Finally, I have a Wood Shed!

stejus Posted By stejus, Dec 8, 2012 at 7:02 PM

  1. cwitham

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    Do you by chance have a list of the lumber you used?
     
  2. stejus

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    If you have excel on your computer, I can send you the spread sheet of all the material and plans for the roof.
     
  3. cwitham

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    Close I have numbers, but I also have excel at work. PM work for my email address?
     
  4. cwitham

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    You must really like Wheat Ridge to deal with crap like that. I would be mad as a hornet if anyone ever tried to enforce what I could do on my land that I pay for and pay taxes on.
     
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    Thanks everone for the nice comments. I am thrilled to know that I no longer have to fight the tarp issues, especially during storms. It's a bit more than I planned to build... I'm sure you'll all know what I am talking about when I say it had to pass the bosses desk on appearance. Seeing it's in view from any window in the back of the house, I have to agree with her!
     
  6. cwitham

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    Info looks awesome with what I saw while browsing it
     
  7. davidmsem

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    Thank you so much for your photos! I used your design. Just what I was looking for. 1414671194293.jpg 10342758_10204224646369508_835611181653367421_n.jpg 1012287_10204224646089501_1291658242179563855_n.jpg
     
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    uploadfromtaptalk1414697874008.jpg 6 mil moisture barrier and 5000 pounds of stone for a base today. Last bit of framing and siding tomorrow!
     
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    Nice Job guys. How much does the material cost for one of those?
     
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    Agree with that raybonz, this shed has since had a few 2 x 6 put under the deck for support and has held up well but could have benefited from a front roof panel. Upgrade, maybe.
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  12. burrman

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    [​IMG]I too built a wood shed this year...fully stocked and packed now with 5 cords stacked outside of it too...I'm up to about 16 cord cos so far..goal is 30 before winter holds me back
     
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    Thank you Frank...somewhere between $1500 and $1750....haven't added it all up....I went a bit nuts, some Azek, cedar siding.
     
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  14. davidmsem

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    Thank you Ray....I took the design from the gentleman that started this thread....on vacation this week with nothing to do.
     
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  15. DavelafsrCT

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    Hey stejus. I see this post is a couple years old, but I am just starting with wood this year. Never burned wood in my life and my wife is already after me to "hide" the wood so we don't look like hillbillies lol. I planned to build a woodshed and your's is EXACTLY what I pictured in my mind. Do you still have that excel sheet? It would be awesome if you could share that with me! Please let me know.
     
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    Nice and congrats. So when are you gonna build some more for the rest of your wood?
     
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    Yall make my wood shed look like crap..lol
     
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    Done!
     
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  22. Bushfire

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    Really like the New England barn red. Very nicely done! How well did the paint take to the PT 4x4 posts? Did you have to prime them first?
     
  23. davidmsem

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    I used a Benjamin Moore solid stain....Arbor Coat....went on great.....it says it can be applied to new PT.
     
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  24. davidmsem

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    ....and thank you for the compliment....
     
  25. Bushfire

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    Thanks for the tip on the paint. I'm in the process of building my wood shed and am considering the T1-11 plywood siding panel, but would rather see it painted than either left alone or stained. Sounds like the Benjamin Moore solid stain is the way to go as I would have some PT to also cover. I'm using a brown metal roof, so thought a nice weathered grey color would go well.
     

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