Many of the wooden sheds have doors that are rotting or do not fit properly. Recently my son and I built new doors for a shed. We do a variety of carpentry jobs in our handyman business. On this job, we were able to drive the van close to the shed, which made unloading materials and tools much easier.
We framed and sheathed the doors and installed the trim. Then we attached the hinges and the latch, which will be used with a padlock. We also built a small ramp for the lawn tractor. The old doors and scraps were placed in the van to be taken to the landfill.
The photos below show us at work in our handyman business. The first photo is of my son, Jim using our saw to cut trim for the shed doors. In the second photo, I am installing the latch. The third photo shows the completed doors; before, the doors and shed are prepared for priming and painting.