Trash can storage keeps ugly trash cans out of sight for neighborhood and street. A storage shed not only keeps garbage bins out of sight, but keeps the water out of them and prevents animals from overturning them and creating a mess on the yard. Storage sheds can have one floor or not, according to your wishes. Storage sheds can be any width, length and height you need.
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Trash cans storage with planned Cut 2-4 inch boards and plywood based on the width and height. Wash the cement blocks in the ground at a distance of every 4 feet each wall, so there is one in each corner. Lay a 2-by-4-inch board over the blocks. Low level on the table to see if the blocks are level. If they are not, dig into the ground under the blocks that are too high. All blocks should level before you start. Only 2 inches of block should be over the ground. Also using the marquee for this step leaves the marquee on top of the ground instead of digging in the ground.
Build the floor of the floor by screwing four 2-by-4-inch boards into a square or rectangle. Trash can storage to Measure the square diagonally from corner to corner. Adjusting as needed to be sure a square or rectangle is square. Enter 2-by-4-inch boards running from left to right inside the square and every 6 feet. This is the floor joists. Measure again to make sure the frame is still square. Screw inside boards on the frame from the outside. Use at least three screws for each board. Cover the floor with ½ inch plywood. Using another person or two, lift the floor on the cement blocks.