Project Shed Update
My self build Shed project is coming along really well. The bonus of designing everything out in 3D beforehand has meant that it’s been just like putting a kit together really. It’s taken a day to cut and sort the base, I avoided spending too much back breaking time trying to fully level the area out by simply using off cuts to make sure all of the base was touching the concrete blocks. The garden is on a bit of tilt there but I’m not fussed about a few wonky angles, lol.
Last bank holiday weekend I has a little time to take all the frame pieces I’d cut out a few weeks back and finally get them all put together. There weren’t really any big issues, the beauty of using screws for everything is that if something ends up not fitting properly you can just unscrew it and move it. I even had time to cut and put together the roofing supports as well.
Now I’ve just got to wait till next bank holiday at the end of the month (and next payday) to get the cladding ordered. I do have the floor and roof OSB boards but I’m not doing the roof till it’s all cladded, I don’t want it all blowing away on a windy day. Plus the marine grade 18mm OSB I’ve chosen for the roof is bloody heavy. Not sure how I’m going to get it up there and fixed, but we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it.
In the meantime I may get the opportunity at some point this month to fit the flooring in, which will take some jigsaw ingenuity, but before that it’s Brewday next weekend.