a TWO STORY Home Depot Tuff Shed Conversion (YOU CAN LIVE IN!!)

You can live in a TWO STORY Home Depot Tuff Shed to house Conversion

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20 Replies to “a TWO STORY Home Depot Tuff Shed Conversion (YOU CAN LIVE IN!!)”

  1. I'm curious how much added cost would go into roughing out for plumbing and electricity. Then you would need to add the cost of framing out spaces inside, either for lumber or lumber+manpower. Perhaps you should go through the "customization process" with HD and make a comparison video between that and your Woodtex experience.
    I can see how one of those would make an excellent auxiliary building for a home office, man cave/she-shed or off grid guest cottage. In those cases the value of the base product may outweigh the lack of more robust construction.
    As usual, just my thoughts. God bless you and yours. Have a great week!

  2. $25,000.00 is to much..time you add water, sewer, electric, Dry wall, flooring, kitchen and bathrooms being finished, appliances..etc…how much per SQ.ft. is this is my question????

  3. For that price, plus change chip board to plywood, then add materials and labor, just buy something that id a house.

  4. Added cost to change from chip board to real plywood. Moisture and wind blowing debris will destroy this shed in a very short time, because it is chip board. Never use chip board for flooring, either!!! Very very bad.

  5. For a couple that would be a cool master bedroom upstairs put a mini split heat pump up there and one down stairs and they could easily handle all the cooling/heating with just two heads or even the recessed one upstairs in the ceiling

  6. Can we all stand up as one already? We all know we are not rascist, thanks media. People who live in gated communities tell us we are reluctant to love. Ok. Stick it up yr ass fox, CNN, Alex Jones,. I'm a hard worker and don't need yr limbo, non-sense. How low can you go? Rehtorical !we know yr scumbags! It's bout time to love our neighbors till it hurts! Duh!

  7. Ummm where i live you can get homes for that price … Not worth the hassle… Also some sheds are not built to last…

  8. I could just build trusses and second floor trusses from scratch. I’ll have to find a place where I can just burry the house so I won’t have to pay shit for it.

  9. In Canada you must have two exits. In case of fire.
    I would use the space over the stairs for closets. I also think hamoks in place of traditional beds would be an excellent space saver. Just need to install great big hooks. Fold and store when not in use.

  10. Some zoning laws may not allow the tiny homes. And about to the Wind resistance. Can they hold up to 100mph winds?

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