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Discover step-by-step shed plans, end clutter and improve safety

Updated on March 24, 2016

Put an end to embarrassing clutter problems

Are you tired of putting up with all the embarrassment of disorganized clutter around your home and garage? Sure, you are and unfortunately, you are not alone.

Adding to your frustrations, your micromanaging type in-laws never miss an opportunity to remind you of your shortcomings. With statements like, how anyone can live with all this mess is beyond them.

In your defense, learned folks such as you, chose to first educating ourselves to the hazards of all things stored in their garages. Before spending money foolishly on storage solutions that will not fill your family’s needs.

Continue reading this article as we discuss how to build a storage shed that helps solves embarrassing clutter problems once and for all.




Build the storage shed you need

Solve your storage problems build your own shed
Solve your storage problems build your own shed

Safe storage solutions

Imagine for a moment, coming home after a hard day’s work and opening the garage door where much to your delight, you can finally park your car.

While garages are useful spaces to be sure home garages can also be safety nightmares filled with both, personal and structural dangers.

From fire hazards and toxins contained in lawn and garden herbicides. There are safety issues that you must confront if you live in a house with a connected garage.

There is a solution to these problems. Just imagine for a moment, all the clutter that once filled your garage neatly stored and organized in a storage shed you built yourself.

Yes, it is true; using step-by-step shed plans, and a little work you really can build the shed that will fill your storage needs, and finally get rid of all the clutter.

The lawnmower, weed eater, and leaf blower are no longer laying in the garage floor to trip over.

While we are on a roll, how about doing something with all the sports equipment scattered throughout your home garage filling every nook and cranny.

Let us not forget all the fertilizers, plant foods, weed killers, and insecticides contributing to the dangers and clutter.

It is easier than you think; all you need is a few basic woodworking and carpentry skills, a little time, and the desire to make your life better and home safer.



Easy to follow step by step building plans

Follow the step-by-step instructions included in a high-quality set of shed plans you can download off the internet in only a few short minutes. These building plans include.

Step-by-step instructions that take you by the hand and lead you through all the steps you will need to build your very own wood storage shed.

Learn decades of experiences worth of woodworking tips and tricks the pros use every day to make their woodworking projects easier to complete.

From basic measuring and squaring floor and wall framing, plum and level doors and windows,

Tips on the most advanced up to date woodworking methods. What the key secrets are you need to know in order to lay out your shed foundation.

Building a shed is easy with planning

How to build a shed floor, walls, and roof system will become unbelievably easy to understand once you discover the time-tested methods the pros have developed over years of trial and error.

Are you like me and countless other first time homeowners, with a father-in-law or smart-ass brother-in-law that know everything about everything?

I do not know about how you feel about the idea of putting them into their place, but for me that would be better than a bowl of chocolate ice cream, and I really really love homemade ice cream.

Building methods

Using the time-tested methods to build a shed that save you money, time and the embarrassment of all your clutter scattered around your house and garage is a Diy project you can complete with pride.

Imagine, your heart filled with Pride after completing your storage shed building project. How will it feel receiving all the well-deserved accolades from your hard to impress friends and family members? You know, you will be feeling awesome about yourself and the newfound confidence in your woodworking skills.


Now you know how to build a shed

Now you have the information you need and a better understanding on the skills you will soon learn to embrace.

The confidence that will motivate you to build a shed and many useful DIY projects you need and want.

Now buy you or a loved one and friend a complete set of building plans that will help you build the storage solution you need and build a shed.

You really can build your own backyard shed.

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Your thoughts and opinions are important to me, thanks. Mike

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    • Teddletonmr profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Teddleton 

      8 years ago from Midwest USA

      Katie, great to hear about the step by step shed plans helped you with your clutter problems. Now building a new garden shed will help make keeping all your garden supplies organized.

    • katiem2 profile image

      katiem2 

      8 years ago from I'm outta here

      Your step by step shed plans are great, we now have a wonderful shed and the house is looking fantastic having organized and stored the winter decorations we needed out of sight and mind for now. Our new shed looks great and even matches the house. Love the step by step shed plans and I think everyone should have at least one, I'm thinking of a garden shed now. Thanks and Peace :)

    • Teddletonmr profile imageAUTHOR

      Mike Teddleton 

      8 years ago from Midwest USA

      Delores, Thanks for your comment, we don't know what we have until it's gone sometimes. On a lighter note, big old and ugly sheds should be repurposed when no longer of any use to us, May you will build a new storage shed someday...

      Thanks again, make it a great day.

    • Dolores Monet profile image

      Dolores Monet 

      8 years ago from East Coast, United States

      Ted, a few years ago, we took down a huge, ugly shed. Now I wish that we had saved some of the wood to make a smaller one. They really do come in handy.

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