4239 Capital Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27604
Closed right now
Mon: 8:30 am-6:00 pm
Tue: 8:30 am-6:00 pm
Wed: 8:30 am-6:00 pm
Thu: 8:30 am-6:00 pm
Fri: 8:30 am-6:00 pm
Sat: 8:30 am-4:00 pm
Sun: Closed

Leonard in Raleigh, NC is your local expert for storage buildings, sheds and truck accessories. Visit our location at 4239 Capital Blvd to tour our pre-built storage sheds, gazebos, playhouses, carports, chicken coops, rabbit hutches, horse barns, dog houses, cat houses, and more. Or come in to place your order for a custom building.

Our vehicle accessories store is on site and we have technicians ready to professionally install accessories and hitches. Leonard's huge selection of V-nose trailers, motorcycle trailers, open utility trailers, and custom trailers in unmatched. We have many available on site, and more coming directly from the factory every day. All can be customized to meet your specific needs.

Reviews

I had a camper top put on my 2014 Silverado by these guys and not only did it arrive before the timeline they told me, they worked around my schedule to put it on and they even washed my truck! Great set of guys at this store. Devin Curtis
Needed a hitch for a bicycle rack. Googled and first hit was a different company. Employee/owner don't know was rude and never called back. Read reviews and seems like the norm. Called Leonard and could not have been more helpful. Got their early for our appointment and took us early. Steve did a great job. Would highly recommend. Fred Shipp
These guys are great - we bought a utility trailer from them and had them install a hitch for towing that. We were very pleased with the trailer and the installation. Recently I bought a truck and went to them for cover options - I was very pleased with their advice and installation of a tonneau cover. Randy Earl
Customer Stories for Leonard Barns

Russel G. from the Raleigh area recently had us build a barn in his backyard.  Actually this was the second barn we have built in his backyard.  The first was to house some equipment for a cattering business he operates called SmokedOutNFried Pit BBQ.  The second one (10x16 PENE barn) pictured above he got to store family furniture after his parents passed away.  At first he considered building an addition to the house, but in the end, he felt a Leonard building with insullation and paneling might work just as well, cost far less, and be fairly easy to get done quickly.  There are a lot ways to solve storage challanges and we hope Leonard can conintue to provide alternatives that make sense for our customers.  Thank you Russel for sharing your story.

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