Building a mezzanine extension to store long timbers

This was another of the big projects I did in my shed recently – creating a long-timbers storage space by extending the existing mezzanine.

My garage has a 12-foot ceiling, so there’s a lot of ‘air-space’ that can be used.

I’ve got other ideas for using more of the dead space space above and below the rafters, but I honestly don’t have need for that much storage just yet.

I must admit, I had one of my sillier ideas during this build – but you’ll have to watch the video to see what it was 😉


Make-n-Do is the CONTACT Editor’s personal ‘playlist’ on the CONTACT YouTube Channel, where the philosophy is making do with the tools and materiel I have and making and doing as an escape from the computer (though, ironically, the video making then ties me to the computer for almost as many hours as I spent Make-n-Do in the shed ? )


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