How To Build A Shed By Yourself All STEPS 10x16

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  • Published on:  3/7/2020
  • How to build a shed by yourself diy all steps included start to finish. A lot of the same steps can be used for a cabin, tiny house, greenhouse, playhouse or any small building. Ever dream of a man cave or she shed to work in or play in? These buildings are so handy to have, you could even live in one! This one is rustic rough cut board and batten. I love how it turned out!

    http://bit.ly/RuggedWood here you can get the RUGGED wood treatment for the siding.
    I LOVE how it turned out on my shed siding!!

    http://bit.ly/ShedDoorHandleLock here is the locking handle I used.
    http://bit.ly/HeavyDutyHinges here are the heavy duty black hinges.
    http://bit.ly/DoorBarrelBoltLatch here are the barrel bolt latches for the door that mostly stays shut.
    http://bit.ly/CarriageBolts here you can check for carriage bolts but you may be better off getting them at a local place.
    http://bit.ly/CordlessTools here you can check out some nice cordless tools if you want some to make the job easier.
    http://bit.ly/TapeMeasureMax if you need a good tape measure these are my favorite.
    http://bit.ly/Window24x24 here you can find a pretty cheap window as well. Otherwise I would recommend the Lowes one.
    There's probably more I could add but all I can think of for now.

    http://www.csgnetwork.com/foundationsquarecalc.html here is the one calculator I liked for squaring the building.
    https://www.blocklayer.com/square-layout.aspx here is a second one.

    Here is the video timeline if you want to skip ahead since I know it's a long video. You can't have a very detailed shed build without it being long. ;)
    0:00 Intro
    1:18 getting skids leveled
    4:11 floor joists
    10:22 plywood floor
    11:46 laying out trusses
    18:14 building trusses
    18:54 building walls
    26:24 setting trusses
    31:56 sheathing roof
    37:32 roof underlayment
    38:39 housewrap
    40:38 overhang framing
    41:48 drip edge
    42:49 steel roof prep
    47:52 ridge cap
    49:25 staining siding with RUGGED
    52:24 soffit and facia
    56:36 gable trim
    1:01:35 siding
    1:03:31 framing front doors
    1:08:11 window install
    1:09:33 trim and battens
    1:13:18 door latch / lock install
    1:16:11 shed is done! look inside
    1:17:12 total cost breakdown
    1:18:19 let me know how you did on your project, post pictures on Instagram and tag me in them. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/smarteasydiy/ https://www.instagram.com/ruggedwoodtreatment/

    Here is the cost breakdown for the shed.
    Lumber, concrete blocks and roofing underlayment $1000
    Rough cut lumber $700
    Steel roofing $450
    RUGGED Wood Treatment stain $70
    Misc $80
    $2300 total

    here is the complete material list that I used.
    8- 4x8x16 solid concrete blocks
    1- 24x24 window
    1 roll roofing underlayment
    2 bags of RUGGED wood treatment stain

    5 sheets 3/4 treated plywood for floor
    10 sheets 5/8 plywood for roof
    2- 4x6x16 treated skids
    2- 2x6x16 treated rim joists
    13- 2x6x10 treated floor joists

    64- 2x4x92-5/8 pre cut studs for walls and and truss top chords. They are long enough to reach and cheaper than full 8’
    15- 2x4x8 door framing and misc
    4- 2x4x16 wall plates
    15- 2x4x10 wall plates, truss bottom chords, and misc

    Rough cut lumber I used.
    54- 1x10x8
    21- 1x10x12
    5- 1x6x8
    9- 1x6x10
    18- 1x6x16
    14- 1x4x10
    12- 1x4x12

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