Building a pre-cut wood shed – What to expect – Home Depot's Princeton

Here’s a few similar sheds on Amazon:
Everton 8×12 Shed with solid 2×4 Framing: http://amzn.to/2eudN1r
Handy Home Products Cumberland Shed 10×8: http://amzn.to/2eiBomy
Handy Home Products Cumberland Shed 10×12: http://amzn.to/2eueVCm

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I included a link to the full construction plans for this exact shed. This is made by “Handy Home Products“ and is sold at Home Depot. The model is called the “Princeton” Once it was completed I would say I found no real issues with it. But only time will tell on how it holds up. Handy Home Products also makes the Cumberland model 10×12. It’s nearly identical. You can see that one on amazon.

Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft.
Wood Storage Shed
Model # 18250-1
Internet # 100350323
Home Depot Store SKU # 660356

Download Plans Here ► http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/8f/8f237081-3e27-4978-93ca-cbe5101bff00.pdf

Home Depot Shed Kit Info ► http://www.homedepot.com/p/Handy-Home-Products-Princeton-10-ft-x-10-ft-Wood-Storage-Shed-18250-1/100350323

Same shed, but if you want it prebuilt and delivered ► http://www.homedepot.com/p/Handy-Home-Products-Installed-Princeton-10-ft-x-10-ft-Wood-Storage-Shed-with-Onyx-Black-Shingles-60422-5/205922152

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20 Replies to “Building a pre-cut wood shed – What to expect – Home Depot's Princeton”

  1. It made me laugh when you spoke about the nail gun saying it will be impossible to build this without the nail gun. .
    My dad is 72 years of age n he's helping me framing but when he heard that comment lol he said" you bloody what how do you think we got on years ago before nail bloody guns!!" Lol he's right though I know what you meant it's easier using the gun!! Lol old lad went on one!! Pmsl.

  2. Nothing wrong with how you built it based on what was included in the kit but the shed needs a lot more studs to be more sturdy.

  3. Lovely Video clip! Apologies for chiming in, I would love your opinion. Have you tried – Mahorrla Wooden Paradise Method (just google it)? It is a good one of a kind guide for building better sheds and woodworking minus the headache. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my cooworker finally got astronomical success with it.

  4. DUDE YOU DID A GREAT JOB, AND A PRECISE EXPLANATION BETTER CANNOT BE, THX GREAT JOB
    AND THX FOR THE TIPS ABOUT THE SHINGLES AND THE EXTRAS THINS THAT NO ONE WOULD SAY IT
    LIKE YOU DID, THX AGAIN MR ADAMDIY

  5. Also you can get prefab ridge vent to cover the peak and give ventilation, just shallow cut a long gap under it.

  6. ….a framing nailer is a must have for an 8×12 shed. Everyone knows that. Really. Pity that I didn't know that
    prior to building the horse run in shed…the tack room…the barn…the house. Damn do I feel inept.

  7. AdamDIY Thank You for the video. It was very informative and helpful. It stopped my frustration, because it was also a pile of wood for us. Thanks again.

  8. @1:55 you have two "framing nailers " with you already. They are called "arms". Get a hammer. No need to incur the expense of purchasing or renting a compressor, hoses and nail guns to put a tiny shed like that together.

  9. The old saying: you get what you pay for. Pay for crap; get crap.
    These things are really nasty. If you know what you're doing (which the original purchaser obviously didn't) you get six hundred bucks worth of material, and build a much better shed.
    Oh, well… whatever. I gave up on this stuff along time ago. But… it's what keeps the big box stores in business.

  10. The rafters don’t even come assembled?!? What a POS! I built my own 10×12, with a hammer I might add, it’s all stuck frames with 2×4 walls and a 2×8 floor. It’s solid and looks better than this crap. I’m by no means trying to knock your work, it’s just a poor design

  11. At 1:33 it translate "Nails" as "uñas". Sorry, the correct spanish word is "clavos". "Uñas" is the hard thing at the end of your fingers.

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