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    Installing Steel Siding for the ceiling of our new shed (a video)

    Over the holidays, Katriel's grandparents are visiting.

    So, we put them to work!

    The steel sheets were pre-cut to length so that we didn't need to splice. (Special order from Menard's).

    Katriel did a lot of the insulation (R-38 Batts). She has "lots to say" about the project...

    Enjoy...

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    The finished interior of my barn is finished this way, ceiling and walls. Makes it nice and bright and I don't have to worry about leaning anything against the drywall and damaging it.
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    Now that is one sweet, "garage-barn thingie". Well worth the time and energy you have invested. You are blessed to have the quality, enthusiastic help. You were also smart enough to build it to fit your Deere needs. I on the other hand are still faced with a aircraft carrier landing, trying to put a 1025r / 54" deck into a 56" barn door after every mission. Just try that on a moonless stormy night. Oh well spring project.
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    #great job by all!
    Hey Levi! You spotted Katriel's new "hash tag". She's been having fun with that thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by balrog006 View Post
    The finished interior of my barn is finished this way, ceiling and walls. Makes it nice and bright and I don't have to worry about leaning anything against the drywall and damaging it.
    I am still trying to decide on how to finish the walls. Drywall is out! I see no use for drywall in a building like this.

    1) Steel siding - Would be relatively easy to install, strong, and look very 'clean'. However, I'm concerned about building shelving against it, or other 'customizations' like hanging tools, etc. Would be interested in feedback on this.

    2) OSB - Easy to attach would shelves, hooks, etc. Would not look as clean as steel, even if painted.

    1 or 2 with some portion of
    3) Peg-board - Lots of flexibility, but is it strong enough to hold heavier tools on the pegs? With pegs, it would be more expensive than 1 or 2.

    4) "Slat-wall"Menard's slat-wall

    5) Other choices?

    My intent is to get the floor poured before I finish the interior walls, so this decision doesn't have to be made yet. But it doesn't hurt to start thinking about it.

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    Adding a ceiling to my shed was one of the best decisions I made during construction!!



    Mine was coincidence more than plan,,,
    I went to buy siding screws and saw the siding company had a couple 4 foot tall stacks of roofing drops.
    The drops were 4+feet long.

    They were ecstatic to be able to sell them,,, I think I paid $0.50 per piece, cut to length, which was 47 inches.

    I hauled home over 3,000 square feet in a 1985 Chevy S-10 that had 400,000 miles on it,,

    That little 4WD never got into high gear all the 35 mile trip,,,
    In hindsight,,, a different method to haul should have been used,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    Adding a ceiling to my shed was one of the best decisions I made during construction!!

    Mine was coincidence more than plan,,,
    I went to buy siding screws and saw the siding company had a couple 4 foot tall stacks of roofing drops.
    The drops were 4+feet long.

    They were ecstatic to be able to sell them,,, I think I paid $0.50 per piece, cut to length, which was 47 inches.

    I hauled home over 3,000 square feet in a 1985 Chevy S-10 that had 400,000 miles on it,,

    That little 4WD never got into high gear all the 35 mile trip,,,
    In hindsight,,, a different method to haul should have been used,,,
    CAD,

    I guess I need further explanation of the picture. Are we seeing the steel roof on the right side? Where is the ceiling?

    Sorry for not being able to understand this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmarks View Post
    CAD,

    I guess I need further explanation of the picture. Are we seeing the steel roof on the right side? Where is the ceiling?

    Sorry for not being able to understand this.

    Tim
    That roof makes everybody wonder.
    The "red" is 4X6 steel "I" beams that you normally see driven in the ground to hold up guard rail along the side of the road.

    The roof is on top of the beam, 6 inches below that, the roofing drops are setting in the flange of the beams.

    The beams are on 4 foot centers, so the 47" drops were perfect,,, no fasteners hold the ceiling, just gravity.

    This roofing is screwed to the beams,,, every hole had to be drilled and tapped before the screw would go in,,,

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