Published at Wednesday, November 28th 2018. by Summer Shields in Storage Shed.
Large, solid backyard storage sheds. First thing I got to do is tear all this down and pull all this out of the way. So I have a clean area to work with him. We finally got everything cleared out and right now we have to do the footings for a center Pole, but what you want to do is find somebody to help, and in this case you want to find someone to do all the grunt work and that's the work That you really don't want to do it's the nasty work. It's the sweaty work. It's the hard work, so get someone else to do all that kind of nasty. Like I was saying you want to dig your footings properly. This is Florida. You don't have to go too deep, so I think I'm just about deep enough. I think I'll go a little bit deeper. I had to move ten-foot sections of this pressure-treated lumber to the backyard and each of them were still wet from the pressure trading process and they're about 80 pounds.
Apiece and I did move about 20 of them. But after a while, my arms became really fatigued. So I looked around for anything that was accessible that had wheels on it. I do have this dolly and it turns out this worked out perfectly as long as I had the lumber balanced just right on the dolly. I can move two at a time and it was very easy. Your good morning, I'm getting a little further along on the shed. I really officially can't call it a shed it's an enclosure, because that's how I had it permitted since I'm in a residential area. If I wanted a solid roof with plywood and very you know ripped like a house, then I'd have to go to the next level of permits, which I just don't have time to do. So I am doing what I can under the provisions of the permit and one of those provisions is, I can't have a concrete foundation, not a problem.
The other provision is, I can't have the traditional solid roof, we have hurricanes in this area and a solid roof. Would need to add gear to hurricane code, so instead, what I'm doing is I'm putting all the support structures up here, but the air can go through this support structure, so it's not providing a hindrance where the roof is going to blow off and that's the dangerous part, and if I had a heavy roof on there and roof loot off blew off, then it would do some damage so instead to fill in this gap so that I can make this somewhat waterproof is. I will use some of this really lightweight material and I'm not sure what it's made of so it feels like a waxed paper and it's very thin. It's like a cardboard. Some mobile homes will use this for structural integrity and it will provide some structural integrity and when I put it up there, I will tack it down very lightly so that if the wind does come in here and get strong enough, it will blow off and Not take any of the support structure with it.
The other part of what I'm doing is I'm using the traditional flanges to hold the two by sixes in place, but I'm not nailing them in I'm screwing them in I'm, using like a outdoor decking screw the holders in so the whole surface is screwed in and the reason for that is because in another year or two I plan to have this covered with a Sunbrella material, that's like material that would be used on Y awnings. You see it in a lot of places. It lasts a long time and if the wind takes it away, it's it's just material, it's not going to do any damage to anybody's home, but even here I have a lot of this heavier duty, tarp that I'll use I've used these before they generally, at least Here in Florida can run between two and three years without any concerns, so all I'm doing is putting everything up by screws I'll take it down in about two years with the Sunbrella material, but for now this is a good solution. I have this set up like this so that I want the top to be flush. I can make that adjustment. I want this to bring it down just a little bit there. That's it. Thanks for joining me on this project, I'm not done with everything. I still have some fine detail work to do in here, not much. I do have a door that will function nicely, but I don't have the framing on it yet and a few more little things like that and that's all I have to do the biggest things that I was concerned about was hurricane season here in Florida. Now I don't have to worry about this blown away.
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