DIY How to Build a Shed A to Z



This flat Roof DIY Shed is Awesome, I will show you everything you need to know to build your own Shed from A to Z.

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This DIY Shed is 8′ x 10′ with a flat sloped over hang roof that is easy to build. I built it myself in just 4 days using very basic tools and designed this Shed style so that everyone can afford to build it and have the tools necessary to build it.

We built our Shed on a concrete pad but you could build your Shed on gravel or a deck structure as well. The secret is to make sure your shed has proper drainage so the structure is not moving around too much and make sure to follow your local building codes for temporary structures when building any shed!

Having a second door for the lawnmower helps keep everything clean and makes a great garden shed. If you are looking for a man cave or a she shed then this style will work for you. modifications can be made to the overall size simply by using 2×6 lumber on the flat roof so you can increase the snow load and width of the building.
If you are looking for a Do It Yourself project or something fun to do with the family You will not be disappointed in the ease at which this shed is built.

I share all my tricks for building a shed by yourself and cover all the tools and methods that are available to construct your own Shed.

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  1. I might have missed something sorry but how is the roof attached to the main structure (other than the couple of screws that go through the stud supports)? Great vid – very useful, thanks! About to have a go at my own

  2. I really like your video, thanks for sharing..
    I have a few comments / questions.
    About the roof, you are right in that no reason for fancy roof, one slope is usual fine. I think except you are building a huge shed where it may be better if the shed looks like it is build like the house.
    May I ask you about your selection of screws, I have no ware near as much knowledge as you so please bare with me. Why did you choose the screws you did? To me it looked like the wood did split where you put the screws in, would self tapping screws not have been a better choice?

  3. Jeff, where did you buy the windows?
    Home Depot $63 – yet you mentioned $15.

    Thanks for the video. Great job – hope you land your own TV series.
    Keep them coming.

  4. Whoa whoa whoa hammer gun how come I don't know about this???
    I bought a bi-level house and am getting ready to frame in a new bathroom and finish my utility room and l can actually use some of my ammo….I love this guy!

  5. Lol He's right… unless you're building a canoe/boat don't waste your time looking for perfectly straight wood. 1. Yes it will rain! And 2. I've never seen a perfectly straight tree. Just saying it's the trees flesh or we'll call it fiber right.

  6. IF YOU WANT THE DOOOR AS WEATHER TIGH T AS POSSIBLE….. THE DOORSTOP SHOULD BE PUT ON AFTER EVERYTHING ELSE IS DONE1 THAT WAY YOU PUSH THE DOORSTOP UP AGAINST THE CLOSED AND LATCHED DOOR BEFORE YOU SCREW OR NAIL IT ON THE DOOR FRAME. THUS ELIMINATING AS MUCH AIR FLOW AS POSSIBLE………………………….

  7. Excellently done and very informative. Question: can cedar be used instead of pressure treated wood for the bottom plate (in contact with the concrete)?

  8. I found out I can build a 200 ft square foot shed. I’m going to build a 12×16 shed very similar to this and wanted to say thank you. My question is in your video you change the direction of the boards in your roof but the plans I found all go the one way which you started in your video. Is that recommended to change direction for load issues or will it be fine if they all go one way?

  9. A couple friends with wheel barrows and you could've ordered concrete and had it delivered by truck and had the job done in an hour. Instead, you've got a concrete pad that looks like total crap after an ungodly amount of unnecessary work and hassle.

  10. Hi Jeff! We are thinking of building a very similar shed (CT, USA). Can you provide a rough estimate of the cost of this shed? Thanks and I 💕 your channel!!!!

  11. ok Im a chick and going to do this why didnt you get the ground framework done and then have the rock pebbles delivered strait into that spot once it was done and just smooth them out instead of making all those wheel barrel trips or do you like to work that much??? You could have pieced the video together you did any way. Im just sayin. This is how contractors charge us so much

  12. Curious, why didn’t you bury bottom plate bolts into the concrete when you poured or mixed it? I’m sure even running electrical to the shed would have been nice, asking for a friend!

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