I have made some progress on my storage shed and really not far from finishing.
The roof is on, however, I found out that putting the plywood on the roof by yourself in the wind can be a bit challenging as it wants to act like a sail, but all in all I got it done. Even putting the tar paper down and getting the drip edge on literally a minute or two before a severe late p.m thunderstom, wasn’t too bad but shingling was baad.
Shingling the roof, advancing 5” a course even on this 10×12 shed was not my favorite part of this project. Ranks right there with putting in footers. Got to be done, but sitting on hot tar paper in late July, and putting on shingles stinks.
But finally got that done and this past Saturday, my stepson Dan is visiting and he and I put on the facia and corner boards, gable siding and Z strip.
Then Sunday morning, we went and got some primer, brushes, rollers, etc. and got the primer on by late afternoon, which is why the dark picture.
Next I will build, mount and paint the door, and then I will have to install a ramp. After that I have a few cornice boards to mount and install the vents, put some lattice trim on the bottom, and I think I should be done!!!