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Publisher Description

This exciting new 3rd edition of the bestselling title, Black & Decker Complete Guide to Sheds has the perfect plan for anyone who is building his or her own backyard shed.

The most popular plans from previous editions are preserved, from small garage-style sheds with overhead doors, to kit sheds, to contemporary utility sheds with a dramatic flair. This new edition delves into new styles that are drawing strong interest today, including tiny sheds, miniature tool sheds, and even small habitable sheds that are designed to function mostly as a quiet retreat for practicing a particular hobby or activity. As with all of the hardworking, practical sheds from earlier editions, the new varieties include full-color step by step photos, complete building plan drawings with cutting lists, and clear how-to instructions.

Shed-building, like any other building process, starts with good techniques. That's why the general skills section has been updated and improved. With this complete guide, you can build just about any shed you dream of. Plus, you'll find information on new tools and products that will make your project go faster and more smoothly. Rounded out with helpful information on important considerations like siting and zoning, Black & Decker Complete Guide to Sheds 3rd Edition truly is a complete guide to this very popular DIY activity.

Lifestyle & Home
February 15
Cool Springs Press
Quayside Publishing Group

Customer Reviews

Awitherrite ,

PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS.You will regret it.

The inaccurate dimensions, pictures, and explanations in this book will leave any first time shed builder in complete confusion, anger, and spending much more money than required. The build sheets are inconsistent and inaccurate and use wood nomenclature from the east coast so anyone attempting to purchase wood on the west coast will have even experienced lumber yards confused. There are nowhere near enough pictures for any of the builds. One small example of this. I am currently building the modern utility shed. It has you cut rear and side panels to 43 3/4 while the front panel is a typo to 48 3/4. So now I had to rip a panel off that I nailed in after standing back and seeing non of the lines match on the smart panels.There’s a $35 panel I’ll never get back. Also the front wall is missing several measurements. Hope you like guessing because most of these builds are half done incorrectly filled out sudoku puzzles that the author has left for you to figure out. PLEASE DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK.

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