101 – How to build Shed DIY Back Yard Storage part 3 Building a Roof, Trusses

101 – How to build Shed DIY Back Yard Storage part 3 Building a Roof, Trusses

101 – How to build Shed DIY Back Yard Storage part 3 Building a Roof, Trusses

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This is a complete video series detailing exactly how to build a shed from beginning to end. It is presented so that even someone with little to no experience can tackle this project. The instruction teaches the IBC (International Building Code) rules that almost every jurisdiction in the United States follows, so you will be prepared if you need a permit. But in many cases a permit isn’t required for a shed under a certain size.

This project takes only basic tools to accomplish. If you have a circular saw, a drill, a level & a hammer, along with some basic hand tools, you can do this.

There are things that will make it quicker of course, such as a nailgun & compressor. But you can decide what level of tools are needed.

I’ve broken the video into digestible parts. This makes it easier to refer back to a specific section. Or, if you only happen to need instruction in one area, this will save you time, since you can just watch what you need.

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Bunny Warren says:

When you calculated the rafter length, that's the underside of the rafter and doesn't account for the upper edge being longer to get them meeting at the top.

Andy Stephenson says:

The sketch called for 69.5 inches but you marked at 69.75 inches. Was this intentional and if so why did the measurement change? Thanks 👍🏻

Jeff Jablonsky says:

Excellent information and tips for making the assembly seamless. Thanks for the wonderful information.

Harry M says:

3:30 you could have done that easier. just multiply both sides by 60, that gives you (7*60)/12 on one side and 60y/60 on the other.

Mike Biggs says:

Is that snow falling? 😲 Yikes.
Lovely build.

Andrew Powell says:

Yay the roof Build

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