Published at Thursday, 15 February 2018 by layla in Design Garden, with total 60 photos.
Many people go to Lowes or Home Depot, buy their timber, equipment and tools and start building without a plan in place. This may turn into a real catastrophe and end up costing them much more than they anticipated. The goal is to first understand what kind of soil you are building on to make sure you have a solid foundation to work on. It is wise to check with the city ensure no city or county building ordinances are going to hinder your project.
Being a keen DIY person there was no way I was gonna buy one. I invested a little bit of money and downloaded a whole load of plans from the Internet. After choosing the right plans I took them to my local lumber yard where they gave me a quote from materials. It wasnt much more than the original metal shed I had wasted my money on. A few days later the shed was built and it is now my pride and joy. All my tools are safe and dry and Ive got a load of room to spare. The best thing is people cant believe that I made it myself. Its great to show off my DIY skills!
Additionally, make sure that the shed is not built on property lines or you may face some trouble with your neighbor in the future. Above a septic tank is also a bad choice. It would have not provide a solid ground for a shed. Size and Budget