http://countrylifeprojects.com/shedplan/ – In this video Henry teaches you how to frame the walls for the shed, or any building. He shows you how to mark and layout the walls as well as detailed instruction on:
– Right way to measure and mark top and bottom plates for studs.
– How to frame the shed corners with inside corner backing if required
– How To Identify crown edge of studs and placement for straighter walls.
– How to easily line up walls to shed floor
– How to frame a door or window header
– How to Stand up, brace and plumb the walls
– Frame a door opening
– Block walls to increase door security and reduce break & Enter
NOTE: Henry shows you how to frame a door opening with a header but no window in this video. However, if you are framing a window, simply determine the opening height required, cut and install a horizontal 2×4 and then finish the studs underneath as per the 16″ centers marked out on the bottom plate.
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I filmed this entire build series, about a year ago, and never had time to edit it into a full video series. We built our customers a 40x56x16 residential style post frame garage, and finished the interior to prep for a man cave. Take a watch, wait til the end, and tell me what you think about the black metal ceiling. I’ll be honest, there isn’t an easier, more cost effective way to build a large scale garage, than to use post frame construction. Let me know what you think, drop me a comment below, and hit the subscribe button, because we’ve got some great projects coming in 2019! I used my GoPro time-lapse setting on my Hero 5 Black for 90 percent of this video.
Three part series on How to build a Timber Frame Style Woodshed. I wanted the shed to be designed and built in a timber frame style with some simple joinery, post and beam. We heat our house with wood and need a drying and storage shed as close to the wood stove as possible. Basic carpentry skills are all you need. Woodshed Plans available for download. Woodshed designs are plentiful and there’s lots of options. Have a look at the timber frame woodshed ideas I came up with.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/attics/index.html Click on this link for more information about lofts, attics and building design. This video will provide you with a few different examples about how you can frame and build a loft in a garage or other square or rectangular shaped rooms. Keep in mind that engineering specifications are usually required for lumber sizes like joist and beams as well as building foundations. Video Rating: / 5