If you have never built a woodworking shed before then you will certainly need some guidance to help you through the process. Any project works best when sufficient planning has been done before you begin. As they say ‘Fail to plan, you plan to fail!’
The first thing to figure out is the purpose of the shed. Will it be for the storage of items that you do not have room for in the house or that you only use during certain times of the year? Will it be to store your woodworking tools? Or your gardening tools? Or maybe both! Or perhaps you need a little hideaway – somewhere you can escape to when you need some private time to read, meditate or listen to some music.
There are so many possibilities for a shed which is why it is important to decide on it’s function before you start the project. This will ensure that it is fit for purpose once it’s completed and to ensure that you are happy with the results. There is no point in building a shed, then deciding you want to be able to relax in it if it is too small to fit a decent chair and table in to it.
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Once you have gone through all of the above criteria, you will know what you are trying to achieve which will make the fulfilment of the task more achievable and enjoyable. Woodworking 4 Pleasure