Published at Wednesday, 05 September 2018. Storage Shed. By Nichole Doyle.
So it's tall okay, since this part of the video is extremely boring and you probably didn't click on this video to watch me sit and talk about stuff, so we're a skip ahead to the videos and you'll just see for yourself. Okay, so we have our frame ready for our gravel. We kind of flattened out the dirt a little bit just counted some posts into the ground and use them two by fours, and this box is 12 feet by 14 feet. We're going to have a twelve inch overhang, so we wanted a little bit of extra room for the rain here we are leveling out and laying the skids we're just using 4x4 treated lumber and underneath our skids.
If you're use of cheap shots com, they show you how to make a temporary trust jig out of the corner of your floor here, we're just assembling our trusses. We use screws at first only because we didn't have our nailed. Now we stick to our nailed. The nailed is much better much quicker. The truss jig is extremely efficient.
All your angles are going to be the same. Every time you all right. We have all of our trusses finished now we need to go through and attach our 12 inch overhang on all of them. We put webbing on the front and back of each connection, except for the end trusses. We only put webbing on the side.
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