Published at Saturday, September 15th 2018. by Nichole Doyle in Storage Shed.
First, take a look at the style and design of your home. Often people will build a shed that matches the style of their home. Next decide what you are going to store inside your shed. Is it going to be used as a workshop, a place for storing your motorcycles, gardening tools, lawnmowers, or to store a boat or tractor?
Another concern which you must keep in mind, if you will be keeping some items of value in the shed such as power equipment or gardening tools you will almost certainly want to choose a construction plan which allows for a certain degree of security. The addition of a padlock or some type of locking mechanism will certainly be needed since we are talking about a completely secured structure.
With maximum usable interior space, Q-models are best suited for grain and livestock storage, as backyard workshops, for boat and automobile storage, as airplane hangars, and more. S-models are perfect for warehouses, distribution centers, storage sheds, and more. For a backyard, garage or workshop, a single or multiple car garage, equipment shelter, and more, P-model is the right choice.
Those with a DIY (do-it-yourself) personality that want to build a wood shed of their own, can learn how to make a storage shed by searching the internet online. There are some great sites on how to make storage sheds that will show you videos and give you blue prints along with step-by-step instructions.
You are now ready to construct your shed. Be sure and make a secure foundation. I highly recommend a concrete base. Concrete allows a very stable foundation to build your shed on and helps keep moisture and dirt out. With a wooden shed you can pre-build the walls and install them in sections. Next you will want to install the roof which should meet the needs of your area. I highly recommend an asphalt shingle roof to protect your items from the rain and snow.
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