Published at Thursday, 06 September 2018. Storage Shed. By Elisa Glover.
We'll assemble the floor and walls of a lifetime horizontal shed we're going to lay the first floor panel flat on the ground. This is a left floor panel when you're facing the shed and place the second floor panel at an angle against it. So the tabs in the second floor panel interlock with the tabs on the first slide, the tabs on the second panel underneath the first panel and then lay that panel flat. Now we're going to insert two screws into the divots in the floor panels to secure them. Together note that these screws do not anchor the shed to the ground, they simply hold the floor panels together during assembly now take a rear wall.
So the corners are at 90 degrees. Then tighten the screws now use an electric drill to insert a self drilling screw into the tubes. At the location shown it's okay, if there's a space between the tubes, it's important, the corners are square. Finally, insert a self drilling screws into each side of the tube assembly and into the small section the front corner panels. Again, you must use an electric drill to insert these self drilling screws in this instructional video, with some of the left and right doors of a lifetime horizontal shed, we'll start by laying the left door face down on a flat surface, set a support channel into the groove Along the back of the edge of the left door and align the holes secure this channel using four screws.
Now, with this support channel you'll notice that there are eight holes, but only four the holes are used in this step, now set a support channel into the groove along the back of the edge of the left door and align the holes secure this channel using six Screws there are six holes in this channel that model six holes are used in this step, turn the door over on its backside, align the holes and hinge with the divots on the side of the door. Note the Shat ford side of the holes must face away from the door now insert two screws: the holes in the inch, the door and through the two holes in the support channel on the back of the door. Repeat this step for the second inch now flip the door on its back and it's chance to handle pieces to the door using the required hardware.
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