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post #1 of 6 Old 08-13-2017, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
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Biggest WW project in a long time.

12 X 20 shed for lawn/garden stuff & shelf storage. Lots of recycled materials, but enough new to run up the $$$$. Outside finished, still installing shelving.
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Very nice! I wish we had room for one like that in our backyard. Well, we sort of have room but the HOA won't allow us to build one like that, has to look like the house - $$$$$$!

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That's a nice size! I live in the city, so I was limited to 150 sq ft, unless I applied for a variance.
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Update. Installing shelving, working around equipment space. Over 250 running feet of shelving installed, more to come. Ran out of the industrial shelving, not sure what the rest will be. Slow going because I'm going all through a 2 bay shop deciding what stays, what gets scrapped, and what goes in the new shed.
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Nice. I need one of those. I have the room but not enough money or least enough that I would want to spend on a shed. I am thinking of an open wall lean to type of shed on the backside of our 24' x 36' shop/storage/studio pole building.
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