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Jim Reeves

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1594 days ago

I am looking for a plan or step by step of a basic shed/workshop about 15×20 l can put up?
I was thinking of joining 2 sheds l have both are 10 ’ deep x 12 ft wide but they both have different roof lines.
Would it be possible to join the 2 of them and extend roof height, so when l put siding on to make look as one building to have roof line same?
Both sheds are built with the baby barn frames think height inside is 83 inches at peak.

If l cut outside walls off at point where roof line bends and attach 2×3’s or 2×4’s at each stud to take to 8 ft then build a reg gabble roof has anyone attempted this?
The shed with shorest height man down the road, when he built his nice 2 story barn/garage gave shed away so l hooked blazer up to the 10×12 shed pulled down my road home.
But before winter came removed rotten outside wall and roof plywood and floor plywood never got covered in plastic l stappled on since blew off.
I will take a picture of both sheds put on here tomorrow, maybe will show height and roof better hope to get a few idea’s so in 2-3 months caan do something.

My wife doesn’t want me to build a new building mainly want a outside workshop to much time cleaning up basement sawdust etc.
Combining the 2 sheds if l can extend roof would give me a 12 ft wide x 20 ft deep shop would like wider but better than now
thanks

-- jim


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hvroberts

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#1 posted 1594 days ago

I think you will find anything you want here. Don Berg sends me lots of designs and different plans for outdoor things, mainly buildings.

Let me know what you think.

From “Don Berg” <editor>
To “Homer Roberts”<hvroberts>
Date 01/04/2010 09:01:38 AM

Back Home Building Tips Newsletter by Don Berg

Build a 6’x6’ all-purpose shed yourself with some of the most complete plans and building instructions you’ll ever find. **

Dear Homer,

Do you need a new shed? Plans Design offers free plans for a versatile and attractive storage shed or garden tool shed that you can build yourself. The downloadable plan set has sixteen pages full of practical building information. Besides the standard floor plans and exterior elevations, you’ll get clear isometric drawings that show you exactly where every board goes. They are accompanied by step-by-step building instructions, helpful hints, material lists, clear and concise details and rafter cutting templates.

Plans Design offers a large selection of unusual and attractive backyard building plans. You’ll find greenhouse sheds, cottage-style sheds, lean-tos, hip roof shed designs, gazebos, small barns, saltbox roof sheds and garages. They are all available in a variety of sizes.

All of their plan sets include building instructions, material lists, rafter cutting templates, detail drawings and helpful building hints. The extra information is helpful for experienced builders and absoutely essential if you’re building your first shed.

Click here to see a photo, to read more and to get the free plans for the 6’x6’ shed >>>
( http://www.todaysplans.net/use-plansdesign-free-6x6-saltbox-shed.html )

Click here for dozens of other free shed plans >>>
( http://www.todaysplans.net/find-free-shed-plans.html )

Find more sheds, mini-barns and backyard projects as inexpensive blueprints, do it yourself software and building kits >>>
( http://www.backroadhome.net/find-backyard-project-plans-kits.html )

Best of luck

Don

-- Hvroberts, Up North In Maine

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Jim Reeves

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#2 posted 1594 days ago

Hey Homer and Don, thank you both for awesome web sites excellent all 3 sites no problem now with both your help. I must say again as l haave told so many friends/fellow worker this woodworking web site is the best so many wanting to help fellow woodworkers you all are such good people.
Special thanks again to Homer and Don.

-- jim

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