Published at Friday, November 30th 2018. by Lilia Hubbard in Storage Shed.
It's been our raining for two days so far, and the new shed is holding up nice if no leaks since very well designed, of course, you know which high wind gusting wind snow might possibly getting in over here, because I could put up some kind of a Little screening around there, but anyway the skylight seems to work very nice. Okay, the doors closed right now and - and I got plenty of light, yeah but I'm doing here - is I'm putting I'm putting up a shelf system with very heavy brackets the 16-inch one.
They call maximum load brackets and because the walls there's a black pod engraved in there, it says don't load the walls more than hundred pounds seven. But what I'm doing is that I'm built on four by four treated wood and three-quarter inch between the wood deck? I'm running you know, that's just about ten foot on the Inside the cross and I'm putting up a regular framing here with a top plate bottom plate and then this wall there will be a top plate with studs which will frame it out.
Basically, the framing should be strong enough to hold the extra loads on them because I'm gonna load, these walls are pretty heavy. I know the floor could take it and the 2x4 walls with the brackets. For that I could put heavy stuff and then the bottom shelf will be high enough or I can get my snow blower right up like right up in this area. Clip the snow blows 29 inches wide, so I can put it right up into that area there.
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