dimone2 wrote:Actually, there's going to be two doors in the front, a small window between them, and the roof will be solar gray translucent panels to allow light in.
At some point I need to run power to the shed as well. I've drilled a hole between the doors in the front frame/flooring to allow conduit to run down to the ground, and then I'd run it underground over to the house panel. I talked to my electrician about it when he was out for something else. Then I can stop charging my cordless tools in the laundry room, which would make my wife much happier!
Your an architect?
A couple of things I noticed. Your roofing does not overhang your fascia and since you didn't use a drip edge or flashing, your framing and trim are going to get wet and rot. The slope of the roof is sending water onto the wall or over the wall. If that isn't your property, I am pretty sure that is a code violation. Upper and lower ventilation will help cool it some. It's going to be one hot box without it. Second, read your owners manual on cordless tools, "Do not store or use the tool and battery pack in locations where the temperature may reach or exceed 105 F (such as outside sheds or metal buildings in summer.)" I certainly wouldn't store and charge them in the shed. Can't help using them outdoors when it is over 105 in Arizona but,...