So this is what our shed looked like after we cleaned out the side yard. When we had the roof on the house done, the roofer did the shed also. We just had to do everything else on the shed. The trim work on the whole shed had to be replaced because it was rotted. We also had to replace the door on the shed. This is a garage type of door but door size. Yup you had to pull it up to get in. As you can see it had holes in it as well, so it had to be replaced. Obviously we had to paint the shingles. They were that 1980’s mustard yellow color. Yikes!!! The house was sided about 10-15 years ago and we don’t know why they didn’t side the shed also. Thank god the house wasn’t this color, because that would have been a whole other project we would have had to handle. This shed is on a slab of cement so it was worth saving and making it look prettier.
Well I said the inner chain link fence had to come down & it came down. Quick & easy too. They weren’t install very well. They came out pretty easy. Score! For once something wasn’t back breaking when it came to work on this house.
OMG this was sooooo much better. The yard really opened up. We weren’t enclosed into one area of the yard anymore. No worries, the rest of the property is fenced in completely.
Here is the “Diamond in the Rough” all cleaned up & the door trim is installed. Now that is much more pleasing to the eye. I know our neighbors on either side of us were happy that we painted it. 😉
Then the side yard was leveled out for us so we could do another project. More on that soon.
“Before” – Yuck…….”After” – ooh la-la!!!
And we bought flowers, Day Lilies and one other evergreen plant in the center.