I never use plans for my furniture projects, but I find that I may
need some for this. I want to build a shed in my backyard and I'm
looking for some detailed plans (willing to pay for them). If you
know of any that you tried plase let me know.
For the CAD-heads out there if you have any shed CAD drawings you be
willing to share please let me know.
I have a set of drawings of a shed that I built 5-6 years ago and would be
happy to share with you. It is 10'x 12" and tall enough for a full sized
exterior door. It stands about 9' tall from the ground.
But be warned, I am not going to be responsible for any mistakes. My plans
were for general reference.
OK Leon.... I have to ask.
What do you store in a building that is 10' X 12" ?
Inquiring minds, you know.
Shoot Robert that made my home 30% bigger. ;~)
It's more like, what does my wife store in the building. LOL
As you go in the door which is located about 24 inches fron the left side of
the building I have a lumber rack immediately on that left wall. The wood
goes stright in and up on the rack. I made the room 10' deep to accomidate
8'-9' long boards. The lawn mower goes straight in and all the way back.
Every thing to the right of that is pretty much fair game as far as my wife
is concerned. BBQ stuff, Christmas stuff, fertilizer, etc. I have
probably mentioned this before, I do have sofit venting all the way around
the perimeter and I used radient barrier decking. The room is never any
hotter than the out side temp regardless of how long it has been closed up
in the heat.
My shed (of my own design) is 12'x16' (192 square feet; as close to the
local 200 square foot limit as I could get (without making it square) so
that I wouldn't have to get a special building permit). It too is tall
enough for a full-size exterior door; it's also on a concrete slab, has
a nice hipped roof, two windows, electricity, lots of shelving, and all
the exterior features are an exact match with my house. All my
neighbors asked me to build one for them too! Anything that has nothing
to do with woodworking is stored there so that my three car-garage could
be a totally dedicated wood shop; no cars or lawnmowers allowed. :-)
"Even if your wife is happy but you're unhappy, you're still happier
than you'd be if you were happy and your wife was unhappy." - Red Green
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