Raised wood floor, 4x4 beams underneath. 2x4 framed w/Hardi siding. Window & double barn doors. Shingles woven into the existing roof. Materials on all of this was under $900, labor to build & paint was over $1200.
I have plans for gable, saltbox, and gambrel roof style sheds that can be built for any number of purposes including garden and potting, motorcycles, tools, or lawn and garden equipment storage.
Top Tip: Check out the rest of the project, to learn how to build the roof for the shed, as well as the double doors. Augusta
Des Moines, IA 50309 Every single plan shown above is included in this package. Every single one! In the snapshots above, you see a snapshot of my plans shown next to a picture that was sent to me by a customer who used my plans to build the shed above. Do you want to see what my customers have to say? Take a look through my customer gallery of real life customer projects that were built using the plans I provide here!
Great article, please send a copy of the SketchUp files. Thanks Find it at Construct 101 $6,400 As you heard for all three projects, you most likely need to get a permit before you start building. Details of this can be obtained through a homeowner's association, if you have one, or your county's building department. The cost of a permit varies depending on the square footage of your intended project, but small outbuildings can be permitted for as little as $100.
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