These plans will show you how to build a Cedar Sided Lean-To Shed. It is hard to believe that a shed this good looking is so easy to build! As attractive as this lean to is, it doesn’t take up much space in the yard. It is just the right size to set in the back of the yard or against a house. Even with its relatively small footprint, there is still lots of storage for a lawnmower, wheelbarrow, garden tools or pool equipment. And with full size double doors, there is no need to wrestle stuff through a narrow opening. Not to mention that you do not have to duck down to get inside. You can probably build the entire shed in two or three weekends.
Features: Build mostly with 2x4 lumber and 3/4in sheathing. Roof pitch is 3/12. A simple foundation of concrete blocks on sand beds provides a solid, level surface for the shed to rest on. The base is built with pressure-treated lumber to protect against rot and insect damage. Composite double doors offer easy access, beauty, affordability, and durability. Shingles mimic a tile roof, but install as easily as three-tab singles. Cedar trim and lap siding give this shed a rustic look that suits any backyard!
Size: Overall size is 10ft wide by 4ft deep by 8ft-10in high. Using double doors, the opening is roughly 5ft wide by 6ft-8in high.
Plans Include: These plans come with step by step instructions, materials list, detailed drawings, detailed 3D drawings and 3D exploded views, full color pictures, tips and techniques. Also includes some handy jig ideas for assembly.
Skill Level: Basic to Moderate construction and woodworking skills required.
NOTE: This woodworking project plan is a PDF file which can be downloaded to your computer when you complete your purchase.