Angela
Angela
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  • San Antonio, TX

Building a Backyard Shed/shop


As a part of our backyard transformation, my husband had to have a shed/shop! This is a chronicling of that project!
Tons of pictures and more information is available if wanted!
http://twelveoaksmanor.com/2013/06/06/backyard-retreat-2-a-shed/
Laying the groundwork
Laying the groundwork
Pouring cement in sections
Pouring cement in sections
Full slab poured
Full slab poured
Curing the cement
Curing the cement
Construction begins!
Construction begins!
It's taking shape...
It's taking shape...
Roofing begins
Roofing begins
More roofing
More roofing
Garage door was installed
Garage door was installed
An entrance was also added thru the house garage
An entrance was also added thru the house garage
Slatwall panels were hung to store yard tools away!
Slatwall panels were hung to store yard tools away!
Cabinets were built to store tools!
Cabinets were built to store tools!
Drop down storage "lifts" tools out of the way!
Drop down storage "lifts" tools out of the way!
Front view of "lift away" storage.
Front view of "lift away" storage.
Exterior lighting was added
Exterior lighting was added
More exterior lighting
More exterior lighting
Back end of finished shed
Back end of finished shed

To see more: http://twelveoaksmanor.com

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  • Pat
    on Oct 24, 2014

    Angela @ Twelve Oaks ManorHi I know my post is a little late, but I had two questions. Did you attach the roof of the shed to the roof of the building (garage?) next to it?

  • Marla
    on Nov 15, 2014

    I was curious... I can't really tell from the photos but does the edge of the slab where it meets the house have anything separating it from the other slab? Or do they meet together with no barrier? I live in San Antonio, too and will be tackling a similar project soon!

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