Isn’t a shed just 4 walls and a roof? Then it shouldn’t be hard to build, right? But when you want a shed to last for years, even generations, you need to do more than just nail 4 planks of wood together and cap it with a roof. You need to make sure it can handle rain, sun, sleet, snow, and strong winds. It should also be able to take rough handling, slamming of doors, bumps, scrapes, scratches, and even kids throwing balls and stuff at it.
Ryan Henderson is fast becoming a familiar name among people interested in building sheds. He is an expert in woodwork and has come up with a plan – the Shed Plans Elite, which is a book that does more than just tell you how to nails pieces of wood together. His shed plans actually have 12,000 blueprints and detailed instructions on how to make each building last – for years.
His book, really a download and CD hard copy, has been inspiring amateurs and interested people on how to avoid hiring contractors and doing it all themselves. Going over his book, it’s easy to how one can suddenly be capable of following a blueprint (some are quite complicated) without any experience.