If you are tired of your garage being filled up with all your families extra stuff, then it may be time for a DIY storage shed. Building a shed really is easier than you might think. When starting out, you may want to check with the local building department to find out if they will require you to get a permit for your DIY storage shed.
Next, find an appropriate location that will work well for your purposes. Keep in mind the purpose of your shed, sun and climate, zoning restrictions, the appearance in your yard, and the aesthetics.
The materials that you use for your DIY storage shed will be another consideration. Fortunately there is a wide range in prices for building materials and you have many options. You can choose to try and match the look of your home and use similar materials. Or, you may opt to use something more expensive like cedar shakes.
You will also need to determine what roofing materials you will like for your new DIY storage shed. Some examples include: asphalt shingles, slate, clay tile, corrugated metal, and copper. When especially heavy materials are used in the roofing (clay) then it is important to verify that the shed structure will be capable of supporting the weight.
These are a few of the options that are available when you build your own DIY storage shed. Complete designs and considerations are provided in a number of references. You can find them online or from a local contractor. Contractors will charge more so your best bet is to get them online - just make sure that they are complete shed blueprints.
DIY Storage Ideas is a free software application from the Food & Drink subcategory, part of the Home & Hobby category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2016-08-30. The program can be installed on Android.
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