DIY Small Shed | Cheap & Easy Using Minimal Tools
DIY Small Shed | Cheap & Easy Using Minimal Tools
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A DIY small shed that’s cheap & easy to build using minimal tools. This shed would make the cutest playhouse or home office! We turned ours into a man cave & bike storage shed. Even though the shed is small, we were able to maximize the space inside for all of our cycling gear. This shed cost only $700 and only took two hours to assemble. We chose to spruce the shed up by adding a treated deck for it to sit on and lining the walls with Plywood and Decor. The total cost came to around $1700 and could easily be completed over a weekend.
Rubbermaid® does not recommend hanging anything onto the walls except Rubbermaid® shed accessories. Any modifications to the product will void Rubbermaid’s Limited Warranty. For an easier option, Rubbermaid® offers a variety of accessories, also available at The Home Depot, that you can use to hang items on the wall, from bikes to tools to supplies and more!
Rubbermaid® 7×7 Shed: https://homedepot.sjv.io/nr9WR
Rubbermaid® Shed Accessories: https://homedepot.sjv.io/JgoEr
Materials: (affiliate links)
• 2×6 treated lumber: https://homedepot.sjv.io/OV6yK
• 5/4 treated decking boards: https://homedepot.sjv.io/vGoEW
• Deck Screws: https://homedepot.sjv.io/rkARj
• 1/2″ plywood: https://homedepot.sjv.io/AxqBK
• 3/4″ plywood: https://homedepot.sjv.io/BmDBB
Decor Items: (affiliate links)
• Wood shelving brackets made by StyleWell: https://homedepot.sjv.io/Kaoyv
• 3×5 jute rug: https://homedepot.sjv.io/q5eOq
• Floor baskets: https://homedepot.sjv.io/D9jR5
• Round baskets: https://homedepot.sjv.io/rkAJj
• White round stool: https://homedepot.sjv.io/4OZgL
• Wetal and butcher block rolling cart: https://homedepot.sjv.io/PJ2mM
it is been a while since your last video… glad to know that everything’s ok with you
Very nice! Good job guys. A home depot sponsorship is pretty cool.
Are you guys worried about wind? You were both able to push it back to it’s final home, and I know y’all had some wind damage in your area not too long ago. Did you need to do anything to secure it to the deck at least, or are you confident in the added plywood and interior items weighing it down? I live in an area that typically gets 1-2 hurricanes a year, that’s why I ask.
Does the door header that says “left” go to the left looking at the doors from the outside or inside?
What is the straight edge you guys used to cut the ply??
so cool watching yall put it together. I might even build a space for a larger shed once again thanks
A shed would be nice. Then I wouldn’t have bikes all over the shop! Nice work!
Nice! Can you tell me the size of the deck?
My youngest son just bought his first home a 1916 that we are remodeling and the two of you remind me of him and his girlfriend who are always helping each other. Your doing some great projects and look like you are having a good time together doing them
Good to see you guys. Its been a while. Ad a LED bar light above desk. Battery powered or Solar Charged.
Both good looking Boots
I did something similar and the plastic walls warped with the heat and weight of the items hung etc, it was a few things too, like drills and combo squares.
Very cool! Now I need to go to Home Depot and buy one!! Great video!
Looks great! Are you moving it to the new house?
I think that the plywood is a great idea but how did you attach it to the shed walls?
How did you attach the plywood to the sides and back of the shed?
How did you attach the plywood to the walls.
Nice to see you both again. Realy nice shed.
This is great love this!
I will say for anyone who’s thinking of buying one, these things really are pretty bombproof when up. Ours has been out in direct sun for 6 yrs now and isn’t even faded. Well made product.
This shed is a piece of junk. Video makes it look easy but trust me its not. Alot of panels on mine do not line up properly
very helpful! thanks guys!
Glad y’all refinished the inside with plywood. Did y’all just screw the plywood in from the outside?
The problem I have with plastic sheds after a few years of sun, rain, wind that it cracks, warp, fade and falls apart.
Thanks for the vid! Question: how did you attach the plywood panels to the plastic shed walls as its not shown?
Off the top of your head do you remember the measurements on the decking? Wanting this same size.. turned out awesome!
What is the name of the guide you are using with the circular saw to make those long cuts??
details on the music? i dig the vibe…
Mine was destroyed with 25 mph wind..!!!
I hope home depot sponsored the wood also hahaha
Its a lot of times the people ask about how you put the playwood at the walls… but never answare. Just reply the questions yall want. That’s rude
Hey guys, where do we put the unsolicited comments and questions about “hurricane proofing” this? (Yes. I know there is very little that is actually hurricane “proof”)
No door assembly viewing. [sigh]
what Smart Watch are you Wearing ?
Good Video BTW
Curious on what fasteners you used to attach the plywood to the walls?
Bikes are too beautiful for a shed. Lol. Mine stay in my house as decoration! Awesome shed though!
How did you attach the plywood to the walls, I know others have asked as well
Good to see y’all back! Happy new year!
Wow, I work for Home Depot but I’d love to make sponsored videos for them. They pay their workers pretty decently and we also all have a company profit share, pretty nice for a company in these times. Obviously I have issues with them but for what they are doing they are pretty nice.
I’ve found what I think will work u see my deck for lawn equipment. Specs show it being a little over 8’ tall. Deck is well above that. Any issues you foresee? Support posts give me plenty of room regarding 7X7 size. Did you anchor it to the decking?
This is a great idea. I have one of these for storage at my camper site. Did you use short screw or glue to attach wood to walls?