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Storage shed #4078848 02/24/13 03:01 PM
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I need one and badly. What is a good size for a SMALL yard? is 8X8 big enough for lawnmower, tools etc. I am not using as a shop only to clear the clutter out of the garage. Thanks


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I would buy one that was bigger than I thought I needed


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I would at least go 10' wide.


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I would build it big enough to hold all the "stuff" you will have 5 yrs from now. Don't ask me how I know this. bang


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Here is the link to the one I built myself. It is 10x8 and plenty big for lawnmower and clearing out the clutter.
http://www.texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/3851479/Built_myself_a_shed#Post3851479


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Figure out what size you need and then build/buy one a heck of a lot bigger. Voice of experience speaking!


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I built a 10x10 and tore it down. Replaced it with a 40x60. grin

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Mine was supposed to be a feed storage building but my wife had it half full with her "stuff" before I even got back with a load of feed. bang


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I have a 10x8. Best piece of advice I can give you is hang a sign on the door that says "outdoor kitchen" so your wife will never go in there. That way, you'll have plenty of room. As it is, I'm lucky to be able to fit the lanwmower in mine.

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We've got a 10x8. Plenty of room for the mower, weedeater, coolers, and a whole bunch of other crud. Build some shelves. Easier to keep it organized.


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Dont buy one of the cheap metal ones at lowes. trust me.


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Roy, there is a place that makes well constructed buildings in Seguin Tx google Chaparralportablebuildings.com


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Originally Posted By: aeb
Figure out what size you need and then build/buy one a heck of a lot bigger. Voice of experience speaking!



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I built the 8X10 and then bought a 6X6 a year later and my garage is still full of crap. Get the big one!


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Go as BIG as you can afford............I'M SURE YOU'LL be asked/ told too sleep in it a night or 2! wife Can't blame her. Have you ever met yourself???


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I built mine 2 years ago and have about $600 in it- 2x4 walls, 3/8 osb roof, 3/4 osb floor. I was thinking 8x10 would suffice..... the next one will be atleast 10x12. I put my mowers, a shelf, weedy and blower and my camping totes and its full

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