Published at Friday, September 28th 2018. by Krystal Fry in Storage Shed.
I'm going to talk to you today about a little firewood shed that I'm in the process of building right now. So first things. First, we had four cords of wood delivered and we figured out. We didn't have a place to put it, so I just decided the last minute to try to put something together now. So this open platform,I just finished up with a standard deck and just threw in a random handrail kind of design thing to make it look a little bit nicer.
I tied it together in the back with just a couple of cross beams to give it some rigidity and it looks pretty good and so for the roof area. We finish this up. I added a little bit of fascia board to make it look a little nicer and some drip edge and you can see. I put the purlieus on just two by four by tens went across and the metal roof went on quite easily.
I just took all the panels.
I actually had to cut them about seven inches, and so I cut them all at one time: stacked them up cut them with a circular saw and it went pretty well. Edges were pretty nice and, while I had them stacked up, I per-drilled all the holes measuring with the lengths of distance between the purlieus, where the two by fours and were able to drill the holes the same time and after that panels went on. I positioned the first one with a little overhang, so it was perfectly square. Screws went right in because I had the holes drilled in and the rest of the panels went up.
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