Large, solid, cheap, backyard storage shed

building ideas for easy custom storage shed
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  • Larry Johnson 2 months ago

    Cheap?

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  • Tim Solomon 2 months ago

    I am surprised that no one is complaining about the fact that the government wants a permit for everything!!! It is not up to the government as to how you build your sheds for sure. Not even a home. It's all revenue based. Do you know how much those permits cost??? Lol.

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  • Rebecca C Ramirez 2 months ago

    HahHahaha 😂 awe…you love your wife….an she loves you LoL

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  • Gina Cable 2 months ago

    Great video!

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  • Murray Runge 2 months ago

    ha ha…… doesn't look that cheap…… funny guy you are

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  • TexasBlues2000 2 months ago

    lol This was awesome. Well done.

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  • Phin Al 2 months ago

    Thank you for sharing. Good job!
    (Galvanized screws in your Simpson ties will hold up against the chemicals in the pressure-treated lumber better than regular deck screws.)

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  • Bryan Bernart 2 months ago

    An engineer ought to know what type of shovel to use. You sure don't!

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  • David Fricker 2 months ago

    Paint the tarp with a white rubberized paint (like snow seal) and it will last a lot longer

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  • bes1batch1976 2 months ago

    Hahaha, nice humor

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  • James Sparhawk 2 months ago

    I am a master carpenter, and really enjoyed your video. The walls are solid as a rock bud.

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  • Wayne Novotny 2 months ago

    Where does "cheap" enter into this thing????

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  • stevecameron85 2 months ago

    lol wasn't expecting the fake hit over the head with the shovel. lol

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  • Doc Bino 2 months ago

    You guys are funny and I'm into minute 4 only 😂

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  • clockguy2 2 months ago

    How did it fare during Hurricane Irma?

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  • Diane N 2 months ago

    How did your shed fare after the last two hurricanes(Harvey, and Maria)?

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  • Andrew D 2 months ago

    Very creative code workaround…but yours must be a very understanding inspector. Why did you decide to use the 4×6's instead of regular studs and 1-bys which would still be a "fence" but cheaper? Did the final product pass inspection and what does the tax collector call your new addition? (I'm in Hardee County and might try something similar myself.)

    And can you tell me a bit more about that "waxed paper" material you mentioned? I put windguards around my dragon fruits in winter and poly on wire is a pain to replace every year.

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  • Body & Mind 2 months ago

    Safety first, never use pressure treated lumbar for indoor use, you'll die…

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  • Kim Daniel 2 months ago

    I concur great video so fun the first couple minutes especially! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Larry Lund 2 months ago

    It is always good to build your first tree house on the ground.

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