DIY Garden Potting Sheds

Oct 27th

Potting sheds – Every gardener collects tools and paraphernalia in finding your hobby, hand tools for garden machinery. You need space to store bags of soil, pots and containers in which to plant. You may even need to store the lawnmower. A garden shed is a solution and, armed with a good set of plans and pre-cut wood can finish this work in one day. Not only will you be able to store everything you need for your garden, you will have a place to pot plants and start seedlings for next season.

Traditional Potting Sheds
Traditional Potting Sheds

The outside potting sheds, Disposition two long pieces of pressure-treated wood called “boards”. Floor joists space on skates as indicated in the plans and nails bands of the plot. Wall part of the floor layout just ended. Measure and cut studs to plan specifications and join the upper and lower plates. Key horizontal member’s perpendicular to the studs. Place the wall cladding and repeat for the rest of the walls.

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Potting sheds, Lift the walls in place. Make sure the walls are plumb to the ground before putting together. Install beam rests on the front and back walls. Install rafters in each bracket. Install the rest of the rafters at intervals of 16 inches. Crossbars insurance to support beams and keep them straight. Apply liner to close at the ceiling. Outside, attach the fascia on top of each wall just below the ceiling. This adds a finishing touch and helps prevent weather damage to the roof and structure.