This project was to replace an old wood shed in New Hampshire that had a flat roof, was rotted and close to falling in. The new shed, designed with a horse shed design, relies on six 6×6 pressure treated posts supporting a top beam and rear beam. Front rafters are cantilevered out to make snow removal easier because no posts are in the way of the plow. The front roof is standing seam to match the house while the back roof is a matching color corrugated roofing. For siding, rough sawn hemlock boards were nailed vertically and any gaps that develop due to shrinkage improve air flow to dry firewood inside. Below is a slide show of images from the project. More images and descriptions can be found here.