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Practice log shed finally complete!

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I've loved the whole process of making a practice log shed. If I can do it, anyone can! I'm a web developer from Maine with no prior building experience. Just need to take your time and always follow LHBA's guidelines - they're solid and reliable and tested principles.

Here's a link to the pictures of my completed shed: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9...jdhMW16VzJVOVE

Overall lesson: It takes a good chunk of time and money to build log structures but I love doing it (and imagine you will too).

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  1. panderson03's Avatar
    nice! would you be willing to share what parts were the most expensive?
  2. zmacomber's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by panderson03
    nice! would you be willing to share what parts were the most expensive?
    Well...not quite sure what was "most" expensive...the roof panels were around $40 a piece and I put 6 on my shed. Then there's all the rebar...which is under $5.00 a piece but I needed to get quite a bit of it...plus tools/repairs of tools...it just all adds up quickly. Best to take it little by little unless you have a lot of cash.
  3. Nicolas's Avatar
    impressive, I plan to do same kind of practice with pier, to train fondation too
  4. timothy56's Avatar
    Love your little shed. Im inspired to start my garden/guest house .
  5. akloghomes's Avatar
    Nice shed... Looking toward starting my building adventures in a couple of years...