2x4basics 90190 Shed Kit, Barn Style Roof

June 17, 2013 - Comment

No Angle Cuts! You don’t have to be an expert carpenter to put together a well-built shed. Only straight, 90 degree cuts are required � no miters or complex measurements are needed to build your own shed with our patented connectors. You determine the size… Purchase one, two, or three kits to make your shed

No Angle Cuts! You don’t have to be an expert carpenter to put together a well-built shed. Only straight, 90 degree cuts are required � no miters or complex measurements are needed to build your own shed with our patented connectors. You determine the size… Purchase one, two, or three kits to make your shed up to 10 foot wide and 22 foot long (3048 mm x 6706 mm). We provide instructions for 7 x 8 foot (2134 mm x 2438 mm), 8 x 14 foot (2438 mm x 4267 mm) and 10 x 22 foot (3048 mm x 6706 mm). Easy plans are included: Materials lists, cut lists, and detailed instructions with step-by-step images are provided so that even beginning do-it-yourselfers can build a professional-looking shed. Our 2x4basics Shed Kit is cost effective and can save you 50% or more over other pre-built and knocked-down shed options. You supply the labor for this weekend project. Our galvanized steel connectors are designed for use with sturdy 2×4 (38 mm x 89 mm) framing, making your completed shed built to withstand the elements. You choose the roofing, siding, and flooring materials to suit your taste and budget. Check your local building codes for additional requirements or restrictions.

Product Features

  • Build your own custom shed in choice of 3 different sizes using our Shed Kit Connectors and your materials
  • Assembly is simple.
  • Connectors are made of strong 24 gauge galvanized steel
  • Includes 55 connector brackets plus materials needed list, lumber cut list and assembly instructions (enough to complete one 7 by 8 foot shed)
  • Purchase 2 kits to build an 8 by 14 foot shed and purchase 3 kits to build a 10 x 22 foot shed

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J. Chilla says:

A great shed for a little time and small price First, let me quantify what I use this shed for. I have goats and this is their home. I was going to use it for chickens but, the goats got here first and I will buy another when the chickens get here.This is the ultimate kit. Yes the instructions are a little vague but if you’ve ever built a Tamiya model, this will be a walk in the park. The only complaint I have is the frame kit is advertised as sturdy, well it is if you consider tin sturdy. They bend easily and will be needed to be hammered straight. It is the only fault with this kit. However, no matter how flimsey the frames are, they will stiffen once secured to the boards.One last thing worth noting. It really helps to have the angles at 90 degree to help keep things together. Oh, and if you have animals, make sure you fasten the inside wood before you enclose the structure as if you use plywood like I do, the peice of plywood will not fit (of course it will probably help if my corners were a…

R. Alexander says:

Great Kit I am about 75% done building my shed with these kits. I finished all of the framing and now just need to add the siding and roofing. I would say that my level of experience is at best medium. This kit is exactly what is described and everything fits together perfectly. In fact a friend of mine helped me build it and kept saying let’s measure the spot before we cut the next board. We finally discovered that if you just trust all the measurements in the plans and piece it together in the order described it fits together perfectly. I built a 10×14 shed with 2 kits. I used the 10×22 cut list for all boards spanning the width of the shed. For everything else I used the 8×14 cut list/plans. My only complaint with this project is the price of lumber. Using the kit does save some money vs. getting the shed in the box (including all wood) that HD or L would sell but the cost is close. The plus to this kit is even a novice could assemble this if they just follow the directions…

average-guy says:

Great kit. First off, I’m at best an amateur carpenter with a little common sense and a handful of woodworking tools.This shed kit is great. When I first opened it, I was a little doubtful when looking at the metal pieces and seeing how flimsy they are by themselves. Worry not though. Once everything gets tied together it becomes very sturdy.As a previous poster mentioned, you need to TRUST the measurements in the book. If you follow those, everything will all work out.I bought 3 kits to make the 10×22 shed. One thing to be aware of is this. The 10×22 shed is 11 feet tall! By the time you add some bricks to keep it off the ground and 4×4 runners (which I highly recommend) it gets really tall.One of the kits I got didn’t have all the correct pieces in it and I was 24 pieces short. I called the company and they promptly shipped me replacement parts.When you go to build this shed, spend a little more time and be SURE the base is…

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