Malcolm is putting his prefab experience and designs to the test with a 12′ by 12′ backyard storage shed project. Instead of using standard framing methods he’s building individual 4′ by 8′ wall panels on a prefabrication table that had alignment blocks attached to make assembly of the wall panels quick and easy.
In this particular situation the panels are being built and raised into place at the same time, but the same technique could be used to prepare panels for later assembly at a remote building site.
In no time at all Malcolm has the basic structure up and roofed. I’m looking forward to seeing how the finished project will look. Great work Malcolm!
To learn more about building your own prefab building visit DIY-Prefab.com. Also see the finished shed.
A nice design and interesting way of building. It looks good. The project will be nice to see when completed. I like the idea of the form to create identical sections.