There is nothing like the smell of fresh cut cedar siding…unless of course you are the ones having to pound hundreds of nails into said siding so that it protects your shed from becoming a wet soggy OSB nightmare.
At some point in the past decade the previous owner built an addition on to the back of the garage for ‘shed’ storage. The only way to access this storage is through the garage to the door at the back which we also rebuilt/reinstalled in our garage endeavours. The door was home built and didn’t really close properly.
The shed is great storage, its actually very big and is housing all of our shop supplies and camping gear perfectly. However, there are a few issues, when it was built they used OSB instead of a more weather resistant sheet good like plywood (issue #1) and then propped it up on patio blocking (issue #2) without compacting the soil and laying a bed of sand (issues #3) and then never finished the shed with any siding (issue #4).
In an attempt to save our handy little storage shed from complete failure we decided to address issues#3 + #4 right away so that the Vancouver rain which never ends would stop making a soggy mess out of our shed structure.