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E Dant

The redwood shed looks fantastic! To those people commenting on the cost- this shed was built in California and probably from the local heritage salvage by the 101 in Petaluma. P-town is not the affordable little farming community that it used to be thanks to all of the SF transplants.

   
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Jeff Matteson
This design inspired me so much, I built one myself. it's almost finished, took me about two months (including the demolition of an old one and salvaging it's floor) and cost around $600 to $700 by using materials I already had and buying rough cut hemlock from a local amish mill. All that's left to do is build the ramp and add a few trim boards.
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Jeff Matteson
Thanks to this builder for inspiring me to build something similar.
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