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I would advertise "Free Shed" on Craigslist. I had a tree house I constructed for my grand kids, and when they outgrew it that's what I did. Some folks came out one Saturday, disassembled it, and took it away. They did the whole job. I just got to watch.
First, sort out the electrical and be triply certain it's disconnected but good. Then, place an ad for "free shed, you remove" Then place an ad for "free fill - unwanted Concrete slab, you break it up and take it away." Only if those fail do you need to worry about removing it yourself. Sucks to be Blake + Steve - not even two years use (it doesn't look ...
You have electrical in your shed. Before doing anything that branch needs to be terminated correctly. I don't think there is a pure art to the small demo. I personally would slice the front wall beams halfway up with whatever saw I thought would be the quickest and then sledge hammer from the corners. Roof should fall/slide down. Then I would just ...
I went with Cuprinol Garden Shades, White Daisy in the end. I used a combination of roller and brush. Two coats yielded the following result. It went on well, but was very liquid (more so than typical indoor emulsion) so there was quite a lot of splatter (mostly on me). A third coat would have given a better final finish, but for my purposes it's now ...
I've often heard that staining is better than painting for PT wood. They make white, semi-to-very opaque exterior stains. I've used stains such as this for PT fence posts to good effect.
Pressure treated wood should be dried out before painting. 3 monthes - a year depending on climate. I would go with a good primer first before painting. Use floor paint for floor or just go with a solid stain.
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