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Pallet / Skid Shed

This is my first go at building a shed 8.5' x 16'. Floor and walls are from skid's at my work along with the roof trusses. in all it cost me just under $720 and about a month and a week to build by myself. Has shingled roof and the Hardie siding. We are waiting for the Rain to slow so we can get it all painted
Hope you enjoy the pictures

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BuckJr

can I get more info on foundation? Looks a little shaky.


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Jammy

Solid half Blocks sitting on a small slabs of cement. Then I leveled and set the 4 x 4's on them. Had to sister 2- 8 ft 4 x 4's to get my 16ft. No one carries a 16 ft 4 x 4, Lumber Store said it was to long and warps to easy.. So I have 3 slabs under each 4 x 4. (front ,Center and rear)




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Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Construction,

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