I'm getting ready to prep the following section of ground for a 10 x 10 wood garden shed:
The actual shed itself will look something like this:
I can do some minor leveling but unfortunately large-scale leveling (such as completely removing the railroad ties, adding a retaining wall, and/or major ground removal) isn't in the budget.
So with that said, I'm wondering what the best foundation would be? The manufacturer's instructions for the shed call for a simple base of treated wood directly on the ground but that doesn't seem like it would hold up in the long term.
I'm wondering if it would be appropriate to install concrete piers so everything is off the ground?
Here's a youtube example of what I'm considering doing:
As per request, here is the climate information for the area. Relatively mild. No snow.