How to Make a Small Outdoor Tool Shed

In this video I make a small outdoor cabinet / storage shed.The cabinet I’m making will store welding tanks but this cabinet is perfect as a tool shed.

Project photos and how-to description available at http://jonpeters.com/build-small-tool-shed-welding-tank-storage-cabinet/

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20 Replies to “How to Make a Small Outdoor Tool Shed”

  1. I've watched a lot of "woodworkers" on Youtube but you, my friend, have got it down to a science. It's the perfect combination of efficiency and technique. Very impressed, learned quite a bit just by watching this vid. Keep up the good work!

  2. you always have great projects and awesome videos! BUT, come on man… from time to time you can build at least one project with regular tools… not everyone has those professional tools and shop equipment! cheers

  3. Hi Jon,
    First time watching your you tube Channel, Great work, I look forward to learning much from what you share.
    I think this shed will be a great project for me, I am thinking of using it for my Compressor.
    I am an beginner with much to learn, and I find it helpful to have plans to fallow, do you have plans with your diminutions and measurements? I know I will need to adjust for my needs but it would be a great place to start, to see a drawing of what you built.

    Please let me know if you have drawing with measurements for this project and others, that will be a great help.

    Thanks, looking forward to hearing from you, and keep up the great work.

  4. Horrible video, showing off all your skills and equipment with no commentary explaining what/why you are doing is not very helpful at all

  5. You're right, Jon.  I don't know why this didn't get more views either.  Great project, adaptable to a range of sizes and uses.  For me, a backyard shed for garden tools I'd otherwise have to hoof it around to the garage to get.  Thanks!

  6. Jon, thank you.  this just might be our option tho' slightly enlarged.  One suggestion:  It would help if you more often referenced the woods you are using, and also what an option might be.

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