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Old 11-21-2013, 08:38 PM   #16
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@tony.g cheers pal i just thought a nail gun would be easy thats all , what about a air gun tony and compresser would i need 2 guns say one for framing and another for shiplap if you can help us tony , will you look up tool station and tell us what you think cheers pal ....... im thinking of building one shed at 8x6 pent roof and the other shed say 8x7 or 10x6 .... on my patio i have a wall so the 8x6 will be ok there and a 3 foot wall goes up cut the story short its like 2 sheds together but different level then maybe later i might build another ... but thats another story ... im just looking for a cheaper way and a air compresser seems to be but puzzled need some guidence so many thanks if you could help us out tony .g

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Old 11-21-2013, 08:41 PM   #17
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Sheds, like decks can never be too big. No matter how large you make it you'll find a way to fill it up.
Try to design your shed in a way that will let you take advantage of standard size framing material. Eg: 8x12 vs 7x13. Less waste equals less money.
I always try to patronize my local lumber yard. They usually have better prices, quality and service than the big box stores. As far as buying your lumber on Ebay, good luck with that. I don't know about you but I hand select my material. It's hard to do that on-line.
As far as punctuation goes, I hate to pile on but I kind of agree. We all make typos and I personaly can't spell kat without a ductionary. But it drives me nuts when some folks don't even try to make a legible post. Sometimes confusing posts are made more confusing by poor language skills.
A few of my pet peeves are:
To vs Too. And a surprising amount of us don't know the difference between there, their, and they're. Your instead of you're drives me nuts too. In the end I guess it doesn't really matter, but making an attempt at proper english does make these posts easier to read.
Just my opinion. By the way I didn't spell check so feel free to correct me!

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Hopefully that was not Webster's or the Oxford English?!
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