SpaceSaver with Sliding Doors Lean-to Storage Shed is made entirely with renewable resources and accepts a wide range of finishes to help you create a personalized look.

We offer weekend customer service support if you have any questions. The entire unit ships on a pallet via a motor freight company directly to your residence. See our home delivery options to learn more. Siding Options. Finger jointed bevel siding wall cladding , is lumber made from high grade short pieces of cedar, joined together to make longer pieces of wall siding.

The joints fit together like interlacing fingers that are glued together. Environmental Message: The use of finger jointing by our forest industry is good for our environment. It enhances the recovery from our natural resources by allowing the use of small pieces of lumber. Quality and Value: Finger jointed cedar enables the use of beautiful Western Red Cedar siding, at a fraction of the cost of non- finger jointed lumber.

The finger jointing process has evolved over the years, with this lumber having the added benefit of enhanced stability for use by our valued customers. Staining and Painting: Cedar is desired for its aesthetic qualities.

Its natural beauty has a wide range of color variations. As these finger jointed boards are made up of small pieces joined together, you will see a mix of colors in one piece of siding. These natural colors, and the architectural look of the finger joints, may be enhanced with a variety of clear stains; or given a more uniform look with solid or semi-solid colored stains. Architect Knotty siding wall cladding are solid pieces of cut to length lumber that contains no open characteristics or through defects.

Environmental Message: Due to our shed designs, we utilize shorter lengths of siding that home builders have difficulty using in typical house construction. Due to the increase in demand for this length of siding, more and more siding is being utilized in our sheds and not ending up being wasted. Quality and Value: Grading Architect Knotty siding for your shed consists of examining each piece of siding prior to assembling the shed wall to make sure it has the best appearance and strength at time of manufacturing.

During our siding manufacturing process, the exposed piece of siding receives a saw textured face. Due to the increase in exposed wood fibers, more stain will be absorbed and add to the durability and longevity of you shed. When you add a shed to our shopping cart the price will default to a Standard Plywood System. Fasteners are included to secure plywood to roof rafters. You will need to purchase, at your own expense, the type of roofing material suitable — such as asphalt, metal, slate or solar.

If you have decided on our Metal Roofing System, the following materials will be included with your shed kit:. Metal roofs are designed to attach to roof battens. Battens are supplied and cut to fit so no dangerous and time consuming cutting will be required. Once battens are attached, install the Galvalume drip caps to front and rear facia.

Simply lift and secure precut Galvalume Roof Panels onto battens and secure with included self tapping screws. To complete, place Galvalume Ridge Cap on the apex of the shed and secure with supplied fasteners. If you have decided on our Western Red Cedar Roofing System, the following materials will be included with your shed kit:. Simply lift each panel up and place on roof rafters. Attach each panel and then position our proprietary filler shingle in roof seams. The driver will take your skid to the back of the truck, place it on the liftgate, lower it to the ground and place it next to the truck.

The driver will take your skid to the back of the truck, cut the straps and hand the pieces down to you. Most individual pieces weigh no more than lbs. Traffic and weather can cause delays.

Measure the diagonals and adjust the floor frame until they are equally. Lock the skids to the frame with rafter ties. Invest in pressure treated plywood. Build the side wall frames for the short shed. Notice the double top plates. Continue the short shed project by assembling the front wall frame.

The opening is for double 6 ft doors. After assembling the wall frames, you need to lay them on the floor surface. Align the edges flush and plumb them with a spirit level. Attach the sheets to the front of the shed. Make the cuts around the door opening with a saw. Mark the cut lines on the rafters and then get the job done with a circular saw. Use rafter ties to secure the rafters to the frame of the shed. Fit the T siding sheets to the sides of the lean to shed.

Align the edges flush and insert 8d nails to lock the panel to the frame. Use a saw to make the cut around the rafters. Fit the T siding sheets to the back of the short shed. Make the slots so you can slide the panel around the rafters. Fit the sheets to the top of the lean to shed and leave no gaps between them. Use 8d nails.

You could fit asphalt shingles to protect the shed, as it is a straight forward solution. Secure the tar paper to the plywood sheets with roofing staples. Fit the drip edges. Place a starting course at the bottom of the roof, before installing the asphalt shingles. Always read the manufacturing instructions before starting the installation, as there are several aspects that differ.

Fit the double doors to the opening and align the edges flush. Use hinges to attach the door to the jambs. Install a latch.

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