How to Build a Concrete Block Shed?


Concrete sheds, also known as cinder block sheds can stand up to the elements that your local weather may throw at it, and can last for many years, if not decades. Visit the link for a how to on building your own:
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1. Use the concrete block calculator in Resources to determine the number of blocks for the project. This number will vary where doors, and windows are installed. 2. Lay the first
1. Cut landscape blocks with a brick chisel and a sledgehammer. Score the blocks using a chisel and hammer. Place the chisel on the scored line and strike it with the sledgehammer
1. Cover any area, including wall or trim, you don’t want exposed to the stain with heavy paper and painter’s tape. Slip on a pair of rubber gloves, safety goggles and
1. Locate the damaged concrete block with the hole. If needed, dig along the concrete wall in the area of the hole to ensure that there are no additional damaged or leaking areas
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How to Build a Concrete Block Shed
A concrete block shed should be built on a slab or footer foundation. Foundations should be level, square and built to appropriate depths for the location's frost line. A good foundation will eliminate many of the problems associated with building a... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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