Sorry for the late reply but I was on vacation for 2 weeks, Tokyo is awesome . I got the electrician in the shed and its' all wired up, inspected and good to go!
I had one question though, since this is an Amish built shed and it's non-kiln dried wood, there is some green growth around the walls. I tried scrubbing it with a bleach/water mixture but it only got rid of a little and most of it remains. Can you advise a good way to get rid of it? Also, I will submit some photos soon of the shed all wired up.
As always, thanks in advance.
I built these a few years ago. They are each 5' wide, and 10 ft tall. The frames are DF. They are drawbored and wedged mortise and tennon. I cut the tennons with a ryoba saw, and boy was it fun. The rabbeted boards are cedar. We were originally planning on using strap hinges, but switched to sliding hardware. I didn't bother changing the diagonal braces. I also did not install them.