How to build a garden shed
In the garden of the house where there is no artifact hospitalize all our useful tools for gardening, and we often have to leave them outdoors, or to occupy spaces that are useful for other purposes. To build a garden shed, you need a good preparation mentally and excellent manual ability to create and adapt individual pieces to them. Let’s talk about how to build a garden shed.
The wooden houses, compared to reinforced concrete construction, are more comfortable in any season. The wood, due to its process ability and its technical characteristics, is considered the best material used in construction. In America, a large part of the houses built on two or three levels, are constructed entirely of wood and beams assembled, sealed with plaster panels. In our country, there is no real culture of the wooden house, understood as a principal residence. Numerous are the wooden houses, such as sheds garden designed to accommodate the wood or tools or to make dressing, in the presence of a swimming pool.
The first thing to do is prepare the necessary material, in this case for a small house of about 10 square meters. The first work to be done is the formation of the base: it must be absolutely flat and perpendicular. We must therefore cut five joists from 5×5 cm length expected, lay them on the ground, at a distance of 50 cm from each. Subsequently, joists resting on the boards , previously cut to size, making sure that the female tongue fits perfectly, then secure them with the self-tapping screws , continuing until the completion of the entire base.
Take now the other four pallets, of the type used for the construction of the base, fixing one for each corner of the base, using the angle iron to L. At this point , to build walls , will need to cut the boards to size, assemblywoman one another, using the interlocking male female, and attach to the four beams, ignoring for the moment the wall dedicated to the door.
Finished to prepare the walls , you will have to build the roof, using always the joists by 5×5 cm, which will locate on the top of the four beams of the walls, fixing them with the use of angled L, thereby causing it to pass part of the weight of the roof on the walls. At this point, fixed tables, one beside the other, until completion of the roof, making them protrude, for each side of the house, so that in case of rain the water drains away.