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    Wink Finally Finished Backyard Mini-Barn Shed....

    Boy this summer project has been a doosey....What seemed like 4000 screws, nuts and bolts and metal parts. Had some help from my oldest son when he was in town and my daughter the school teacher pitched in a bit, but this thing was murder in this heat.


    Now all thats left is the floor.
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    and the floor is going to be bad.i bet it live a oven in that shead.im going to try and build one but out of wood

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    Yeah,alot of screws in those sheds.Looks good Peace.

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    peace...I think you may have a screw loose???lol
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    Sounds like too much work in that heat. Looks good.

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    Looks good to me also.Good job.
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    Looks great. Some old tires covered with thick chip board (or even better- plywood) will make a decent floor, insted of concrete.... Unless you'll park a vehicle inside How "mini" is it?
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    Lightbulb Dakota by Arrow Sheds

    This is an 10 X 8 with a 7' high center ceiling height. The floor will be 3/4" ply raised on patio blocks just enough to be off the ground. Big enough for the lawn mower and snow blower and maybe a jet ski...you know and the landscaping tools. Bought the kit at Home Depot $378 of course the ply is separate. Really meticulous project. I use to be an excellent trim and finish union carpenter, millwright and pile driver before I got into ministry, computers and photography, but this thing was a challenge.

    Using the basement for my indoor range so anything I can store elsewhere helps.
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