Step 8: Roofing

Two- x 8-inch facia boards are attached to the edges of the roof. Notice that there is some unevenness of the seams where pieces of T-111 join. This is not unusual. The seams are covered later with pieces of 1- x 4-inch trim boards.
<p>thanks for taking the time to share this...I am moving out to Montana and love everything simple these days...I find I'm much happier. So im thinking this is a great mini home prospect..Just add more space. I love the potting spot on the side of it since I love planting and gardening so much. I've always wanted to do this and create long wood planters and line them around outside of building!!:)</p>
Beautifully done! <br>
Beautiful, how much did it cost? In Oz I would estimate about $20,000,,,
Frost line? What's a frost line? I live in Texas ;)
how do I know where the frost line is?
You could ask in a local DIY store, I guess. Your local contractors also should have a good idea.
Just a Potting Shed? My house looks worse than this!
Great job, awesome idea not for potting shed only but as garden storage and tool warehouse :)
This shed is sooooooooooooo beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing. Have a Happy Spring.<br>Sunshiine
cool i might use this as a workshop qusiton how could i add the post if i allready have a slab
Howdy! I like the old style look of the dark&quot; 2 over 2&quot; windows with aluminum cladding. Can't make out name on sticker. Can you supply mfg. name ,style ,and /or supplier,please? Thanks!
Thank you so much for the pdf! I so wanted to build this last summer but passed because I didn't have the information! Next summer I will be ready!
I am new here so not sure this will work but will try to upload the pdf for this.
Thanks, I have it saved now. I am so gonna love having this shed!
If anyone needs the plans I have it on a pdf, I found from another connection today
I clicked the &quot;download here&quot; link, and found no sign of the plans.<br /> <br /> :-(<br />
Ditto.<br /> <br /> Did anyone download the plans before they disappeared?<br />
Apparently the full plans are subscriber-only content on the progressivefarmer.com website. Somewhat vexing.<br /> <br /> Reminder to anyone planning to build a shed:&nbsp;Check local zoning laws before you finalize your plans and start spending money. You may need a construction permit, or there may be flood-control rules you have to meet. The size of the shed may affect which, if any, of these rules kick in. Always check with your Local Authority Having Jurisdiction.<br />
Plenty solid ! good instructable Thanks
What a lovely, sweet little shed! It looks like a lot of hard work went into making it. Fantastic! :D
very very cute! Did you have to get a building permit to do it? So cute!
Great project! How is the floor finished? Is it just a dirt floor, or is it raised?
Thanks for this great Instructable. Can I ask what finish you used for the siding and roof?
Beautiful shed. You make it look so easy! Any idea of aproximate materials cost for this project?
Thanks for adding this! I am an extremely unoganized person so, seeing how well you can arrange things in there is much appreciated.
this shed is so adoreable. Do you have any pics of the inside?
Thanks! I have added some more pictures of the shed as Step #12.
Great job, you add in a lot of thought to your work, I love all your stuff.
Nice work. You can also attach PDF's directly to your Instructable. Just upload them along with your images.

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