Sheds provide garden storage and remove clutter. Having a place to store your outdoor tools will extend their life and make them easier to access when needed. With basic construction knowledge, the ability to follow shed plans, basic hand and power tools and the willingness to build a concrete pad, you can have a garden shed!
Sheds are available in kits, where the lumber is pre-cut to size and it is only necessary to assemble all the parts, or you can use shed plans, purchase the raw material and cut it to size.
Always check with your local building authority before commencing the project. In some jurisdictions you may require a building permit for a shed.
Always read the shed plans carefully and make sure that there is enough information provided for you to be able to complete the project - before you invest in materials. Some of the plans are excellent, giving a great deal of instruction in text, pictures and drawings while other plans are only drawings and still others are only sketches.
These shed plans are for the novice to intermediate woodworker or home handyman.