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Sheds

comments (2) October 17th, 2011 in Project Gallery
EileenBrado EileenBrado, member

Pellet Storage Shed by Pete Thomson
steps into pellet shed
Wood storage rack
Pellet shed and woodrack together
Pellet Storage Shed by Pete ThomsonClick To Enlarge

Pellet Storage Shed by Pete Thomson


Projects built by Pete Thomson of Fairbanks Alaska. Long cold winters here require lots of fuel! Beautifully stored. Notice the unique steps, they are fully functional and 5 tons of pellets were carried up them by the owner/builder!


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Pete Thomson
posted in: Project Gallery, finish carpentry, storage, shed

Comments (2)

EileenBrado EileenBrado writes: Notice the uniqueness of the stairs. They are fully functional. 5 tons of pellets were carried up them by the builder!


Posted: 12:40 pm on October 19th

EileenBrado EileenBrado writes: Notice the uniqueness of the stairs. They are fully functional. 5 tons of pellets were carried up them by the builder!
Posted: 12:38 pm on October 19th

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