When winter comes it is nice to have your firewood in a nice dry place. Brittany aka Pretty Handy Girl, Shares with us how she built her great looking firewood storage shed, using wood from an old picket fence her neighbor was getting rid of.
“I’m really excited to share with you the plans for How to Build a Wood Storage Shed today. This project is sure to dress up your fire pit area or create a nice spot to store and preserve firewood for your home. Learn how to build your own wood shed.Ready to get building?”
Let’s get to it!
Materials You Will Need:
- Circular saw (or hand saw)
- Miter saw (or hand saw)
- 3″ exterior decking wood screws
- 4- 4″ x 4″ x 6′ pressure treated posts
- 6 – 2″ x 4″ x 10′ pressure treated studs
- 16 – 5/8″ x 6″ x 6′ pressure treated fence pickets
- Nailgun (or hammer)
- 2″ Finish nails
- 1 – Corrugated Roofing Sheet
- Roof nails
- Waterproof washers for nails
- Tape measure
In the video Brittany shows us her project from start to finish.
See her complete plans and the steps she took to build this great shed at prettyhandygirl.com
These projects will not only save you money, but they allow you to add more features and, ultimately, greater precision and more versatility to the machines in your shop. And let’s face it: Having a shop outfitted with machines that you built yourself is just cool.
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