Monday, March 5, 2012

Storage Shed Finished!

For the last week and a half or so, we’ve been working on putting together a metal storage shed in the backyard for tools and other items we don’t want stored in the garage.  We did drive to Tucson on Thursday for a visit and lunch with our Idaho hunting partners, Jim and Mary Lou.  It was great seeing them again as it had been about 2-1/2 years since we had last seen them.

I didn’t take any progress photos of the storage shed being put together, but here are a couple of photos of the finished project.



With that project completed, we’re ready for a day off tomorrow to get caught up on grocery shopping and whatever else catches our interest.  And with this post, our blog is again up to date.


Anonymous said...

Greater update Jan!!

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

Had one of hose storage sheds at our home before we sold it. I used to put the lawn-mower and fuel can in there not even thinking how hot it got on warm days let alone hot days. I had to cut and install plastic vents that could be closed in the cold weather. One on each end under the peak of the roof otherwise it's like someone hitting you with a flame-thrower.

Good Luck, Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.

Ula Heximer said...

It looks strong and neat, man. Metal sheds have a lot of strength and durability that lasts for a long period of time. One of my three sheds is metal. They also have stylistic options that comes in affordable prices.

Metal Storage Sheds said...

Storage is now in demand in any house to build, many architect always put storage room. said...

I've built a couple of their smaller sheds. They hold up pretty well for what they are. Get lots of extra helping hands, seal it better than they tell you ( the one I have now leaks ) , and don't try to put it together if the wind is blowing.

Metal sheds