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DIY Project – 8×10 Lean to Shed

by Ovidiu


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DIY Project – 8×10 Lean to Shed


From P.C.,

I liked the 8×10 heavy duty Lean-to project because it provided good space for a typical residential yard. It also used strong 2×6 rafters/flooring. Lean-to provides great door rain protection. Wood costs delivered using duratemp prime=$1,200. Other expenses=upgraded stainless steel hinges and bolt from 360yardware.com. doors are 80lbs each. It is important to note that once the doors are needed this is probably the hardest part because even .25in off in measurement can mean the doors won’t fit right. Each door should be built and hung one at a time. Roof back includes cut off brown gutter turned upside down from home Depot. 3 tab shingles work great. It was very important to prevent rot to the walls, so used 4×8 solid cinder blocks on gravel . 3 rows of 5. .



From Plans: https://myoutdoorplans.com/shed/8×10-lean-to-shed-plans/

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Total Cost: $1200





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