DIY Firewood Storage Shed

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DIY Firewood Storage Shed



From Drew,

I used a Framing Nailer instead of screws and it made this firewood storage shed a very easy project. I used all pressure treated lumber, except for the rafters. I had to add 3 Purlins (10′ 1″ x4″, cut to 99.5″) across the top to accommodate nailing the Ondura corrugated asphalt roofing. All total approx $300 and less than 8 hours.  Does not include nails as we already had boxes for our Framing Nailer. I have very minimal experience but have a step-father who has all the tools.



From Plans:

Difficulty Level: intermediate

Time Required: 1 day

Total Cost: 300 $


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  1. Drew at - Reply

    Thanks for posting this!

    If I had to build this again, I would make the high side the open side. Easier access and you could get away with 1 less 1*6 back wall piece.

    Again, my sons and I had great fun building this and are looking through all the plans for our next project(s).

    • Julian at -

      Thank you for sharing the project and for the notes after using the project. Can’t wait to see what you will build next!