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BUILD a SHED | WORKSHOP part 2 | The concrete workshop base.

You will use this for the posts where you will attach your roof later on. Place the posts inside and pour cement to hold them in. Step 4. You can now pour in your cement for your foundation; it should be about six inches deep and make sure to level it. Leave to completely dry. When completely dry, lay out your bricks. The advantages though far outweigh the disadvantages mentioned. Not many of us really uses heavy machineries. As a matter of fact, storage sheds are mostly used as workshops, garden tool storage and for housing other small belongings. Its transfer capability is one of its strogest points, so you would be able to have the power to customize your garden and give it a fresh new look every time you want. Think about it, steel buildings and homes have been used to house human beings, so wouldn t it be sensible that it too would be safe not only in storing your belongings, but even animals? This means that steel can also be used for farm sheds or loafing sheds. And when housing livestock, you can be sure that the structure will take a beating. Not only will you not be able close your door and lock it properly, but you can also cause damage to your door frame. When choosing lumber to use for building your door, you can either use a rough cut or a finish cut. But what is important is that the lumber is already completely dry; if not, there can be shrinkage in the future when the wood loses its moisture. If not, your shed will have gaps which can then allow rain water, dirt and moist to get inside your shed possibly damaging your belongings. Most importantly though, before doing any projects such as a lean to shed, it is best to first check with your local planning and zoning office. Some areas require that you first have to secure a permit before adding any structure to a home. Seventh step: You will now be able to build your walls. Raise your walls into position and make sure that the braces are sturdy. Also, ensure that you are able to square your walls perfectly before nailing them together. Eight step: Your roof is now your next priority. This part of your shed is very crucial. 

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