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I have finally finished my Shed (or Hobbit House if you want loads of views on what ever), its taken at least 2 years what with me being a tight git and not wanting to spend anything,and a few slipped discs don`t help either .

Stone all free from neighbours gardens and allotments,building sites ,my daughters school when they had an extension built ect The wood inside and out free from a donated flood damaged oak floor, timber frame 4/4 posts from heavy duty pallets found at local scrap yard, Door hinges and knocker found in a skip . The only cost you can see in the pics was the turf , door handle, perspecs for the windows and the half logs on the roof. Even got the flags delivered for £175 because the company messed up. Trellis thing is pallet wood.

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3 hours ago, Steve Bullman said:

Outstanding, straight to the top of the class for you 

 

No. There are errors and he needs to try again. Luckily I have a space at the end of my garden......

 

 

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