Are outdoor garden shed plans a real quality investment?
Let me start by saying that every man wants (should I say needs) some space for his own. Even a family man like yours truly. And if you are like me, married for quite some time now, you'd have your own set of petty arguments and troublesome quarrels with your wife over your space - being invaded.
You see, my sweetheart after a few months of reading those exotic and wildlife plant books, decided that she'll be starting her own garden. I thought that was a pretty cool thing to do, and off we went to buy the needed equipment, from shovels to hoes, to a wheel barrow. Not to mention bags of dirt and curious looking pots with varying shapes and sizes. It sure was a fun-filled experience!
Until she decided to keep them all in my garage.
I don't know how your story went, but I had no choice but to make my wife a garden shed outdoors so she can have her own private space and shall we say, for both of us to live peaceably with each other.
At first I tried to do it by myself since I had fairly a little bit of experience at the time in woodworking. Learned it from a friend. But I figured out after wasting about four hours (or a half-day in the weekend) how invaluable it is to have an outdoor garden shed plan. My reasons may not be yours, but as I'm more of a "big picture" kind of guy, I tend to miss out on the essential details... stuff such as:
1. Actual cost of all the materials involved
2. Roof structure, considering the heavy load. Most free shed plans you bump into have only a fairly flat roof and make do with small spec lumber which quite frankly, have a tendency to collapse under the load.
3. Heavy doors and solid locks, as sheds make for eye-catching targets for people looking to steal some stuff to sell (at flea markets or pawn shops)
4. Roof ventilation, to make sure that the things inside the shed are not damaged during hot climates.
5. Using pressure treated wood, instead of cheap lumber. the former can be sealed with pain and will more likely last several years. The latter has a greater tendency to rot quickly.
Also, and I guess more importantly... I was prompted by the plans I bought to increase the size of the outdoor garden shed than the one that my mind had originally made up. Because you don't have an idea how fast that place can fill up, and... if my wife decides to quit that hobby, I'm sure she's going to use that shed for more stuff than I could have ever thought would fit in there!
Outdoor garden sheds are definitely a quality investment, and likewise along with it, a good set of plans.
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