Our 3x3 sheds are easy to install for the home handy person. The only tool you’ll need is a cordless drill with a Phillips-head attachment and maybe a second pair of hands. Though installing the shed all by yourself is no big deal, having two people makes the job much easier to complete.
Start by deciding where you want the 3x3 shed to be put up, we’d recommend choosing an area that has some shade. Installing the shed at a place that does not receive direct sunlight will keep the temperature inside your garden shed cooler, making it a comfortable space to work at.
You can prepare the ground in a few different ways, but starting with a reasonably level surface will keep the shed stable. Though some homeowners prefer to create a solid base such as concrete, wood flooring or gravel, the shed can be installed onto bare earth or grass as well. Although most base structures only take a while to build, so you can order a shed online and use the delivery time to prepare your site before it arrives.
When you receive your new 3x3 storage shed, unpack all the elements and read through the instructions. Identify all the parts and lay them out according to the instructions. Have your powered screwdriver handy and start by putting the walls together. After they have been assembled and connected, you’ll attach the roof. All our 3x3 sheds have a gable roof and these can be installed in two parts — slide one into position and then the other, attach them to the walls and your shed is complete.
If you wish to build your 3x3 garden shed against a wall or any other immovable structure, you can install the shed out in the open and then lift it into position. You may need a few extra hands to shift it around in that case.
After the 3x3 outdoor storage shed is put together and is in its final resting place, you can install any shed accessories such as wall storage units to make maximum use of the space. Then you can put everything inside and place a lock on the door. As EasyShed’s 3x3 shed comes with a lifetime warranty, it is designed to last in your garden for a really long time. You can also build a path near the entrance to help you get in and out of the shed, or add some lighting so you can see when working at night.