Apr 17 2017
We bought a new lean to shed (5' x 12 ') last year and this year the ground has shifted and so has the shed. It leaned into the house. We believe that the ground was not properly prepared. We want the shed to be completely stable so it will not tip over or damage the house or surroundings. It may need to be moved and to then better prepare the ground and most likely add several footings in cement (sonotubes) that will go below the frost line. We want to make sure that we will never have a moving shed problem again. Can anyone help ?
Landscaping/Decks Patios/Fencing Gates
Discount - I want the cheapest price! This is just a functional job
The shed is 5' x 12' and it is a lean to type on the side of the house.
The contractor will need to supply the material. Although we do have gravel on the spot, and some patio stones, but we may need more.
The shed is up against a wall of the house. That area of the yard is tight due to the neighbours fence and our own. We can take down our panel of fence to get better acces but I don't know about the neighbour's.
You may need to take the shed apart to move it. I'm not sure if that will be necessary.
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