Okay, I know this is similar to a post I have seen before.... Just wanted to get some input. Here goes...
I am trying to plan the construction of a storage shed for my lawn equipment. Of course, there is a tight budget. I am thinking 12'x12'. From pricing materials and such, a good way for me to cut cost is to not construct a floor, but to just make a cinder block foundation and put some crush and run inside (or something like that) sort of like a barn or something. Then, my next decision is whether to use metal siding or 4x8 sheets of wood siding.
So far what I have come up with is (using metal siding, wood frame) a 12'x12' building costing about $600 in materials. That is NOT including hardware for the door and screws/nails and such..Oh, and I am not yet sure the cost of the metal pieces to cover the corners. What do you guys think?? Any better ideas?
Oh, I want to avoid doing shingles because I think the metal will be easier to do and take less time... Disagreements?
This type of metal for siding and roof.. Found it for 2.08 a foot 3' coverage..