Now You Can Build ANY Shed In A Weekend Even If You’ve Zero Woodworking Experience!
” Woodworking Plans Sold by Big Publishers
AREN’T EVEN WRITTEN BY WOODWORKERS! “
They’re written by ghostwriters who’ve never touched a piece of lumber or a chisel in their LIFE!
They could NEVER tell if a step didn’t make sense or not.
ONLY someone with EXPERIENCE, building LOTS of projects — AND teaching it to others — would have an clue of exactly what a plan needed to include, so…
” …You’ll NEVER need to Worry About Cutting the Wrong Size, Spin In Circles or Waste Time Trying To Figure Out What Goes Where… “
And let’s not even get into trying to “Wing it”.
You and I are well aware how that’ll end up.
Here’s the deal: If you’re going to invest the time, money and energy in building a shed yourself…
…Then make sure the plan you’re using has EVERYTHING you need to get it done in:
- The easiest…
- Most inexpensive , and…
- The fastest way possible.
Easier said than done!
Well, hang tight. I’ve gotcha covered.
To create the kind of shed, your neighbors and other woodworkers will secretly ENVY (while mumbling “nice job” under their breath)…
2. Step By Step “LEGO” Instructions
Detailed instructions should be so simple that a kid could do it.
Just like LEGO instructions.
So detailed that you know exactly what you’re doing every step of the way. No complicated instructions that will have you scratching your head or confusing technical jargon.
Many other plans assume you’re experienced enough to tell what the next step is.
When instructions are THIS clear, your shed BUILDS ITSELF.
All the pieces just “Click” into place.
When the steps are “LEGO clear”, building PERFECT shed is more like putting a bunch of Lego Blocks together.
No. Wait. Not Lego… more like DUPLO blocks!
They're written by ghostwriters who've never touched a piece of lumber or a chisel in their LIFE! They could NEVER tell if a step didn't make sense or not. ONLY someone with EXPERIENCE, building LOTS of projects -- AND teaching it to others -- would have an clue of exactly what a plan needed to include, so...
- Design of furniture
- Colors and materials
- Many words