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Hi all. Does anyone have a good method to prevent rain water hitten the side of a garden shed then landing on the timber foundation and flooding the floor or damaging the floor of a timber foundation garden shed.

I understand if we poured a concrete slab, we would mount the frame of the shed on a rebated area of the concrete. I want to know if there is any way to get an as good result using a timber foundation.

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My bad. Please feel free to delete this thread I duplicated to your other website!
 

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If you are in a state with a wet season, you might want to elevate it a bit. Maybe on a crushed stone bed.
 
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