How to install vinyl siding on a Shed
Vinyl Siding Shed Repairs
What do you do when the bottom of the shed is rotted?
Sheds will deteriorate after years of being weathered. But take courage there is a much cheaper option than getting rid of your old shed and paying “out the nose” for a new shed. When you take a close look there is only a few area’s that will rot. This shed was rotted around the bottom T111 and the 2×4’s around the bottom perimeter. I removed the doors, cut 1′ high all the way around the shed. Then I removed the pieces and the perimeter 2×4’s and replaced with treated wood. I then added a 1′ piece of plywood to replace the old piece I cut out. After that I wrapped the facia and overhang with aluminum.
Now it’s time for vinyl so I installed the corners and vinyl siding placing the starters and J channel where was needed.
I partially covered the door opening to make the size for a 3′ door. Then I built and painted the door and installed it. This door was made with wood but I also have fiberglass doors available.