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Level the ground (if necessary) and install deck piers along a grid to support the shed. The piers will allow you to string support beams beneath the floor of the shed. In the example design, the piers are spaced 6 feet (1.8 m) apart in one direction and 4 feet (1.2 m) apart in the other for a total grid area of 12 x 8 feet.
String support beams lengthwise across the deck piers. This will support your floor joists, which run in the opposite direction. The easiest way to attach the beams to the piers is with metal straps, which have built-in nail holes. In the example design, the beams are 12-foot-long 4×6”s.
Attach joists to the support beams and separate them with blocking.
First, you will need to attach a rim joist along the outer edge of each outermost support beam; each of these will need to be the same length as the beam underneath.
Nail plywood sheeting to the joists to form the floor. If necessary, use H-clips in addition to nailing the sheets into place; these fit between two pieces of plywood and lock them together for additional structural strength. In the example design, two standard sheets of 4- by 8-foot plywood are used whole and a third is sawn in half and used to fill in the 4-foot difference on either end. Because of the spacing of the piers, support beams, and joists, no additional cuts or adjustments are necessary.
Flooring may also be screwed down with 3-inch deck screws.
Build the framework for all four walls. To account for the fact that the front and back walls are different from each other (due to the doorframe in the front) and the side walls must both be sloped (to prevent rain from collecting on the roof), each of these will have to be tackled somewhat differently.
Build the framework for the back wall. Make the top and bottom beams (a.k.a. the plates) the same length as the length of the floor which they sit.
Build the framework for the front wall. The front wall should be the same as the back wall except taller and with a door frame so that you can hang a door in the shed when you’re done.
Build the framework for the side walls. The bottom plate of each side wall should be the same length as the distance between the bottom plates of the front and back wall (so that the side walls will fit between them).
Assemble the four wall structures. Wall structures are usually nailed to the underlying support from the bottom up.
Build rafters across the roof and separate them with blocking. These should overhang the walls of your shed for increased weather protection.
Nail plywood sheeting to the rafters to form the roof. If you have added overhang, the plywood layout you used to cover the floor will have to be amended.
Cover the walls. You can use siding, textured plywood, or anything else that gives the shed a more finished look.
Add tar paper to roof. Start from lower end of roof slope and work your way upwards, making sure that each new level of paper overlaps one below it to keep rain from seeping into cracks
0:05 – Foundation of the Shed;
1:40 – Floor of the Shed;
9:40 – Walls of the Shed;
16:15 – Roof Shingles;
27:15 – Vinil siding of the Shed.
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