Today, on Workshop Edits, I’m building a 3′ x 6′ Cedar Shed on a budget with starter tools every DIYer should have – and if you don’t have them, just know that if you bought them all new, you’d still come in over $500 under budget if you bought something from the store – and you’d still have to assemble it yourself!
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36 x 2″x4″
3 x 2″ x 4″ pressure treated lumber
39 x Cedar Fencing Planks
~200 3″ wood screws
~500 1.5″ brad nails
Red Chestnut Stain
Roofing Shingles + Roofing Nails
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Even if it doesn't rain much in your area, I would still change the roof angle to not lead the water between the house and the shed as this could create moist areas in a place where you don't see it and cause mold or rot there.
you should put the lock in other location
Nice build and well explained video. I think this will inspire a lot of people who need this!