Maybe cut 4 x 4 to fit, the gaps. Or, more stone.
I may have woodchuck living under my trailer. Sadly, I've got nosy
neighbors. The trailer park has a waiting list for the live trap, they drive
them out and release them some where. Which is about as effective as bailing
water from one side the boat, and pour it out at the other side of the boat.
I doubt I could kill them, someone would be sure to be offended.
Christopher A. Young
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I just bought a new shed for storage of typical outdoor equipment,
holiday decorations, etc. It is made with Duratemp siding on the
outside, framed with 2 x 4 inside.
Does anyone bother with an interior finish?
I made a bed of stone and the shed sits on 4 x 4s so there is a gap on
the ends. Cover with screening? I just want to avoid skunks or
raccoons taking up residence under it.
This is a pre-fab that is dropped in place. They are built in Amish
country in PA and shipped to the local dealer. They set it in place
in less than an hour. It looks well built. Far better than the stuff
we saw at the big box stores. Framing is 16" OC, plywood and not OSB,
pressure treated floor, etc. I got a gambrel roof because it has a
loft on the end for more storage space than a typical "A" frame roof.
I'm adding additional shelving on the other side and back.