Building upon the success of earlier versions, which sold more than 250,000 copies, Building Sheds by Joseph Truini provides all the expert advice needed to construct a shed from start to finish.
With broad appeal, Building Sheds, which includes nearly 500 photos and illustrations, offers a range of options to help do-it-yourselfers complete one of the most popular outdoor building projects. The book features instructions and plans for five different styles of sheds:
- timber-frame garden
- low-maintenance storage
- cedar shingle
A no-nonsense guide, Building Sheds details every step from designing a shed to match individual storage needs to selecting materials. Author Joseph Truini also offers advice on constructing foundations, installing windows and doors, and building stairways and ramps.
Detailed working drawings enable do-it-yourselfers to build the sheds outlined in the book as well as to customize a project by mixing and matching techniques.
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About the Author Before writing about carpentry, Joseph Truini, of Connecticut, worked as a remodeling contractor, cabinetmaker, and union carpenter. He has written extensively for magazines such as Today’s Homeowner, This Old House, and Popular Mechanics. He is the author of Building a Shed (The Taunton Press, 2003 and 2009), Installing Floors (The Taunton Press, 2010), and Tiling: A Homeowner’s Guide (The Taunton Press, 2015).
“Lots of handy tips, exceptionally clear illustrations, and photography make this a valuable resource if you’re keen to build that special retreat.”
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Table Of Contents No Intro No ISBN 978-1-62710-770-9 Video No Author Joseph Truini Publication Year 2016 Dimensions 8 1/2 x 10 7/8 Pages 224 Photo 485 Drawings 32 Other Formats 77567 Cover Paperback Format Paperback
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