Hello there and welcome back!
If you check back thru my Post’s, I had mentioned that we will be getting a NEW Shed soon, because the other one was falling apart and rotting away. I had to tear it down. It was so rotted that it almost fell on me!
We had gone out and ordered this Shed that is 8′ x 12′ feet from a very reliable business that is well known to do good work and build excellent sheds. However, we then had to wait about 2 weeks for it to be delivered because of all the rain we’ve had, thus making the ground too soft to support the weight. It would have messed up the back yard from the weight. Finially, this morning bright and early, it arrived. Here I’m showing the tight quarters this fella had to navigate around. He was darn good at it.
While we were waiting for the shed to come, I was wondering just how they install it on your property. I found out. This shed is heavy and well built. They are not cheap! It sat on a trailer that would move back & forth & side to side. All controlled by a remote piece of equipment that he held in his hand.
Slowly, ever so slowly, he backed up the trailer to a good position so he could remotly place the shed on the cement slab left over from the old one. The extensions on the ends of the slab of cement we put there by me, because the shed is a bit bigger than the old one.
Placing the shed right on center with the remote control.
Retracting the slide from the trailer. Just about done. All he had to do is take a large “crowbar” and move the shed into position.
This operation took about a 1/2 hr. to do! I could not believe how fast this can be done. Guess when you’ve done this a hundred times, you get good at it. Now, that the new shed is in it’s final position, I have more work to do. Now, I have to place all the “Tools” that I use around the house into it. Hang new shelving. Also, build another ramp for the riding lawn mower. Work never ends when you own a Home.