I put this building together this spring. Nothing special, but it is dedicated to one purpose. Ignore the junk cars in the background! First is the lumber pile. I thought this was all I needed to build the structure but wasn't even close. Between my tendency to overbuild and my other tendency to sweat tiny details, I probably doubled that pile by the time I finished. What I never actually took pictures of is the concrete pads I poured. One is visible in the background and the others are still in the forms. I was trying my best to avoid building permits, so I had to keep under a certain size and I couldn't pour a real foundation, so it's sitting on 5 pads. Those are pressure treated 4x4's spanning the pads to stiffen it up. Worked late. Finished floor. Framing goes up Roof went on. Siding too. Several photos missing, but you get the point. Windows went in. Insulation installed and layers of 6 mil plastic went up everywhere to protect walls/insulation from any escaping moisture. More missing photos. Interior walls were skinned with 3/8 ply and caulked in tight with Vulkem (brand name of a very effective non shrinking caulk). Windows were cased out on the inside and then the whole thing was double primed with a quality oil primer. The top two coats are done with a silicone coating. It eliminates all worries of water seepage. Walls and floor are the same stuff, just two colors. This product goes on thick and is designed to cover outdoor decks so it is tough too. And I still haven't sided the thing. We ran out of money and will be finishing it off at the end of summer when some of my bigger paint jobs come up. More has been done since then, doors on, I set up an A/C that is fed air filtered from outside that then in turn feeds through my mister. The A/C never touches the wet air. Building stays between 55 and 60 F and is a joy to walk into after a hot miserable day at work. Currently producing about 15-20 pounds weekly from this building.