I'm building a Suncast Sutton storage shed, see here: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Suncast-Sutton-7-ft-3-in-x-7-ft-4-5-in-Resin-Storage-Shed-BMS7791/203702042.
I followed the instructions (http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/92/9270939f-69af-45e4-bccc-b55f29515980.pdf) and built the wooden base as described. Based on many tutorials I've read online, I decided to use concrete blocks to level and support the wooden base.
Here are some of my questions:
- Am I using the correct concrete blocks? I've seen others use those square piers, will the ones I have work?
- Am I using enough blocks? Do I need any in the middle of the shed? As you can see I have a row in the front and in the back.
- Any ideas on how I can increase the aesthetics of the foundation? Specifically, those concrete blocks sticking out in the front don't look very good. Can I fill in with dirt?