Framing A Shed / How to Build A Shed | Part 3

Framing A Shed / How to Build A Shed | Part 3

Learn the tricks to build and assemble your shed walls all by yourself with ease. This is framing school 101!

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MegaBobtube says:

I like the way you erected the first wall.

VampireOnline says:

Will there be a video on that fence?

Aelanna64 says:

I've been planning to build an extension onto the side of my shed, and was planning to make a single roof 8' tall on one side and 7' on the other. Awesome, now I get to see how to build it before I build it! Great tip on how to brace the wall by yourself, since I'll be working alone, too!

Dr. Jimes Tooper says:

What brand extension bit on your impact driver are you rocking?

Alicia Barroso says:

eye protection………

MrJohnweez says:

Love the ending lol

Dave B says:

Nice tutorial man! Though I disagree… A nail gun would be a lot quicker than a hammer lol.

Joseph D. says:

Gosh… your videos are so good…. but your breathing is so annoying….

bklynwam says:

Great video. Love your style. Keep it informative and interesting at the same time. One question for you. I am from NY and our building code no permit for shed less than 120 sq feet and maximum height if 7’6”. Is 7’6” height for the top plate or the overall height to the top of the roof?

arthur dasilva says:

Do you have part 4 out already? I don't see it

Graham L says:

Regarding the bottom plate: There is foam sold in rolls that goes between the bottom plate and the cement. This in addition to your pressure treated wood.

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