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Best Material for Shed Interior Walls

By Shed Mechanics

If you have a garden, then there’s no doubt that you’ll also benefit from having a garden shed to help keep your outdoor area more tidy. Whether you use it for storage, as a workshop, guest room, or as a “man-cave”, a garden shed will add space and value to your home. If you’re thinking about building […]

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How to Move a Shed With a Tractor

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If you have a garden shed that needs moving, depending on the size, weight, and distance you want it moved, you may need to employ the help of a tractor. Learning how to move a shed with a tractor is not the only thing you need to do, though. Depending on your current shed set up, you […]

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How to Move a Shed on Skids: The Easiest Way

By Shed Mechanics

Once you have a shed in your yard, you may think you’ll never need to move it. While this can be true for most people, what happens when you do need to get your shed off the ground to another location? Complete with reasons you may need to move a shed, plus tips and tricks on how to […]

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How to Level a Shed on a Slope Without Any Issues

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There are a plethora of safety issues if you have a shed on a slope or even an uneven shed on flat ground, but there are things that you can do to solve these problems. Unfortunately, you can’t go out and buy a shed from a big name retailer and expect it to be safe on sloped land. You’ll […]

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Where to Store Lawn Mower Outside: Top Five Choices

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Whether you live in an apartment, townhouse, or single-family home, it’s important to make use of the space that you have. Not everyone has a lot of room to store objects that they use seasonally, and things like lawnmowers, shovels, and snow blowers can take up a lot of room. Today we’ll teach you where to store […]

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Do I Need to Anchor My Shed: What You Should Know

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Will building a shed be easier with the help of software like My Shed Plans? And, do I need to anchor my shed? Anchoring a shed can be a crucial step as a shed owner since tornados, hurricanes, mudslides, and even just strong winds can cause a lot of damage to your shed. To prevent your shed […]

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What to Put Around Bottom of Sheds: Useful and Simple Ways

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Getting a new shed or building one yourself can be a great way to add more storage for your things. However, landscaping the outside of it or knowing what to put around bottom of sheds to make it fit better with your yard may be necessary so that it doesn’t feel like an unwanted addition to your yard. […]

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How to Square a Foundation for a Shed: The Classic Methods

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Of all the projects that homeowners DIY, building their own shed is one that many people can accomplish. Even if you aren’t all that handy, you will be able to tackle this job since this relatively simple task can be done by building a foundation, four walls, a roof, and a door. Sounds doable, right? With just a […]

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Materials Needed to Build a Shed

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If you are planning to build your own shed, you will of course require certain tools and materials. Today we want to go over a quick list of all the possible materials needed to build a shed.What You Need to Build a Shed The following is a comprehensive list of all the materials and tools which […]

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