Quick temporary shelter — a shed when you need storage, a greenhouse for that last unexpected frost, or a portable outdoor workspace when the weather is getting nasty — can make the difference between ruin and success. With Finley’s Easy-Up structural resin joints you can quickly put together a structure with a peaked roof and lean-in sides for stability. And since the only lumber it requires is square-cut 2×2’s and 2×4’s, you don’t have to cut any odd angles or measure any miters.
To me this means that even the first time I use these, all I need is lumber, a circular saw, and fasteners/driver. If I keep the cut lumber, every other time I just need fasteners and a driver! Street pricing on the kit starts at about $33 without a cover, and at about $230 with a cover.
If you don’t need an enclosure, you might still check out the rest of Finley’s 2×4 Basics line — we’ve posted on their shelving and workbench kits, and they offer other fast solutions as well.