Our panels are all SUDs compliant and made to comply with the Flood and Water Management Act 2010; this means that, unlike other shed bases, surface water build-up and risk of flooding is significantly reduced. Not only that, a plastic shed base is unable to retain water which means that there’s no risk of damage to the base or of water collecting and causing damp on the bottom of your new shed.

This shed is so gorgeous it looks like some kind of fancy greenhouse. Technically, you probably could turn this shed into a greenhouse, although its primary purpose is to store things. It doesn’t really matter, though, when you have a shed that is this lovely. You could turn it into anything you want, and because of its beauty, you may want to just transform it into a recreational hall!


Double-check the corners and the front posts to make sure they’re plumb. Then cut and install the 4 x 8-ft. sheets of siding. Measure and cut the siding panels so that the seams align over wall studs. Rest the bottom of the panels on a temporary 1/2-in. spacer to provide space between the siding and the drip cap. Nail the siding to the studs. Follow the siding manufacturer’s instructions for spacing and nailing the siding.
Before you shingle the roof, install metal drip edge. Then nail a row of starter shingles along the bottom of the roof. Install the rest of the shingles according to the package instructions. Before painting, we filled spaces on the exterior with acrylic caulk. Then we rolled and brushed two coats of top quality acrylic exterior paint onto the trim and siding. When all of this is done, your pub shed will be complete!

I built this shed. It is plenty big. The plans however, were a little confusing. I was able to overcome the confusion. If I had not had someone with a bit a experience helping me, it could have ended much worse. The confusion comes from the studding in the walls. It doesn't make sense, and if you follow the diagram the studs will not line up with the siding seams. You need to think it through with the reality of the shed and not the diagram. If I build another, I would also change the floor structure. It is a bit too bouncy. Needs more support. Overall, I am pleased with the shed. It will last for years. It was just a little confusing. I love the size
This tiny little shed has seen some things. This shed looks as if it has been around for a great while. Maybe it was a storage shed at one point, but these days, this tiny shed look as if it is a playhouse for children. Set in a more rural backdrop, this shed pops with color against the brown trees and foliage. It is a perfect space for a child to go and have a tea party with imaginary friends or for a kid playdate.
Not sure what to do with the old shed you aren’t using for storage? Refurbish it and turn it into a bar space! This is a fantastic idea for the couple that loves to entertain or the house on the block that is notorious for throwing parties. It is such a cute idea and given there are so many great ideas out there, you can easily turn the space into a chic bar area in no time.
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This tiny shed looks a little more like an old English phone booth than a shed thanks to the glass door. But it definitely looks bigger on the inside. If you look closely, the walls of this shed appear to have been made from exterior grade doors. Not only can this save you a lot of money in supplies, it looks very cool and should be very strong. You can pick up used doors at any building salvage store or your local Habitat for Humanity Store.
As I mentioned before, fully stocking a bar isn’t going to be something most people can afford to do all in one fell swoop. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself to fill it up immediately. Buy your favorite liquors, some wine and keep some beer in the fridge. Add to it each month when you have extra cash on hand. But if you want to get it up to snuff, don’t take out a loan. Here are a few creative ways to stock your liquor cabinet in a hurry.
This incredible shed has been transformed into a space center! The space shed has a telescope in it perfect for viewing all the stars at night. This would be the best “playhouse” idea for a kid who is really into science, or even for any-aged space geek who would love to take full advantage of this star platform! I, for one, would absolutely love this space and would probably never leave it!
Did you always want to dine outside? Well, this is your chance. Although it looks a bit like a box of matches, this space may be exactly what your yard lacks. It is obviously not suitable for storage and it’s not available as a building kit but it sure adds some elegance to your backyard. It’s not very cheap either, but this depends on the contractor.

Using wooden pegs and string, mark out the exact base size required, being careful to measure both diagonals in order to get the area square. The is area can now be excavated to a depth of 3". This depth can vary depending on the thickness of slab used and the gradient of the ground excavated. Overall you're looking to achieve a thickness of 4-5cm of sand/cement mix and the slab on top.
Using wooden pegs and string, mark out the desired base size adding 2" to each length, for example: for an 8x6 base you would need to string mark 8'2"x6'2". Measure from corner to corner to ensure the area marked out is square. The concrete base cna be level with the surrounding soil or raised above. If you require a level with the ground base you need to excavate the area to a depth of around 6" to allow for 3" of hardcore/sub-base and 3" of concrete. Level the area with a rake and remove the pegs and string. 
If your prehung door has exterior trim, pry it off. The wide trim board running around the shed, under the soffit, will take the place of the top door trim. Place the door in the opening to check the fit. The top doorjamb should rest against the wide trim board. Use wooden or composite shims between the side jambs and the 2×4 framing to square the door frame. Place shims behind each hinge and at the top, middle and bottom of the latch side. Adjust the shims until there’s an even space between the door and the doorjambs on the top and sides. Then drive screws through the doorjambs into the framing at the shim locations to secure the door.
Using wooden pegs and string, mark out the exact base size required, being careful to measure both diagonals in order to get the area square. The is area can now be excavated to a depth of 3". This depth can vary depending on the thickness of slab used and the gradient of the ground excavated. Overall you're looking to achieve a thickness of 4-5cm of sand/cement mix and the slab on top.
This “A” frame style shed features clapboard style roofing that will help shed rain, snow, and ice with equal ease. Instead of placing the shed flat on the ground where the wood frame could end up staying wet and rotting, the designer built a raised floor that would not only stay drier, but keep anything you store on it drier as well. When not being used for a summer camp out by your kids, it could double as a place to store your firewood.
This shed brings together antiquity and modernity. It has the simple and clean modern look. It starts with the simple fours walls and simple slanted roof. However, the decoration is different. The bronze paint color gives it more of a rustic feel. Plus some of the knick knacks are more reminiscent that the shed style is. It is one of those garden shed ideas that takes advantage of the best of both worlds. IDEA # 21: Be creative and see how you can bring two different decoration styles together in an attractive way.
This simple shed is framed using 2 x 4s and then covered in sheets of pre-grooved plywood to help keep costs under control. When all you are doing is building a tool storage shed, a design such as this is strong enough to handle snow and ice, yet light enough that you can move it around your yard. Note that the owner used the framework to install tool hangers and that he added a single window for light.

The post holes should be about 4 feet apart. Set up batter boards and mason's string to mark these points. The intersections of the string indicate the locations of a post corner. Use the 3-4-5 method described above to check for square at each intersection. Adjust the string along the batter boards as necessary and mark the location of the string on the batter boards.

So it's not surprising that people often ask me for advice about putting together a backyard storage building. Sometimes I get asked questions that I couldn't possibly answer: "Do you think my husband and brother-in-law can build me a garden shed?" Or, "Would an 8 x 10-ft. shed be big enough to store all my stuff?" Gee, ma'am, I couldn't say. But often, the questions have something to do with shed design, framing or siding options. There, I can help. And so with these inquisitive souls in mind I present my favorite tricks of the shed trade.


Time and time again we’ve discussed the many options available when it comes to building a shed base. We’ve gone through the pros, the cons, the aesthetically pleasing, the permanent and the portable, but we’ve never given a definitive answer on which product we consider to be best. Today, that changes, and we’ll give you the lowdown on the product we consider to be the best, based on ease of use, price, practicality and customer satisfaction.
It is easy to transform a garden shed into a stylish office space with so many design ideas out there. There are plenty of design platforms to help get you going, but when it comes down to it; your space should be uniquely you. Whether you prefer a more luxurious space or just need a space to gather your thoughts, your office shed should be a place you feel comfortable in.
Thank you for visiting our blog. Asphalt has no values worthy of anchoring a structure to since upheave on it can occur easily. I understand you are not anchoring to it but asphalt can get soft in extreme heat. Asphalt may compress unlike gravel, which once leveled, should remain solid for a shed foundation. Suggest you stay with proven fill under foundations such as a gravel intended for this use. Your local gravel supplier can recommend the size. I hope this helps answer your questions. Feel free to give us a call at 855.853.8558 if you have any other questions. Have a great day!
Very Happy the description says what's included and everything is great. There are 24 of 1 bracket type and 12 of the other. And for the cost you cant do much better. I agree with other review the instructions could be better. That being said I'm using mine a bit differently so the instructions are pointless for my case i had to make my own plans and materials list. I am using the 24 brackets for my top roofline (12 ridge beam Conectors) and purchasing other brackets from my local home improvement store to fasten my roof trusses to my own bottom framing that the 12 other connectors in the kit will be used in addition to several others being I am making a signifcantly bigger out building out of it for my car to be parked inside of. So far so good on that project and the ... full review
It is very critical to have a dry and level foundation. It is impractical to build a shed on an uneven foundation. This will prevent the wall sections (simple diagrams for making shed from scratch) from fitting into place when you try to secure them to each other. For sheds which will need to hold heavy items, it is recommended to build a concrete foundation. The two most common methods of building the shed foundation are as follows.

Figure A (above) and Figure E (in Additional Information below) show how to build a shed and the exterior trim details. Start by mounting the brackets. Line up the outside edges of the lower brackets with the face of the siding, push them tight to the soffit and screw them to the wall. Center the top bracket on the peak and push it tight to the soffit. Starting with the pieces that go under the brackets, wrap the corners with the corner board. Overlap the front corner board onto the side corner board (Figure E, in Additional Information below).
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