Turning a fence into a woodshed - my "green" woodsheld build

daveswoodhauler Posted By daveswoodhauler, Mar 23, 2013 at 4:19 PM

  1. Reckless

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    Dave whats all this gonna cost? Just wondering :)
     
  2. daveswoodhauler

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    Not sure, lol...I am using a lot more new material that I had planned, but I wanted to make sure it was sturdy and somewhat kind on the eyes. Here is some more progress from the weekend. The middle area should hold about 2.5-3 cords, and the areas on the ends are going to be used for garden tools/kindling, etc....Just kina making up the plans as I go along....probably not the best approach, lol.
     

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  3. Reckless

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    Looks nicer than my porch ==c Keep up the good work!!
     
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    Whh
    whoops.
     
  5. Berner

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    Most of my wood gets re-purposed into kindling. I just re-purposed two wood racks last week!

    I like the looks of those racks! Especially the top cover. What kind of cover is that? Also did you use pressure treated wood for those racks or just regular old 2X4's? Cheers!
     
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    Regular wood and the tops are just 5 mil plastic. They held up all Winter. As I used a stack, I just removed plastic

    I used a slap stapler and put about 100-150 staples in each rack though.....

     
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    Should be able to dry it in soon ;)
    Looking good
     
  8. daveswoodhauler

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    Makin progress. Gotta head down to the lumber store to pick up the roof sheathing.
    5/8's OK??? 100_3201.jpg 100_3202.jpg 100_3203.jpg
     
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    keep those pictures coming!! :)
     

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