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my garden shed

Malcolm
Budding Contributor

my garden shed

17820AC8-5A9F-4BF5-A4BA-4AC9D08589F8.jpegThe framing was built on concrete and then carried to the garden615F8B2C-639C-45C5-A206-9231AEB38CBA.jpegThe framing got concreted in with quick set mix, propped up to get it nice and level71A24132-9EFA-4D4B-84AB-5E662ED2B8BE.jpegThe joins in the decking were randomised for strength.56BB3F27-3A6E-4DA3-B628-6C85178B1DED.jpeg03CD0F59-2E36-41A1-8858-E40E8F03D487.jpegFC8A528A-B9AB-4F54-AA35-7CB66DFA9286.jpegThe shed was finally assembled in place

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Re: my garden shed

Looks fantastic @Malcolm. Great job! Many thanks for sharing. 

 

Please note that I've moved your post to our new Garage and shed board so that community members are more likely to find it. 

 

What do you plan on using your shed for? Is it mainly for storage or will you get on the tools in there and have a workbench?

 

Jason

 

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Malcolm
Budding Contributor

Re: my garden shed

The shed holds my gardening tools and the lawn mower and my cement mixer and all my packets of seeds and the glyphosate and fertilisers. Made space in my shed for doing things in.

Raysutton
Budding Browser

Re: my garden shed

Was wondering why you have rope tied around your shed
BIM_Engineer
Valued Contributor

Re: my garden shed

@Raysutton

At a guess i would say to stop it blowing away..?

@Malcolm you might want to read this

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Malcolm
Budding Contributor

Re: my garden shed

That photo was taken as soon at the shed was assembled, There was a bit of a wind blowing.

 

there are 8 L brackets now bolting the shed sides down the wood base, the posts are concreted into the ground.

 

Gezza87
Junior Contributor

Re: my garden shed

@Malcolm

 

The shed looks awesome what wood did you use for the floor frame and what size?

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