How to roof a shed ? There is no doubt that building a shed can be a bigger challenge if you are without the great craft experience. Nonetheless, I would say that with a little technical ingenuity and a good deal of logical sense it is possible. At least this looks to me after I have built a shed in the garden. In this guide I will describe how I have built our garden shed, as seen in picture 1. It consists of 9.9 sqm. Closed shed and 4.02 sqm. Inside the shed there are terraced floors, but one could also choose to make a solid floor or lay tiles. It is taste and pleasure.
The most important thing about the project is almost of you making a decision on where the posts should stand, and then putting them right. There is virtually free frames around the distance between the posts as long as you use common sense. The important thing is that they are placed correctly in relation to each other and that they are in good standing.
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For the placement of the posts you will need masonry string and a large angle. You can build the angle yourself from 3 boards, you need the 3-4-5 rule. I.e. that you must build a triangle where one side has a length of 3 m, the other side 4m and the last side 5m. You can easily make the triangle smaller by eg. To divide the targets by 2, just keep the dimensions.