This firewood shed was built by volunteers as a Eagle Scout project. The firewood shed was built on concrete piers as a foundation.
The large front opening allows easy access to seasoned firewood. Wall sheeting installed at the door opening for the firewood storage shed plans.
Front roof overhang rafter tails are installed on the shed to protect the firewood at the large opening. The How To Build A Shed manual shows how to frame this style of roof.
Scouts installing roof shingles on the wood shed plan.. Installing treated plywood on the firewood shed floor. The front opening header holds the shed roof up. Interior wall sheeting is installed on the firewood shed.
Drip edge is installed on the shed roof before the asphalt shingles. Nice details like the vertical board siding make this firewood shed functional and beautiful.
Side view of the fierewood shed showing the rear roof and trim detail. The front roof rafters are installed to overhang the firewood stacked inside. Firewood storage shed built in Madison CT.
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