Building a Solid, Permanent and Indestructible Shed Door Is Necessary
Building a shed door requires a lot of carpentry expertise in making plans, sketching and designing. In planning, sketching and designing you need to know the exact dimension of your would be doorway. With a bigger, wider and higher storage shed, it needs a wider and higher storage door, or it would be appropriate to build a double door for fuller or maximum capacity.
When exact length, width and thickness are already noted, you can now start cutting on the framework and structure of your door. The structure or framework is the skeleton of your storage door. It is the foundation of your door, and it should be built with strong and solid building material like solid wood or steel.
Wood thick sticks should be cut, sawed and attached with wood glue and hammered down with a nail for final attachment and fitting to produce a very strong and sturdy skeleton wooden door framework. Make it sure that the wood and wood sticks are cut and sawed according to its correct measurements otherwise there would be problems in the attachments and fittings with the wood later on.
When the base framework of the storage door is done. It would be high time to cover the structure with plywood if your storage door is made of wood or metal sheets if your storage shed door is made of metal. The next step is to attach the door to the storage by fitting it down right through its hinges. Make it sure your hinges are as strong and sturdy as your storage shed door. Install a couple of heavy duty hinges to ensure maximum capacity in the opening, closing and swinging of your storage shed door.
When the door has already been installed, and securely fastened and locked securely to those strong and durable hinges, it would be the time to have your double door or single door painted as to your own color preference and desire. You have to make sure that your wood is thoroughly sanded and smoothed to ensure shiny, smooth and glossy finish when painted.
It is either you can start painting your door before attaching it to your storage, or attach your door to your shed first before painting it. Whichever is convenient with you, your objective of building a strong, sturdy, stable and solid storage door has already been achieved and accomplished.