Posted by wahponywoo2 | Posted in building plans, shed design, shed plans | Posted on 09-02-2010
My very first shop project was in senior high school but it wasn’t a thing of beauty, it got the job done that it was meant for however it could have been constructed better. When I think back at exactly what went wrong I recognize that I was done for before I even began simply because I had a hand sketched plan of what I needed but it wasn’t a specific and concise blueprint. If I had been a journeymen level carpenter it would not have made a big difference simply because I could have finished a masterpiece of design simply because of my expertise. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by wahponywoo2 | Posted in shed plans | Posted on 25-01-2010
If you start with a sound and level foundation with a good set of shed plans almost anyone with basic carpentry skills can build a shed that can be used for garden or just storage.
Is it better to buy a shed or build one?
If you have basic carpentry skills and a good blueprint you can save a lot of money building a shed yourself. If money is no object then it is better to have someone build it to your specifications, however it is still a good investment to have a set of plans so you can get your ideas across to the builder. Buying a shed premade or a kit limits you to only the size or designs available.
Will I need special permits for building a shed?
That depends on the scope of your project. The best solution is to check with your city for any building permits that may be required, better to be safe than sorry. Looking for woodworking plans for a new shed construction or other projects?
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Posted by wahponywoo2 | Posted in small shed plans | Posted on 15-01-2010
We have tapped out our closets, the attic and no more room left in the garage. The solution to your problem is a small storage shed.
Small shed plans are ideal for those who do not a lot of stuff to store or if you live on a small lot.
A small shed is affordable and is not difficult to build and will help you organize your possessions. It will keep your tools secure and dry and other items out of the way of curious children too!
If your spouse has been reminding you about how cluttered the garage is or that the backyard is not a place to store your car parts then you may want to consider this practical outdoor structure. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by wahponywoo2 | Posted in shed plans | Posted on 15-01-2010
Regardless of the building project you need to complete, you will be amazed at the range of DIY storage shed plans, shed blueprints, material lists and complete turnkey shed kits which are available. If you have a few basic carpentry skills you can build your own wooden storage shed, garden shed, garage, doghouse, playhouse, cabana, pool shed, or even a small pole barn. Whether you need a organized place to keep your gardening tools secure, or a natural cedar sun house to relax and enjoy lazy summer afternoons with friends and loved ones, there are storage shed plans and shed kits to bring your vision to life.
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Posted by wahponywoo2 | Posted in shed kits | Posted on 15-01-2010
Wooden shed kits are an excellent way to save your time and hard earned money when you need a storage structure for your yard. However, consider this before shelling out your hard earned dollars so the project will go as smooth as possible for you.
Not all DIY shed kits come with everything you need to finish your project. Many kits come with the hardware and give you a material list you will need to buy from your local lumber yard. You will then have to cut your wood to size and start your project.
Other kits are turn key and include all the wood necessary for the project and arriving precut and ready to assemble.
Most people do not realize that they need to make a solid foundation for their shed to make sure your shed is safe and will last for many years.
It is wise to check your local building codes to see what type of foundation is required for the type of shed you plan to buy. Also, you need to make sure the site is level and within any type of building restrictions within your community.
Also, shed kits usually come with unfinished wood so you need to consider the cost of paint or stain and also the tools you will use to apply the finish, which can be a cost factor if you are working with a budget. It is recommended that you invest in quality paint and brushes in order to achieve the best results and to protect your valuable investment.