Building the Base:
Thanks.That looks great, nice job
T-111 siding over OSB? That's extra coverage
My pool cabana only has the T-111
Thanks.Looks good. The only thing I would have added are window(s) for light and ventilation.
Good idea to make use of your vertical space for storage.
I'm not sure if i have anything that would be too useful. I made a couple drawings, but in the end, I didn't really follow them too closely. I mostly used them just work out a few decisions I needed to make before I started building.I am looking to build a similar shed to yours. Do you by chance have the schematics of it, ie. measurments, angles, etc? This will be my first real construction project also. Any help would be helpful. Thank you!
They don't require the shed be secured to the ground in a hurricane area? Someone building a pergola had to go thru all sorts of things for proof of footing & attachment - they were in Florida
I put a 2x4 smoked acrylic skylight in mine, lets in lots of light
Of course I alos have double glass French doors that open, 9'x4' jalousie window....so I have lots of light :laughing:
Don't be a :jester:Do you have to secure your car to the ground?:no:
Wise decision. Looks like a great project there. You should feel good about doing it yourself:thumbup:Thanks.
That's actually Sierra 8 HardiPanel. I didn't trust the HardiPanel since it tended to crumble on the edges, so I added the 7/16 OSB for stability.