Around the time I had begun shopping around for a new shed — right after I bought my home — I saw a story in the news about Tuff Sheds (Don’t worry… It was good news!)
This 192 square foot storage shed design has a lean-to roof and barn-style double doors for a traditional look. .
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We looked at their sheds and had a hard time deciding which style to buy. Linzi, our salesperson, was patient with us and we ended up buying a display model which saved us quite a bit of money.
In short, we do not recommend building a shed for first-time DIYers. Even assembling a shed from a kit can have its challenges. Though the pieces are pre-cut, the directions can be difficult to follow, and a range of tools must be used.
If you don’t have a nice neighbor getting rid of their old fencing check on Craig’s List or at your nearest Habit ReStore. If you can’t score used pickets you can buy them or substitute plywood for the shelves. Wood Storage Shed Materials: Drill Hammer Circular saw (or hand saw) Miter saw (or hand saw) 3″ exterior decking wood screws 4- 4″ x 4″ x 6′ pressure treated posts 6 – 2″ x 4″ x 10′ pressure treated studs 21 – 5/8″ x 6″ x 6′ pressure treated fence pickets Nailgun (or hammer) 2″ Finish nails 1 – Corrugated Roofing Sheet Roof nails Waterproof washers for nails Clamp Tape measure Pencil Level Sander Sandpaper 2 – 4″ x 4″ cut to 58″ 2 – 4″ x 4″ cut to 68″ 4 – 2″ x 4″ cut to 53″ 5 – 2″ x 4″ cut to 21″ 2 – 2″ x 4″ cut to 63″ 1 – 2″ x 4″ cut to 60″ 2 – 5/8″ x 6″ cut to 59″ 2 – 5/8″ x 6″ cut to 53″ 9 – 5/8″ x 6″ cut to 24″ 7 – 5/8″ x 6′ cut to 60″ 2 – Angled 2″ x 4″ cut at 22.5˚ angle to width to be determined* 14 – Angled 5/8″ x 6″cut at 22.5˚ angle to width to be determined*
Hot tub purchase 07/2021 - From beginning to end the process was professional, informative, courteous and never pushy. The sales team was great and knowledgeable. The planning team was timely and responsive and the install team was ontime (to the minute!) and the setup and training was extremely easy. We love our unit and have been in it almost every day. Agree with advice fro the RU team to test and keep up on it a few times a week to keep it clean and ready to use!
Painting plastic gets a bad rap because plastic is hard and sometimes glossy. Paint needs a rough surface. If your plastic shed is new and shiny, sanding is another method to get paint to stick.
LP shed products feature innovations like the SmartGuard® process to resist fungal decay and termites, SilverTech® radiant barrier products that keep your shed cooler, and SmartFinish® for a uniform, professional-grade appearance inside. They also come backed with some of the best warranties in the industry.
For these reasons, plastic is becoming quite popular with home owners. It's a specifically designed solution to meet your needs.
Two Story Barns and Sheds from Sheds Unlimited take your backyard storage shed to an altogether new level…literally. These Legacy Two Story Sheds and Barns come with subfloor with plenty of space to the second floor. Create a Man Cave or an extra bedroom and enjoy your backyard like never before!
Building a shed can certainly be a cheaper option considering all the money you can save on the purchase cost as well as potential transportation and installation fees.
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Hi Brittany, very good and inspiring plan. I built it with some modifications of my own, and about a quarter of it is reclaimed or repurposed wood. Mine’s the same depth but 8′ long and with roof 9′ long as shingles come in 3′ lengths. I went up a foot higher than yours and reversed the slope of the roof as mine is next to garage wall. Also, I used deck screws instead of nails and handled the footings a little differently. I’d send you pics but don’t see how to. Recommendation: tell folks to make their cuts in the tallest 4×4 before assembling the shed; much easier and safer that way. Regards, Wayne
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