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DIY | How To Build A Shed (Part 1)

Yes they can do the job well and you can be assured that you will have a shed that would last a long time, and with a few extra bucks they would also make your shed extremely beautiful. But so can you. Don t be afraid to get your hands dirty, even with minimal carpentry skills, you too can build a strong, sturdy and aesthetically pleasing shed in your garden. It s easy for anyone to assume that building a small shed will be a piece of cake, that will be an assumption that s true, but, it can easily turn into a nightmare as well. To some, a shed kit can be the best choice, especially if they don t really have good DIY building skills. But to those with experience, a shed building kit will be truly easy, all parts are pre-fabricated and it s just a matter of putting them together, but, if you plan to build a shed from scratch, then good for you. 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. Usually, lumber that is 1 inch thick is used. After doing your measurements, you can now use your saw to cut your boards. After cutting, lay down all your boards, put them together and make your final measurement. Put a child in a yard along with a mysterious shed, and you can do the math. All parents would do all that they can to keep their child safe and away from accidents, that s why, we childproof our home, keep debris out of our yards, remind them to be careful when playing and tell them to stay away from strangers. The best thing about purchasing or downloading a set of shed plans is that, there are so many design options already available today. You won t have any problems finding a design that will suit and compliment both your needs and the aesthetics of your property. By just following these plans to the letter, you will have a great chance of succeeding of building a shed on your own. You also need tools like hammer, saw, nails, hinges, roof tacks and shingles. Based on your plans, measure your wood and cut them to size. If you re using a concrete foundation, prepare your cement. With any structure, you always build starting from the bottom. Start with your floor deck moving on into your walls, windows, doors then your roof. 

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