DIY Lean to Woodshed – 3 cords

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DIY Lean to Woodshed – 3 cords

Preparing-the-base-for-the-wood-shed

 

Building-the-floor-for-the-wood-shed

 

Fitting-the-posts-to-the-firewood-shed-floor

 

Fitting-the-rafters-to-the-top-of-the-firewood-shed

 

3-cord-Firewood-Shed---DIY-Project

 

From Chris, 

The woodshed lean-too project was really fun. My grandfather was a carpenter and kept thinking of him while putting this together. Materials cost ~$700. Site prep took me 2 days as I had to level it out and I used stone and pavers. The actual framing and total build time, on and off, took me 4 days. The roofing took me a day and then I sealed it with an Autumn Brown stain. I may hang a tarp or canvas on front to keep snow out this winter as the sides and back will be able to let air circulate through the wood.

 

 

From Plans: http://myoutdoorplans.com/shed/3-cord-firewood-shed-plans/

Difficulty Level: easy

Time Required: 4 days

Total Cost: $700

 












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  1. Ovidiu at - Reply

    Thank you for sharing! Your woodshed looks amazing! I really appreciate you taking the time to take pictures during the build.

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