One major difference between this building and the standard workshop is the steeper roof pitch.
Whether you want to store tools, a snowblower or lawn furniture, this 168 square foot shed gives you all the extra room you need. .
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Looking for a space-saving backyard structure to fill with gardening supplies, landscaping tools, or anything else you need to store? With a roof that slopes down from the rear rather than peaking in the center, a lean-to shed might just fit the bill!
In order to give your shed a nice appearance, as well as to protect the walls from rot, you should install a 10” front and a back overhang. Therefore, secure a truss to the exterior of the shed to the inner rafters, using 3 1/2″ wood screws. Afterwards, fit the end rafters to the roof, using 2×4 blockings and 3” screws. Pre-drill pilot holes in the end rafters, to prevent the wood from splitting.
When you invest in portable outdoor protection, you need something that is built to last. That’s why Rhino Shelters uses the highest quality materials to create our products.
The Dutch Barn as seen on the left is one of our more popular larger style sheds. This shed is big enough for most lawn care equipment including riding lawn mowers, most general storage, sports equipment, and also patio/pool supplies. This storage shed is even big enough to fit one car! Try the shed calculator tool to get a visual idea of what all could be stored in this shed.
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DIY Firewood Storage Rack | Free printable plans on buildsomething.com | Keep your fireplace stocked with this firewood storage rack. The lower area holds your fire logs securely, while the upper area is a great place for keeping kindling. You can build one in just a couple of hours using four boards, a miter saw (or circular saw), a jigsaw, a drill, and a Kreg Jig.
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Our portable storage buildings are available with wood or steel framing, depending on your preference.
We can only fit so much stuff in our garages, basements and closets. More often than not, parents need that extra space to house toys, winter clothes or any other item we don’t utilize 365 days a year. Bear in mind, the longer you keep household items outside, the more imperative shed insulation will be. Don’t worry, insulating is very easy and quite similar to garage insulation. See How To Insulate A Garage Door.
Step 3: Add Features (Electric, Lofts, Windows, Shutters, Flowerboxes, Doors, Garage Doors)