Build Your Own Vinyl Storage Sheds

Sep 21st

Vinyl Storage Sheds – Lean-to structures are basic, three-sided buildings that have a variety of uses, from the storage of firewood to garden supplies. In some cases, they are also used for camping. When you have vinyl siding, you can add it to the outside of the shed to give it a more finished look. Follow the basic instructions and adapt the measurements to meet your specific size needs.

Vinyl Shed 8x10
Vinyl Shed 8×10

Look for a flat surface in the dirt that can accommodate your structure shed. Dig holes for the posts at each corner at a depth of at least 2 feet. Cut four pieces of wood corner posts 4 by 4 feet. Mix a batch of cement, pour it into the post holes and insert the wooden posts. Let the cement dry before continuing. Place a 2 x 10 piece of wood between the two front posts, along the top. Install the ceiling joists with 2-by-4-piece wooden nails between the 2-by-10 pieces. Nail of a piece of 2 x 4 of wood at the height of the center between the two rear posts.

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Cut pieces of plywood to cover the back, sides, and roof of the shed. Nail them in place. Measure the height of the four corners of the shed. Cut vinyl siding corner strips and nail them to the corners of the shed. Measure the length of the back and sides of your structure shed. Get pieces of vinyl siding enough cut to go from the bottom to the top. Lock your first piece of vinyl siding on the initial strip. Nail the top to the plywood with aluminum nails.