Building a Shed on a budget! (part 4 framing the roof)

Building a Shed on a budget! (part 4 framing the roof)

In this video we look at how to build a quality shed on a budget. This is only part four of what has been a great series that I’m excited to continue working on. In this video we look at part 4 of building a shed, framing the roof. While building a shed for under 0 sounds impossible, with enough thriftiness we should be able to pull in off! make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss part 3!

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20 Replies to “Building a Shed on a budget! (part 4 framing the roof)”

  1. What you're building (or rather, built) that you called a "facial" is just a gable end truss.
    A fascia is the endboard that frames the roof. It's what gutters are usually screwed/nailed into.

  2. Hi just wondering why you went with an apex roof over a single slope as I would have thought the single slope would have been cheaper

  3. As an expert climber myself….being a monkey and all….I would like to congratulate you on your most excellent non ladder use.

  4. An improper upbringing is the cause for the bad comments about your women. A real man knows when to keep his thoughts to himself. forgive the morons as their tail is wagging the dog vs, the dog wagging his tail. Best of luck in your future young man!

  5. When framing the rafters I noticed you did not create an overhang on the sides for a soffit. Any reason? In the long run this can cause water issues with drainage at the foundation and potential damage on the side walls from run off of the roof.

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  7. lots of comments about "no ladder". lol. Although it is dangerous, but it's a testament that your structure is well strong!

  8. Great vid. Any woman that climbs up on 2x4s in your 'construction zone' to lend a hand during your build is a keeper. Take her to dinner tonite and thank her.

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