We have an expensive housing development across the road from us. They came
in to our natural forested area, logged off all the trees, put in paved
drives and gigantic gates, banged up some huge million dollar homes, and
are currently building a monstrosity about 100 feet from us that sits up on
the hill staring down at everything we do.
Since the development started going in, virtually all of the wildlife we
used to enjoy has disappeared, and our rural country home now sits in the
shadows of a mansion. Not to mention the sudden increase in our property
value and the associated tax increases.
Of course, "THEY" have restrictions on what the owners can and can't do so
they don't detract from the "neighborhood". Yeah right... We wouldn't want
to offend the neighbors... I guess us folks down here in the servants
quarters don't matter. :)
1. I'd make the shed 8' tall.
2. I'd skip on the tyvec unless you have extreme weather in your
3. I'd pour the slab with the edges thickend to at least 18" and use
3 anchor bolts embedded in the concrete per side ( 4 on the door
4. Be sure to follow the "shear" nailing requirements for the
sheathing on the structure corners. Use a full sheet of plywood at
Just my 2 cents.
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