The Shed (Part 2)

The shed is just about finished. I still have to fit some window glass and the guttering for the water butt.   It’s turned out rather well – given that my carpentry career only kicked off with a bird box in November. What pleases me most is the strength of the structure. It’s clear that using the same principles, adding insulation and opting for a proper door and windows you could construct a garden studio for a fraction of the price of commercial offerings.  That said, my shed has cost about 3 times the price of a flatpack from B&Q.  But that’s ok.  We can call it research.

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3 Responses to The Shed (Part 2)

  1. tony says:

    That’s very impressive. What’s the roof? Tiles or felt? You have a commission should you ever wish to do the same in the wilds of Wiltshire.

  2. Trevor says:

    Primeval rite of passage – you’re a shed bloke!
    Reseach and thesis complete, feels good and you know that you could crack a bottle of bubbly over the bow without it falling over. All hail….

  3. Tony Ramsay says:

    Thanks, Trevor. I blame you for the whole exercise…

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