Reading some shed books before starting out on your shed building project is a good idea to get a bit of background on what you are letting yourself in for. Some time spent researching the project beforehand can save lots of time further down the road.
I have also included a review of my favorite shed design software. Produced by Google and available as a FREE download this software is well worth a look.
On this page I am starting to review a few of my favourite books on shed building and associated topics. I have tried to keep the theme of these books fairly broad.
When you've read the book reviews check out the shed video that a buddy of mine made using the time lapse feature on his digital camera. It's awesome.
As I am more of an engineer than book reviewer I have made it so that you can add your own book reviews. Use the form at the bottom of this page to tell visitors to this site what you think about these books, or others, that you think would be of use to other Shed Builders.
|The Specialist - Charles Sale|
|The Pocket Guide To Sheds - Gordon Thorburn|
|Handmade Houses - A Guide to the Woodbutchers Art - Art Boericke/Barry Shapiro|
|Shed Building For Smart People - Steve Pavlina|
I am sure that you also have a few books on Shed Building that have helped you along the way or that should be steered clear of let us know on the form below its quick and easy to do.
Coming soon, but don't wait for me if you want to get in and review them first!
Building a shed -Joseph Truini
Sheds - David Stiles
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