Building a lean to shed can take just a day’s work if you put in the effort to plan it and if you just have a simple lean to shed in mind. It isn’t that hard and costly either and if space is a concern, a lean to shed is the best option for you.
First, you need to have the gorund works in building a lean-to shed. Selecting the spot on which to build a lean to shed is the first thing I did. Keeping the available space in mind, you can formulate the size of the lean to shed.
Aside from the space, you also need to consider the things which you are planning to store in the shed. You may start to keep in mind the largest equipment and you can work from there.
Another thing to consider is the budget. A lean to shed is probably the cheapest shed you can build, but you still need to make a trip tp the hardware store to get some needed materials.
Next, you need to decide what materials you are going to use in building a lean to shed. The most common are wood and concrete. It can also be a combination of both. When you are using wood, be sure to paint or stain it afterward to protect it from excessive moisture. For concrete, you only need to apply concrete slab. But you can paint it for added protection and aesthetic value.
Based on experience, some of the tools I’ve used in building a lean to shed are the following: shovel,saw, hammer and screwdriver. I may have forgetten a tool or two , but it’s all basically just common tools you probably already have in your tool box
In building a lean to shed, I strongly suggest that you work with a very easy to follow shed plan to avoid overlooking on some things. I’ve used one myself and it’s DIY resource that proved to be very helpful in providing ste-by-step instruction with pictures. I’ve used it in my other woodworking projects as well.
You can check if it can benefit you as well in your projects.
T. Montgomery –
About the Author:
I’ve always been an avid fan of crafts. Having finished my first woodworking piece has got me hooked on building my next one and my next one until it just sort of dawned on me that a lot of furniture in the house is MY handiwork.Such a rewarding thing that is. To be able to see and use something you’ve made with your own hands.
For this reason, I’ve put out a helpful resource on things I’ve learned throughout my years of experience. Check out some free woodworking tips and tricks for beginners.