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Save time and money with our wide selection of do it yourself shed plans. Start today with our budget friendly plans! Most of our plans are available to download instantly at checkout. From a simple storage shed plan to an amazing backyard playhouse, when you buy a DIY-Plan from us, you are guaranteed a great plan at a great value.
Our shed plans are easy to build thanks to our thorough and easy to follow instructions. All of our shed plans come with twice the plan pages compared to the competition, a tool list, a cut list, and a material list in excel format so you can calculate the exact cost of your project.
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I'm in the process of building my own home. My father is a contractor and so I've grown up around the process my whole life. But I've never done it by myself. Needless to say it's a daunting task and it takes a lot of my time but I enjoy it.
Most of the beginning stages I've subbed out to contractors. But as the house starts to take shape (we are in the framing stage), I’ve begun to think about building my own shed. We have over one hundred plans available now and so I have many options. But I have to ask myself, what is the right shed for me? Because size is such an important factor, I wanted to expound on in this article. Let's break it down into a couple different questions you'll want to ask yourself.
What is my budget?
Most of us don't have an unlimited dollars when it comes to building sheds. Usually we scrape together the money needed and built it on a budget. ...
You may have heard of the carpenter’s motto “measure twice cut once.” This is the best advice I have received as a builder. I would like to give you some equally good advice along the same lines. That is, to plan out the project, then check your plan, then plan some more.
I remember the first home my wife and I purchased. It was a turn of the century house that had been poorly remodeled several times. One night I was in the kitchen thinking how it would be so much better if a certain wall was gone. Being the young man that I was, I picked up a hammer and tore the wall down that night.
After three long years, we had turned a 5 bedroom, one bath home into a three bedroom, 2 bath home. When we sold it we made a little money and that was the problem. We only made a little money and it took us three years to complete. We lived in construction dust for the entire time. ...