will give you one of the following FREE:

24x36 window
10' work bench
4' loft.

We custom build to match your house using 2 coats of Sherman Williams paint with white trim at no extra charge. 40 year metal roof with many colors to choose from. We don’t get off the driveway with our truck and trailer so you don’t have to worry about  damage to your yard. We use our mule and roll them in on flotation tires.

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Here's a picture of one of our country cabins back in the winter's snow.

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1051 Nolan Rd Cumberland Furnace, TN 37051
1051 Nolan RoadUSTennesseeCumberland Furnace37051
(615) 789-0062hilltopstructures.com
Portable Building Manufacturer, Log Home Builder
Portable Building Manufacturer
Log Home Builder
Amish Furniture Store
Shed Builder
Today 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 3:00 pmSunday Closed
Hilltop Structures manufactures and sells portable Storage buildings, horse barns, chicken coops, offices, hobby workshops, play houses, garages, small log cabins, sheds and more to Nashville area and all of middle Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama and more. 
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