The shed was built on a skid foundation of two redwood 6” by 6”s with 7” by 3”s 14” o/c for the floor joists and 34” T+G OSB for the floor. The floor is insulated with sheets of ridgid 2” insulation cut to fit between the joists, the walls and ceiling were insulated with 4” ridgid insulation. The walls were 4” by 2”s 16” o/c with double top plates, i used house wrap and 7/8” redwood shiplap siding on the outside. The rafters were 5” by 2”s and the ridge was a 6” by 2”, the roof sheathing is cement composite faux tile sheets which were secured with galvinised lag bolts and neoprene washers. A coloured cap covers the lag head, unfortunetly i was given the wrong colour washers and bolt covers! I used brown upvc fascia, soffit, gutters and downpipes to match the windows. The doors are redwood to match the siding and were handmade. The inside was sheathed with 3/8” OSB. I will be building a box step for the back door and a ramp for the double doors. More pics to follow.
Kitchen cabinet door panels ready for finishing.
My nearly completed redwood shed.
Double outswinging doors that i made myself.
A view of one of my home made saw horses.
A work in progress.