“A shed ramp is one of those DIY projects that is super easy to put off because it’s not immediately important. But once it’s done, you might wonder why you didn’t do it.”
What was once a “so-so” entry to a storage shed is now a functional ramp into the little building. It was due time for contractor Mark Clement to fix it up. With the help of a little planning and some pressure treated Southern Yellow Pine, he turned the entrance of the shed from “womp womp” to “wow.”
The strength, density, and durability of Southern Yellow Pine made this particular wood species a good choice for this wood shed ramp project. That’s because it can withstand the high traffic and big loads that might be pulled into the shed. Not only is it sturdy, but it also looks a ton better than when it was a few little concrete pavers in front.
Of course, what’s a shed ramp without a shed to attach it to? Whether you are looking to finally build a shed and get all those tools and lawn supplies organized, or you’re needing to update your existing shed, you don’t have to spend a fortune to get something durable and long-lasting. If you’re got an eye for DIY and have a bit of building experience under your belt, you can totally build your own shed! Check out this list of free shed plans to find the right shed for your space and needs.
Mark outlines the entire how-to for this Southern Yellow Pine shed ramp on his site My Fix It Up Life. Check it out and try it out in your own back yard. If you build it, please let us know how it turns out.