I thought I posted about this in my "Fix my yard" thread but I guess not so here goes.
I've owned my house for a little over 6 years now and my shed has seen MUCH better days. Whoever built it, laid it right on the ground on top of some crushed stone so it's been rotting away from the bottom. The door hinge broke, there was a hole through the floor and it was just a 'catch all' for the spillover junk in the house.
After lifting the 4 corners off the ground. Here you can see the rottted floor joist.....
I figured I wanted to fix the door and I had a steel door that I could have put in so I cut the front out to replace the T-111 and frame in the door
Here's with the door cut and put in (no the color is NOT staying, just waiting till spring to paint)
Made a step from a lot of spare wood I had hanging around
I then repaired the holes in the floor, and the rotted support beams, then laid an additional sub floor over top of the existing floor
My first license plates(1996) hanging. I couldn't turn them in
Ran electric to it(only an extension cord right now, but is very functional). Put in an outlet on the back wall, and on the front wall along with the switch that powers the flourecent light in the center beam
Today more work commenced. I emptied it out again, and started at making a table for it. I used the wagon to pick up a thick peice of wood for the table top. All the other wood is repurposed wood I had laying around. It's VERY sturdy and has a nice sized shelf. The plastic shelving to the right moved forward and has fluids/paints and christmas lights.
I also finished up the end peices of the T-111 and cut/installed the top trim peices. The front is done, minus paint.
Next on the list to do is to repair the bottom of the sides and back that rotted so no 'critters' get back in. I evicted a whole colony of spider crickets when I first started and want to keep those damn things out. I'll have to grab a picture of it loaded as I didn't take one with most of my crap in it now. I still have more to put in. So far so good though and I'm happy that it's being used as more that just a catch all.