The walls to this shed are very thin and I'm not worried so.much about them just the support of the 2x4x10 that supports the frame of the floor itself.
How do I repair a water damaged frame in my shed outside?
I have a shed that the back side sits at the bottom of a hill. Only part of the main floor frame is rotted due to water damage, I am trying to repair the floor inside the shed with free wood I have and realised the big problem is the floor frame of the shed. I dont want to use any wood until I know the main frame of the floor is supported enough. If I use cinder blocks to support the sides of the shed would they also work for the support of the floor rather than the wooden frame where the floor frame is rotted?? See pics and thank you in advance.Cheryl A Reese
In this pic I have a cinder block under the 2x4x10 that's supporting the very thin wall of my shed
I have holes under the 2x4x10 so the block is far enough in the dirt or mud so hopefully that beam or side will hold and not sink anymore
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