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Fill the space around the shelter half-full with concrete, to set the shelter into the ground and provide stability. Allow a 24 hours for the concrete to set and dry. If you are incorporating any electrical or water components in your shelter, install them now. Next, fill the remaining space with dirt, compacting it down as you go to ensure a tight fit.
As you drive around your neighborhood, check out all the sheds you see and you'll notice that the doors stick out like a sore thumb.
From there it is time to lay the floor in your 8x8 shed. Choose from plywood or wood boards depending on the desired look and available budget. Just be sure to purchase pressure-treated wood and galvanized nails as these items protect the materials from wood rot and rust.
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