The garden shed series from the start below .

This is the stud straightener I built and it works great – take a look

How to build a garden shed part seven . I show how I frame more walls and install cross supports .

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27 Responses

  1. Good morning Sir, nice air hammer tools and nice and sturdy frame that you done on that garden shed !!! Keep up the good work ! Cheers !

  2. Good Morning Steve! Steve you could actually teach building! Next wall I build I’m going to do exacltly like you showed Never though about drawing where the studs go! This is going to be a nice building! I THINK( its a perfect Wall!) Great job Steve!

    1. Thanks Annie – the idea of marking it does help with not making mistakes and takes little time. You could do this , I know you can.

  3. How’s she goin’? Great looking wall and when working by yourself, taking the time to brace, clamp and strap is well worth it!!! It’ll be a sweet shed!!! Take care!!

  4. For stud count, all you have to do it get the length of a wall, times that by .75 to get how many studs you need and add two. unless youre doing california corners for drywall and insulation then you add 4

  5. Part 7 dang I missed a few. Cool idea of using the straps. LOL I have like 7 chalk lines because I can never find one when I need it.

  6. Nice Steve! Back in the day, the carpenter would stab a diagonal board on the ends but that takes a lot of time cutting the studs for a flush fit. I like your way better.

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