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Building a ferro-cement shed

Building a ferro-cement shed

 Building a ferro-cement shed

Photo: Robert Van Putten

Most of us have wood or metal shed where we store our own overflow.  Depending upon our unique locations and uses they have their pros and cons. Many of those issues are resolved when they are built with ferro-concrete.

I thought that it would be much more expensive and labor intensive to build with ferro-concrete than it actually is. Ferro-concrete holds up to all weather conditions and the majority of critters aren’t able to disturb it’s contents. So they are especially useful in remote locations or those with varying temperatures.

Follow Robert’s journey while building his shed pictured above at the featured link below from Backwoods Home.

 Building a ferro-cement shed

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