Have you been scouring the Internet for backyard garden shed diy plans to serve as a project this weekend?
You don’t want to miss this! I understand what it’s like to run out of storage space especially when you get a nagging reminder from the wife to do something about it. Storage in the new house was a priority as Mary went through all the rooms evaluating the storage space except we missed one – the garage. Consider alternate storage but not an ugly one.
Today my garage is full of my stuff that I’ve accumulated through the years so I decided it was time to build my own backyard garden shed for storage. In the backyard garden shed designs I looked through the most important thing for me was to be able to easily access any of my items whoever I needed it. It was really important for me not to have to either pull everything out or have to climb over things to find what I needed.
Unconventional and hard to find plans
Luckily, I found a set of professionally designed custom garden sheds online with two set of doors, one in the front and the other at the back. Yes, the additional door did make the project cost more and took extra effort to install but it was worth the peace of mind. It’s great to know that I can easily access the items I need when I need them since there are two doors. A two door backyard garden shed causes a problem – where do I put this structure? You see most homeowners will place their shed right up against their backyard fence but I needed both doors to be exposed! Yup, you guessed it – I just turned the construction sideways and problem solved.
Three more important things to remember
Take the time to level the ground where you plan on building the shed.
Make the effort to install a solid foundation if you expect your shed to last. Not sure what size your backyard garden shed construction will be but you may need to install a permanent foundation of piers installed below ground level.