8×10 Shed Plans From iCreatablesTV

View a few 8×10 Gable shed plans built from shed plans by iCreatables.com! This is a quick view of a few of the plans that customers have sent in to show us the 8×10 Garden sheds they built using our shed plans.

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Building your own 24'X24' garage and save money. Steps from concrete to framing.

Building your own 24'X24' garage and save money. Steps from concrete to framing.

Step by step pictures of me building a 24X24 garage. If you’re interested in building one yourself, check it out. Clip shows steps involving how to pour footings, walls, floors and framing. Installing trusses, etc. Just for the home builder. I also have “part 2′ online that shows a lot more detail than the original. Check it out if you’d like, and thanks for watching. Steve

Building a Traditional Log Cabin / 3 Years From First Log Till Finished

I’ve meet this guy when I was working on my treehouse and he asked me if I wanted to give him some help and advice as he wanted to build his log cabin and he has never done anything similar before, but neither had I. Of course I was happy with anything I could help and learn as building my own log house was a dream of mine at that time (3 years ago). I went there every now and then when I had time to help and film the process and now after 3 years the cabin is finished and I made this little video showing some of the work from start to the end and how the cabin looks now. It’s built using mostly natural resources, wood for all the framing and roof, sheep wool and straw for insulation, no electricity… We became friends and now I’m turning to him for advice and help with my log cabin build, that’s how the things go around, what you give you get…

Don’t confuse this with my log cabin building, it has nothing to do with it, this was all filmed few years ago way before I knew that now I will be building my log cabin, but I thought it’s a video worth sharing so I hope you’ll enjoy watching it.

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Stratford Wood Shed Assembly Time-lapse 12' x 8' and Review from Lowes

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Do-It-Yourself – Item #: 43750910 | Quick Ship #: 496841 | Model #: 182938 | Installed Item #: 146278
Wall Frame: 2×3 framing is strong and practical
Door opening: 64-in.
Side wall height: 6-ft. tall side walls
Door hardware: Standard swivel hasp lock. Features full length continuous hinges and 100% galvanized fasteners to prevent door sagging
Threshold: Aluminum threshold included to protect your entryway
Siding: LP® siding – treated wood siding resists termites and decay. Comes primed and ready to paint
Limited Material Warranty: 10-year limited material warranty
Labor Warranty: 1-year
Common Size (w x d x h): 12-ft. x 8-ft. x 8-ft. 5-in.
Actual Foundation Size (w x d): 11-ft. 9-in. x 8-ft.
Do-It-Yourself Required (sold separately):

Shingles: 5 bundles
Floor Decking: 4-ft. x 8-ft. sheets (3/4-in. OSB or plywood): 3
Cut Floor Decking to: (2) 48-in. x 96- in., (1) 45-in. 96-in.
Exterior Latex Paint: Trim: 1 qt. | Siding: 2 gal. Required (sold separately)

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From Shed to Tiny Home w/ less than $15K

Need a tiny house idea? In this video, I walk you through how we found ours and built it out. Overall, it took about 6 months to build it out. We would work on it about one day a week and paid completely in cash as we went. Feel free to subscribe for more updates and videos of this nature. Hit the thumbs up icon if you don’t mind!

Lifetime Rubber Shed From Costco Review

I got an 8×16 (approx) Lifetime Shed from Costco. I think a better alternative would be a wooden shed or a steel building. Don’t make the mistake I did thinking this shed was a good value and easy to install. I am not a doctor. I am not licensed. I do not hold any qualifications for giving medical advice. This is an account of my own experiences and does not apply to anyone else. All information, content, and material of this channel is for informational purposes only and are not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. If you have questions about your own personal situation it is recommended that you discuss them with your own licensed healthcare professional. If you think you are having an emergency, dial 911 immediately.
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