DIY Lawn & Garden Storage Shed: Part 1 | Darbin Orvar

DIY Lawn & Garden Storage Shed: Part 1 | Darbin Orvar

In this video Linn @ Darbin Orvar uses a variety of Rockler products to build a backyard storage shed for housing lawn and garden tools.

Visit http://www.rockler.com/ for all of your DIY tooling and hardware needs.

To view more videos from Linn visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIrtu3uSwehD0pfmfMsHhUA

20 Replies to “DIY Lawn & Garden Storage Shed: Part 1 | Darbin Orvar”

  1. If you want to build it yourself just google for woodprix. I know you will find good solutions for all your ideas.

  2. interesting points ,if anyone else is searching for backyard shed ideas try Letza Amazing Shed Lessons (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my partner got cool success with it.

  3. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else trying to find out build simple shed try Letza Amazing Shed Lessons (just google it ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my neighbor got cool success with it.

  4. I have spent months studying constructing sheds and discovered a fantastic website at Adota Blueprint Pack (check it out on google)

  5. I've been researching into constructing sheds and found an awesome website at Wilfs Shed Formula (google it if you're interested)

  6. I've been researching into constructing sheds and found an awesome resource at Wilfs Shed Formula (check it out on google)

  7. If you is interested in shed plans the best results that I have had was with the Wilfs Shed Formula (just google it) without a doubt the no.1 course that I have ever followed.

  8. Hey Linn, you are so so so nice and so hard working – its great to watch you and hear your wonderful voice – thank you for your video – you speak sooooo wonderful – greeting from germany

  9. the best success that ive had was with the Wilfs Shed Formula (i found it on google) without a doubt the no.1 course that I've followed.

  10. i like that you are using a mask while cutting the PT wood. Most folks forget or don't know to do that. Good start. Where did you get that fancy mask?

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