Our Nest Cabins project has gone South, so I’m pheonixing up this channel and dedicating more to sawmill and some home renovation work. All the lumber for this shed was cut by me on our LT50 sawmill. The only purchased materials were the roofing and CMU blocks, which were just under 0. I used about 1500 bdft total Video Rating: / 5
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The small shed features two large front doors and a large storage area under the roof. Make sure you align everything with attention and invest in high quality materials for a professional result. Check out the rest of my videos for more building inspiration.
We offer several wooden shed building blueprints along with all steps for building your DIY shed. These tool shed crafting diagrams have detailed rafter templates and framing diagrams along with floor, roof and wall designs.
Tool wall part 1. Except for the panels on the wall, I used only scrapwood.
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In this video I make a small outdoor cabinet / storage shed.The cabinet I’m making will store welding tanks but this cabinet is perfect as a tool shed.
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