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Your solution would work, as would Micheal Karas', but this is just a shed, not a major piece of architecture. I think I would work some more cinder blocks or bricks in under the jacked up edge (possibly scraping away the ground to make room). This has the major advantage that if the ground crumbles a bit more when you put load back on it, you can repeat ...


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Use magnets on your lights and hangers for a penetration free install.


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Yes , pier blocks are great for sheds make sure you have enough for your project. I usually dig down 1/2-2/3 the height of the pier block to get below the topsoil this reduces the amount of settling and any issues with frost heave in the winter, luckily our winters are not as cold as the Midwest and back east. So frost heave is not much of a problem with the ...


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