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Old 11-25-2007, 06:25 PM   #1
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Storage sheds.. etc.

Any one have any experience in bulding them? Any one know a good contractor or some one who can build one. I want at least a 10x10 shed preferably non-metal.
I found one at Loews for $900 but it does not include paint and shingles...i havent ever tackled a prject like this. I have pretty good mechanical skills and think i can but am kind of scared...

what do u guys think i should do....

pay some one to do it(price will prabobly go up $1000)

or do it myself and save
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I'd do it myself. how har can it be? do some online research for shingling and have at it. I'm sure someone on here has experience and can guide you.
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Old 11-25-2007, 08:16 PM   #3
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I'd do it myself. how har can it be? do some online research for shingling and have at it. I'm sure someone on here has experience and can guide you.
yeah i been doing alot of research but i am still a newbie at home improvement stuff....i can dissassemble and reassemble an F-16 blindfolded but i am scared to put up a shed!!!
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