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Tornado shed

  • September 8, 2017

Chuck2004EH
Chuck2004EH
Chuck2004EH
Chuck2004EH

I decided to increase the size of my backyard shed. This idea came to me after a tornado brought a huge oak tree down on my shed. This tree cut my shed in half and broke most of the floor joists. The biggest obstacle of this project was clearing away this large tree and doing the demo of the old shed framing. I also built a simple workbench in the shed. I have to say that I was surprised how long my 4Ah battery lasted while making many repetitive cuts with my circular saw.

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Tornado shed

by Chuck2004EH
Sep 08, 2017
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I decided to increase the size of my backyard shed. This idea came to me after a tornado brought a huge oak tree down on my shed. This tree cut my shed in half and broke most of the floor joists. The biggest obstacle of this project was clearing away this large tree and doing the demo of the old shed framing. I also built a simple workbench in the shed. I have to say that I was surprised how long my 4Ah battery lasted while making many repetitive cuts with my circular saw.