Shed Plans Examples
A typical set of shed plans will include the following:
- 1-Title Sheet
- 2-Floor Plan
- 3-Exterior Elevations
- 3.1-Alternate Elevations (used when alternate elevations are included)
- 4-Foundation Plan
- 5-Floor Framing Plan
- 6-Wall Framing Plan
- 6.1-Alternate Wall Framing Plan (used for larger sheds and alternate framing configurations)
- 7-Roof Framing Plan
- 7.1-Truss Details
- 7.2-Truss Angle -Full Size (more sheets are used when needed)
- 8-Building Section
- 8.1-Construction Details (more sheets are used when needed)
Click on the images below and view full size pdf shed plan drawing examples.
Our shed plans are drawn on 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper size so you can easily print them on a home computer printer.
Our page numbering system sequences the plans so that pages 1 to 3 introduce the plans by showing the title page, floor plan and exterior elevations.The remaining pages are sequenced in the order of construction by showing the foundation, floor framing, wall framing and roof framing. The final pages in every set show the building section and construction details that are specific to the shed being built. The plans examples shown below are representative of the actual plans. Each set of shed plans is unique and may contain more or less pages than the pages shown below. Things like alternate elevations will create more pages because of the need to show the alternate elevations and the associated wall framing plans. Plans that are more details, such as the gambrel roof designs, will have more sheets to show the roof details and loft framing details.
*We reserve the right to update, change or replace our shed plans at any time. Our plans are updated regularly.