in which Farbjorn Shedwrecker removes the offending (moldy) building from my backyard...
Former owners, fans of the cheap and inappropriate fix, had put up a garden shed made mostly from flakeboard. Last year I noticed that not only was it disintegrating along the attachement edges, but that the entire back wall was being infiltrated with both black mold and white mold, and therefore not worth trying to salvage.
There may be some salvageable 2x lumber from the roof trusses, but most of this went to the transfer station as garbage, just over 1300 pounds and $75 (so far)... there is another load for next month, since it didn't all fit, but the majority of the shed has left the backyard.
The shed floor is not yet fully demolished, but I can see that eventually there will be room for either a garden beds back there, or some additional fruit tree space, in what is one of the sunniest corners of the yard. Why clueless former owner put a huge shed in the best spot in the yard is baffling, but many choices they made have me scratching my head.
May SMART goals
|#||THINGS MADE||THINGS FIXED||THINGS GONE|
|1||printed trim samples||caged feral roses||cardboard recycling|
|2||banner design||block printed |
|1300 lb shed debris|
|3||small coin pouch||-||-|
and last but not least, our stalwart supervisor Seppi Dangertail!