Ok, so now that you've decided
that you need a shed, what is the right one for you? I
will attempt to discuss that in this mini-article.
I think by the fact that you are
visiting this site, you have decided to build one and hence
you are looking for shed plans. The type of shed plan
you buy depends on a number of factors.
If you are a beginner,
you want detailed step by step shed plans that show you each
step of the process. Advanced Shed Plans skip over the
basic stuff, so you need detailed plans with detailed
exploded views. That's the first step.
Next, you need to decide what
your budget is. A small shed can be built for only a
few hundred bucks. A large shed can cost a couple of
thousand to build. The cost varies widely depending on
where you live, so it may be a good idea to visit your local
lumber store to figure out what the going rates of lumber
are to give you a better idea of what it will cost. A
key to that is the Bill of Material that is very detailed.
But how do you know how much it will
cost before you buy the plan?
Well, that's a good question, because since the bill of material
is part of the plan that you purchase, you don't really know
ahead of time. The best way to deal with that is to
purchase a package of plans together. This will allow you
to browse through shed plans of different sizes and review
different bills of material which will allow you to cost out
several different sizes of sheds to determine one that meets
Take a look at our
plans pages and browse through our shop. All of
our shed plans are available for immediate download.
Here you can buy our whole package, or just one of our plans
as a sampler. Our categories are always available on
the left of your screen on any page of our site.