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Mnturfmaster

Member Since: 09/2018

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  1. Comment Reply: 29 days ago
    12 x 16 storage shed : Mnturfmaster
    Thank you!  I’m guessing the cost was between $3,000 and $3,500.  I have done a little more to it since these photos were taken like adding lattice around the bottom and a bunch of landscaping.  Unfortunately I don’t currently have any photos of the loft as the shed is stocked plump full of stuff as I am getting ready to host a grad party this weekend.  The wall are 8’ high and I think I set the loft at 7’ up with the peak of the roof at approximately 14’6”.  So I can almost stand straight up in the center of the loft.  The loft is to the left once you go through the doors and covers approximately 8’ of the 16’ length.
  2. Comment Reply: about 1 month ago
    12 x 16 storage shed : Mnturfmaster
    I didn’t really keep track but probably 3-4 weeks working on it during the weekends and evenings for a few hours each night after work.  I did all of it myself with the exception of standing up the walls and putting up the trusses where I had a buddy come and help me out for 1 day.
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    • WOW, what a beauty!! How long did this project take you to tackle, especially without going by any set plans? Very impressive!
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 13, 2019
      • I didn’t really keep track but probably 3-4 weeks working on it during the weekends and evenings for a few hours each night after work.  I did all of it myself with the exception of standing up the walls and putting up the trusses where I had a buddy come and help me out for 1 day.
        By Mnturfmaster, on June 13, 2019

    • Fantastic! How expensive was the total cost of materials? I’d love to build one of these but my skills and knowledge are currently lacking, maybe one day... do you have photos of inside loft area? Excellent work, kudos!
      By ClairJayne, on June 17, 2019
      • Thank you!  I’m guessing the cost was between $3,000 and $3,500.  I have done a little more to it since these photos were taken like adding lattice around the bottom and a bunch of landscaping.  Unfortunately I don’t currently have any photos of the loft as the shed is stocked plump full of stuff as I am getting ready to host a grad party this weekend.  The wall are 8’ high and I think I set the loft at 7’ up with the peak of the roof at approximately 14’6”.  So I can almost stand straight up in the center of the loft.  The loft is to the left once you go through the doors and covers approximately 8’ of the 16’ length.
        By Mnturfmaster, on June 20, 2019
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    • This is awesome...
      By Siclestix, on December 17, 2018

    • AMAZING! This is the perfect way to stay organized! Plus, we LOVE seeing all that green ;) Great job, @Mnturfmaster.
      By RYOBI Nation, on December 17, 2018

    • NICE!
      By Eric126, on January 18, 2019
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