Building A Large Post Frame Garage Full Time-lapse Construction: NEVER BEFORE SEEN FOOTAGE

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.

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Timelapse DIY Build Cedar Sided Shed/Woodshop

Timelapse of a shed build by my son and myself. Build was over several months.

Ran out of space in my single garage come woodwork shop, so decided to build a garden shed for extra space. Shed was built roughly according to US timber framed house methods.
The size of the shed is 20×6.5 feet internally and it cost about 6k GBP for the materials. It could have been built cheaper but we used prime materials throughout as a once only build.
For those interested in the technicals: it is based on 2×4″ framing and joists, sits on 8×4″ green oak sleepers on a 6″ concrete pad. Floor is reclaimed maple strip flooring over 1″ plywood. Internal and external sheathing is 3/4″ plywood covered by Dupont Tyvek Supro. Rainshield is Western Red Cedar coated with Sikkens Cetol HLS Plus and Filter 7. Black 5mm perspex is used at the external floorline. Roof is a single EPDM sheet on 12mm plywood. It has 4″ of PIR insulation and is pretty snug in winter. Windows and doors are fully flashed to US standards. Lacomet an aluminum/fibre glass based composite was used for the drip sills. There is a vapour/draught barrier under the internal plywood sheathing using Dupont Tyvek Airguard Reflective, which also helps to retain radiant heat.
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Time-Lapse Triangle Shed Build

Time lapse of building a triangle shed into the corner of the garden.

Internal insulation & cladding was added after this video. But it shows the main structure going in.

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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