Our Heritage

About Wright’s Shed Co.

Building Sheds the Wright Way since 1997.

Over two-decades of excellence

As the grandson of a carpenter and the son of a florist, Daniel Wright developed a love for building and aesthetics at a young age. At 13 years old, Wright, with his brothers, built from scratch a new family home. Two years later they built a second. This pattern of building, living in, and selling homes was not only an important source of income for the Wright family, but it laid the foundation for Daniel’s knowledge and interest in quality wood and metal work.

In 1997, at age 16, Daniel and his brother Chad leveraged their expertise and experience to create Wright’s Shed Company. In the 20 plus years since its founding, Wright’s Shed Co. has experienced steady, sustained success.

Today, Dan Wright builds Sheds, Chicken Coops, and more all throughout Utah and Idaho. Dan and his employees work out of their Kaysville, Utah warehouse. Chad has moved out to Nebraska where he currently builds Sheds, Detached Garages, Pergolas, Chicken Coops and more out of his Greenwood, Nebraska warehouse for customers in Iowa and Nebraska.

Over the last 2 plus decades both Dan and Chad have worked hard to gain and satisfy their customers. They believe the reason for their success is keeping a low overhead and running a debt free operation. This enables them to pass the savings on to their customers.

Leadership Team 

Meet Our Owners

Dan Wright

Dan Wright

Co-Founder | Owner of Wright's Shed Co.

Phone: (801) 787-0475
Email: info@wrightsheds.com

Chad Wright

Chad Wright

Co-Founder | Owner of Wright's Shed Co. Nebraska/Iowa

Phone: (402) 408-9798
Email: chad@wrightsheds.com

Our Wright’s Shed Story 

Since 1997

Utah

(801) 787-0475
info@wrightsheds.com


483 Market Street, Kaysville, UT 84037, United States 

Nebraska

(402) 408-9798
chad@wrightsheds.com


13015 238th St, Greenwood, NE 68366, United States

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