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Joe Shmoe

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Im about to start building a shed for a friend. Nothing fancy just a 10x6 in 3x2 framing, covered in feather-edge.

I was intending to build the four seperate walls on the ground, fix the cladding on (feather-edge) and then assemble all four sides on the base, and screw together - a la flat-pack lol.

One thing I am unsure of, is how to get the corners neat. Do I have to overhang the cladding on one wall so that when it meets the ajoining wall, the excess cladding covers the frame?


Is there an easier/better way of doing it ?

Cheers.
Joe.
 

9fingers

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Normally it is easiest to fit vertical trim strips after assembly if you still room for access
hth
Bob
 

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