Constructed from heavy-duty steel for durability, these are the only single door access on the market. Each of our Doors come with Hydraulic Assisted Lifters, an Outside Keyed Entry and Fully Welded Seams. [View Video]
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PopularMechnics has plans for pretty much everything you can build for the house and around the house. Therefore, a properly engineered firewood shed couldn’t miss from the list. You can use this shed for storing firewood and small logs so you can dry them and be ready for the cold season. The lean to roof makes this structure easy to build and the front and back openings lets the air flow to dry the wood quickly. MORE >>
Building your own shed is an enjoyable task that will pay you back with 96 square foot of room for all of your outdoor equipment and furniture.
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First, you need to build the floor frame. Drill pilot holes through the 16′ ft joists and insert 3 1/2″ screws into the perpendicular components. Align the edges flush and check if the corners are square. Place the joists every 24″ on center.
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Flip the 4″ x 4″ over to complete your cut. This will give you two posts the exact same height.
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Assemble this easy-to-build storage locker to use as a lawn mower shed, garden storage shed or both! This storage locker is low and compact, yet spacious enough for lawn mower storage, plus all your long-handled tools and gardening materials. In this article, we’ll show you how to build this attractive outdoor storage locker using easy construction techniques. It’s a great project for beginners looking to expand their building skills.
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Couldn't be happier with our new shed. We finally decided to go with Shed City instead of building our own from scratch or buying a kit and Shed City was definitely the way to go. Shed was delivered on time and placed right where we wanted it with no hassles. We'll definitely be talking to Mitch again once our "stuff" collection outgrows this one. Mike Atwood 8 months ago
Cut one end of fourteen 5/8″ x 5″ boards at a 22.5˚ angle. Then line up and mark the other end against your structure. For a clean look, allow 5/8″ to overlap the back of the structure to hide the ends of the back cladding. (I suggest measuring and cutting your angled 5/8″ boards as you go. I have a 1/2″ variance in width along my sides.)