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Framing the floor and erecting the walls are much less complicated. Setting the shed on a foundation is the first requirement. This element can be made of a combination of pressure-treated lumber and concrete blocks or be a poured concrete slab. When choosing the timbers and blocks route, make sure to choose blocks that are solid all the way through. Concrete blocks with hollow centers will buckle under the weight of the building.
So what can you do about that? There are a few things that will make a big difference without too much cost or effort on your behalf.
The first factor is where you want your garden shed locates. Definitely you need to make sure the garden shed you buy will not be too large for your backyard, but you also need to make sure it is located in the best place you want. Some homeowners place a garden shed close to their houses, but some others prefer to place it close to the fence. You should find the best place to locate your shed and make sure it looks harmonious with your surrounding buildings. After that, you need to measure the location to get a basic idea of your garden shed's size.
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