How To Build a Lean To Shed – Cheap & Simple

This is how to build a lean to on your backyard for cheap and very simply. I needed to construct that lean to in order to store future motorcycle projects and other stuff that were laying around.

Tools to use:
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Reciprocating Saw: https://amzn.to/2REoIJ0
Angle Grinder: https://amzn.to/2SARrM1

My first restoration
Honda CRM Mk1 restoration:

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DIY – Backyard Storage & Garden Shed (2 Rooms!)

10×20 Heritage Two Room L Shaped backyard storage and garden Shed
Floor plans can be set up with bump out L shape in either configuration doors and windows in any wall, partition can be removed for more interior space. It is possible to put doors and or windows in any wall. Very versatile unique design that will be the envy of the neighbors.
Download FREE plans now www.JamaicaCottageShop.com
Speak with a designer (802) 395-1034
Jamaica Cottage Shop since 1995 located in Vermont and shipping worldwide.
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How To Build A Shed: Building & Installing Roof Rafters

How To Build A Shed: Building & Installing Roof Rafters

How To Build A Shed: Building & Installing Roof Rafters. How to build a shed roof step by step.

Sorry now that we’ve built all the walls are not gonna take a step back for a
0:07build the walls I actually used the floor debt to lay out the roof instead
0:11of using regular rafters and regular Ridge we built roof trusses I used the
0:17floor deck to snap out the lines because it’s much easier method of snapping it
0:21out full-length pictures and then building the trusses rate in place there
0:25on the floor deck so front-to-back is a feat that’s what this represents one
0:33side to the other one Walter the other we have big feet from the outside edge
0:37of that wall framing to the outside edge of this we have a look at the top of the
0:42wall on top of that we put a roof truss we’re going to overhang the soffits six
0:50inches just we made it 12 inches like the house it wouldn’t be in proportion
0:54with the shed so we want to keep the same details but shrink them down the
0:58right proportions so we’re making the overhang six inches so six inches from
1:02the outside of the wall to the front of the overhang so this wall actually this
1:08one right here what we want to do with mark the center it’s an eight-foot wall
1:13plus six inches on both sides give you 90 overall half of that which is the
1:19center of the roof four and a half feet know what I’m gonna do with just make
1:25another mark up here for five feet away doesn’t really matter the same distance
1:30for the six inches and then just draw the line and this is the center of the
1:39building and the center of the room but the slope of the roof some people call
1:44it the pitch we’re gonna using a pitch here and what that means in a pitch or
1:48in a slope means that for every foot I come in I’m gonna go eight inches up we
1:54know we’re going four and a half feet in to the center and go up eight inches
1:59there’s one foot 16 there’s two foot 24 there’s three foot 32 there’s four feet
2:06and then the half foot equals four inches which is right there
2:12ok now we have our top measurement here this is the top of the roof and we want
2:17the other top of the roof to fall right on top of the cord there just like that
2:24all these marks were making his to the outside of the roof so now you can see
2:37the three pieces that we need to build the trust we have the bottom chord and
2:41then we had to top cords one on this side an identical one on that side that
2:45we have to cut out a two-by-four stock what I need to do is get these two
2:50angles this one down here just one at the top so that we can cut this
2:55top court out a couple of different ways to do that as we know this is Nate pitch
3:0118 slow and on all of these speeds squares see a bunch of numbers here you
3:07get there all played out the same I use this one because it’s a little easier to
3:11read so it’s the same thing we’re looking along this Great year the top
3:16and we’re going to dial it up to hit the eighth the inside a lot i mean the
3:21outside at night the inside here that’s for the valley were going with the
3:25outside numbers that would be another way using a sliding T bevel that way you
3:33don’t even have to look at any numbers all you do is hold it up against the
3:38lines of it until you get the correct angle taken it up and there’s the angle
3:43for the top a long point to Long Point the outside edge of the rafter or the
3:51top court of the trust
4:05much better we’re going to use a plywood cut it to nail the trust together so I’m
4:11just going over at least a couple inches past the inside of the wall match the
4:15bottom edge year marked the top button minimarket down about a quarter I don’t
4:20want it
4:20coming up above the top 10 the same thing here down about a quarter of an
4:26inch doesn’t have to be perfect because it’s just a connection system what’s all
4:43that about eight inches 8 to 10 inches on either side
4:57together the two end ones on we have a trust between a gable and trust in a
5:10regular trusses that the gable and trusses sit on the gable end wall on
5:15each end because I sit on the end wall sheathing goes up we have this big gap
5:21with nothing to nail too so we’re gonna put in little operates in here so this
5:25evening can be mailed to it all the trusses inside don’t need that once the
5:30shooting comes up half inch or less be in this case and we near the whole thing
5:34together that’s what really tight it together makes us strong
5:40on this said we’re using two methods to build the gable in walls for no other
5:44reason than to show you two methods are most likely to use when you build your
5:48shed you want to pick one method and use it on both cable ends if you use a trust
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Landera Cedar Shed Willow Assembly & Detail

Landera Cedar Shed Willow Assembly & Detail

Welcome to landera.com.au This video shows the Willow 12 ft x 8 ft, 2.5m x 3.6m cedar shed. We outline some of the basic assembly steps and give you a quick tour of the shed.

Our LANDERA CEDAR SHED range is manufactured in Australia, and constructed using 42 x 42mm termite resistant pine framing and 18mm thick Canadian Western Red Cedar VJ cladding with a Colorbond steel roof. The WILLOW 8 x12 is supplied in an easy to assemble kit with pre-made panels. The panels come in raw timber (not stained or painted) allowing you to select the finish of your choice. Typically time required for assembly is about 2 to 3 hours excluding the floor. The unit can be sited on a concrete base or paved area, or a flooring kit can be used.

You can view our sheds here:
http://www.landera.com.au/timber-garden-sheds

We have special offers on our sheds, currently a free Keter Unity or shelving rack, depending on the size of the shed, check the page above for details.
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How To Build A Shed – Part 3 Building & Installing Rafters

How To Build A Shed - Part 3 Building & Installing Rafters

Shannon from http://www.house-improvements.com/shed shows you how to build a shed from start to finish. This video shows how to build the rafters for the roof.
Please use this link for the playlist that shows all of the shed build videos in our series.https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLh0KqGKtX4oU9z9ok2mtVO6cacPD_Mbw4
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Post and Beam Shed Plans & Building Guide

The most Comprehensive Guide for buying or building Post and Beam sheds and small buildings. Build your own from 6’x8′ to 12’x24′ and beyond… http://www.postandbeamshedplans.net/
Amazon kindle Version only .99 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009Q4FWI6
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One Man Show – Delivery & Set up of 12×20 Amish Shed

First time I got to watch a delivery, unloading & set up of a large Amish shed in my neighbor’s back yard. One man & a truck did it all! 30 minutes to unload and transport to the back yard using a “mule” and then another hour to set it up, etc. Pretty cool stuff & this man was great! The neighbor purchased this shed from local dealer, Carolina Structures – Knightdale, in Knightdale, NC
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DIY: How To Build a Cedar Shed – Say Goodbye to Garage & Backyard Clutter

Compact and easy to build, this naturally beautiful cedar structure makes for a great weekend project. Featuring spaced out slats to ensure airflow, it’s a perfect storage solution for garden tools, recycling bins, chopped wood or sporting equipment.
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