What do you use for a base under a shed?
How deep should a gravel base be for a shed?
In general, 4” to 6” is a good depth range for a gravel shed foundation.
How much gravel do I need under my shed?
A bed of 4" or more of crushed/screened 3/4 minus gravel or other porous gravel is required for all sheds over 8' wide. Gravel base is to be 2 feet larger than the shed size. Example: 10x12 shed requires 12x14 base (see diagram below).
How much gravel do I need for a plastic shed base?
With the plastic shed base installed, fill all of the panels with suitable angular gravel or angular aggregate which will create a solid and flat surface on which to stand your shed or other garden building. The base is 40mm deep and will require around 8kg of gravel or aggregate to fill each panel.
How do you level uneven ground for a shed?
How many slabs do I need for a 8x6 shed?
8x6 you need 12no 2x2 slabs.