I may be overambitious but here we go… Many years ago, we had a custom builder come and build a wooden shed for us under our deck . He must have messed up in one corner because it kept leaking in one corner and then it started to mould and rot the wood. My husband sprayed some sort of fiberglass spray inside the shed on the edges of the wood where it was leaking but it kept leaking. I thought that there must be a leak in the roof somehow somewhere so I took it upon myself to replace the roof. Here is how I did it and how you can do it too:
Figure out your dimensions. -I measured and figured out that I needed 2 (4′x8′) pieces of sheathing for my roof. At the same time, as I stood there with the sun shining in and everything cleared out, I realized that our shed didn’t have a floor. There was only gravel on the bottom and that made it a pain to move stuff around and get things in and out. So… I decided to build a floor while I was at it.I measured that area too. It was 80″x80″ so I needed to find something that could fit those measurements.