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When it's time to put your siding on whether it be osb or T1-11 or smartside siding panels, the next step is to find the exact middle of your door opening. We have our 5' door opening for double shed doors and we have the two door panels we cut out that we can now build our doors with.We can start with either panel, it makes no difference. Working with each door panel individually, we can now frame the outside of these panels with 2x4's and 2x6's as such. With the door panels assembled now with 2x4's and 2x6's the shed itself now needs to be framed out with 2x4's and a lentil around the door opening The 2x4's will serve as door jambs and should be screwed or nailed to the frame flush with the door opening.The door lentil can be made of a 2x6.
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These doors will be easier to build using exterior grade 1.5" screws, screwing from the back of the panels into the front 2x4's and 2x6's.
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It doesn't matter.Ok, lets say with this 10' wall you want your door on the right side 1' away from the corner. What ever you decide on this measurement, it should remain the same all around your shed.If you are just using osb, your first osb panel will be attached to the wall framing so that your panel edge is even with your middle of the door mark. Otherwise your silicone will not take latex based paint and will have to be painted with an oil based paint.Another option I like to add to my sheds is an angled metal threshold strip on top of the floor right on the front edge. Nail this panel to the wall framing along the header edge, and the jack stud of the door framing.