Do you have a Yard shed that is sinking? Do you need to level it? Does it look like an eyesore in your yard since it is so high? In this video, I’ll show you how I leveled my shed. Since my shed is so high, I added some lattice to the bottom to make it look better and to allow airflow under the shed to avoid water damage. I hope you find this video entertaining and useful. You may find some things I do in this project to help you on a project of your own, and if you do I would love to hear about it in the comments below.

Supplies Used:

Lattice – Veranda 2’x8’ White Vinyl – 2 7/8” hole –
Lattice Divider – Veranda 8’ White Vinyl –
Vinyl Post – 4”x4”x45” White Vinyl –
2”x6”x4’ – Pressure Treated Board –
5/4”x6”x4’ – Pressure Treated Board –
1”x4”x4’ – Pressure Treated Board –


Tools used:

Weedwacker – Craftsman 20v –
24” Level – I don’t have a branded level – any will work: –
Crescent Wrenches – I’m using a “Fuller” & “Companion” – any will work –
Work Gloves – CAT Touchscreen –
Automotive Jack – Harbor Freight –
Tape Measure – 25’ Craftsman –
Marker – Milwaukee Inkzall –
Speed Square – Johnson Level & Tool –
Saw – Craftsman 20v 6.5” Circular Saw –
Angle Grinder – Craftsman 20v –
Drill & Impact – Craftsman 20v –

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I have been doing woodworking since I was in high school (a while) and I also enjoy making 3D projects and general projects so the videos I post will be basically what projects I have going on and how I go about getting them done.
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