Tips on How To Build a Garden Shed
If your garage is chock full of stuff and you want to set up a place for gardening tools, as a garden shed, or perhaps even a place to work or craft, we offer some tips on building a garden shed from the ground up.
Decide on a style, size and shape
I receive a lot of enquiries from readers wanting to know if I have access to plans to build garden sheds. The problem with this comes with the fact that there are so many options, alternatives and designs to consider - one plan simply wouldn't be able to cover all the requests. Also, the size of your shed is a vital part of building one. With this is mind, I am sharing a video that takes you step-by-step through the process of building a garden shed from the ground up to completing the shed.
There is nothing fancy about the shed design and you can add or modify the shed to suit your particular needs. You can take this to the extreme and instead use these tips to help you build a greenhouse if you desire a space to tend to plants and flowers. There are a few differences in terms of how you erect a greenhouse, but like with building a shed, thinking about the style, shape and size are all important considerations. To choose the best greenhouse for your space, visit the official halls green houses website.
The video below is about is providing you with the steps to build any shed - any design - any size - any shape - with the knowledge that the video provides.
Consider that tools and materials you need
After deciding on what the garden shed will look like, you are going to need to work out what materials you need to get started. You are also going to need a selection of tools, although none used in the video are anything but your average DIY tools that most of you probably already have. If you don't have the tools you need, you can always hire them for the day, particularly tools that you don't already own and don't need except for this project.
While going through the video there will be a few items that are not readily available locally, however, there are plenty of substitutes that will work just as well. You can always pop online or go into a local hardware store to search for advice on what you can use.
Make sure you have a pen and paper handy, sit back and watch the video below to see how easy it is to build a garden shed.