ABOUT OUR PLANS 

 

ABOUT OUR PLANS 

 

ALL of the building designs can be reversed from left to right giving you a different image. Many have double doors. All of our sheds and barns feature 2" X 4" stud walls, maintenance free siding (in colors and styles that you choose) and factory-made, easy-to-install windows and doors. Check out the free plans on how to build a shed. All of our plans have actual size RAFTER CUTTING TEMPLATES. Just lay the template on your wood, trace with a pencil and cut. There are no difficult components to build or install. Want more details, check out the samples shown below and our free construction guide on how to build a shed.  See how easy it is to build with our professionally drawn plans and our free on line printable CONSTRUCTION GUIDE. 

 

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Pictured here are a few pages chosen at random to show what our plans and construction guide illustrations look like. They are shown in much smaller and different scales. 

Our plans come complete showing in great detail the required

FLOOR PLANS

ELEVATIONS

MANY CROSS SECTIONS

CONCRETE PAD INFORMATION

RAFTER CUTTING LAYOUT

SPECIFICATIONS

a very comprehensive

MATERIAL LIST   

and our exclusive

ACTUAL SIZE RAFTER

CUTTING TEMPLATES.


 

SAMPLE OF OUR MATERIAL LIST

NO.

QUAN.

SIZE

DESCRIPTION AND USE

NOTES

1

120

Sq. ft.

Wire mesh

 

2

11

½”

Anchor bolts

 

3

2

6” X 6” X 12’

Cedar or pressure treated wood

1,2,3,7

4

16

2”X 8”X 10’

Solid bridging, floor and header joists

1,2,3,7

5

4

4’X 8’ X 5/8”

Tongue and groove plywood

7

6

15

2”X 4”X 16’

When cut will give 1 bottom and 2 top plates for all walls plus misc. needs

1,3,5

7

40

2”X 4”X 92 ½”

Precut wall studs

1,3,5

8

1

2’ X 8” X16’

Lintel over window

1,3

9

13

4’X 8’X 7/16”

Aspenite wall sheeting

 

10

3

2”X 5”X 14’

Ridge pole plus left and right wall fascia boards

3,4

11

2

2”X 5”X 16’

Front and back wall fascia boards

1,3,4

12

10

2”X 4”X 16’

Roof rafters

1,3,5

13

10

2”X 4”X 10’

Ceiling joist

1,3

14

7

4’X 8’X 3/8”

Spruce plywood roof sheeting

 

15

42

3/8”

H clips or use scrap wood to support roof sheeting edges

 

16

210

Sq. ft.

Asphalt roof shingles  (includes starter strip and ridge caps )

 

17

1

8”X 9”

Roof vent with screen

 

18

2

 

Andersen window    “ NARROLINE # 3456”

6

19

1

 

Therma-tru door   (DOUBLE DOOR)  # CS210

6

20

2

 

Locking door knobs (check with door supplier regarding size, set back etc.)

 

21

13yy

4’X 8’X 7/16”

Aspenite sheeting, for interior walls and ceiling

 

22

 18 lbs

3 Ό”

Ardox or spiral framing nails

5

23

18 lbs

Ardox or spiral framing nails

5

24

11  lbs

1 1/4”

Roofing nails, use for shingles, asphalt paper, vinyl siding and trim

5

25

430

Sq. ft.

# 15 asphalt paper

 

26

44

Linear ft.

Vinyl siding starter strip

 

27

4

Ύ”X 3”X 10’

Vinyl siding outside corner post

 

28

120

Linear ft.

J  channel

 

29

58

Linear ft

F  channel  (wall mounted to hold soffit material)

 

30

36

Sq. ft.

Vented soffit

 

31

68

Linear ft.

Under sill trim, use under window and on the top edge of the vinyl fascia

 

32

68

Linear ft.

6” vinyl fascia

 

33

16

Linear ft.

Vinyl door and window cap

 

34

430

Sq. ft.

Double 4” vinyl siding

 

35

1

15” X 24”

Shutter as shown on page 1

 

36

 

 

Misc. caulking and paint for the doors

 

NOTE:  PLEASE READ ALL NOTES AND SPECIFICATIONS BEFORE ORDERING ANY MATERIALS OR BUILDING
1   When cut in two or to the required size one piece will yield the needed amount.
2   Cedar or pressure treated wood is recommended.  Use cut end treatment if treated wood is used.
3   Grade numbers 1 and 2 spruce is the specified lumber for this project.
4   2”X 5” lumber is recommended because it suits the 6” vinyl fascia best.
5   Consider ordering a few more of these items or others as it is common to use more because of working style, waste or mistakes.
6   Always confirm the size of the unit and the rough stud opening (R.S.O.)
7   Delete these items and 26 sq. ft. from no. 34 if you choose to build your shed on a concrete pad.
8   Not knowing your site or soil conditions prevents us from estimating any of your concrete needs.
9   It is the owner’s responsibility to apply for all required permits and to build with the necessary skill and in accordance with all required standards.

 


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