THE GARDEN SHED BUILD SERIES LINK BELOW
Cutting vinyl siding is quite easy to do with a thin cut-off blade . Take your time and use caution as with every power tool.
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Love my disc cutter! Shed looks good Steve! looking good Steve. Brush Cutter, isn’t that your big video? Looking good Steve on the Shed! Nice build! Right it off Steve!
Right it off Steve! – Not sure I could do that without going to jail. I’m in Canada Eh 🙂
It was like slicing bread! I’ll tell you, that is the neatest build and well organized! I think you did a excellent job Steve! Nice work!
Thanks Annie it was a lot of fun and a much needed project to do. Cheers
Im a Plumber here in the UK
I have been using my grinder to cut that stuff for years quick and easy.
Shed looks great a good solid job
Thanks John , yes the grinder does a quick and nice finish to it all. Cheers
Works great Steve. I’m trying to do the opposite, I wanna get all the non automotive tools into a shed.
For me it’s any tool I don’t use regularly . I will show the inside this fall if I think of it.
Great looking shed, good job on the soffits. I like the tip on cutting the siding! Cheers!
Thanks bud much appreciated.
So you don’t want us professionals watching ya?
Oh and aye how long have ya been using that big bottle of Go Jo?
Speaking as a professional ya did a really nice job.
LOL thanks Marty , lots of pros on youtube and i mean lots .
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Wow! It came out great! Thanks for sharing the process.
Hell yeah, easy
Like butter eh 🙂
I like it, Steve, you,r right my pole saw was leaking in the floor last week so I just drained it.
Good idea and I do as well but it never really drains out till I hang it on the wall after . LOL
I like the details Steve. Even some lights on the corner for esthetics (and light). The shed build was like watching a pro at work. Very nicely completed.
Thanks Wyatt , what I find very interesting is the guys that do this type of construction for a living don’t ever show building stuff only car repairs. LOL
Tin snips or siding shears, cuts through vinyl like butter. Nice job with the shed, should be good for 50 years.
Thanks Glen. I need a good pair of snips and the ones I have just butcher the vinyl. When you have time send me a IG pic of what you use.
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Very nice work, you have a good looking shed that will last for years.
Thanks Lloyd It was nice to build a shed at home instead of hundreds of miles away for a change .
Hi Steve, The way you use the grinder takes the dust/chips down and away from you too. Looks good.
Yes but it’s best to do it outside the shop and not have any exposure to the dust at all. Cheers Larry
How’s she goin’? Great way to cut the vinyl!!! Nice idea and seems to work really well. That would be good for cutting in the cold too when the vinyl is more brittle as a saw blade will make it chip sure a Trudeau is a goof ball… You have a really nice shed and the cost didn’t break the bank!!! The smart panels are great for buildings. The shed is in full on use already so you got it built just in time!!! Great series Steve. Take care!!!
That was just beautiful Steve.