Shed Plans

I have been keen on woodworking for quite a while now and I have created this site to supply you with recommendations, tips and advice regarding the construction of storehouses and different outer buildings. My intention is to assist you to find the right plans for a shed or an outdoor building whatever its purpose… be it a pergola, carport or garage.

I am very much aware of the fact that it is not an easy task to find high quality plans at a resonable price. For quite some time now, I’ve been looking online, browsing various sites in order to find suitable shed plans that I, as an average DIY home owner, can handle easily.

I hope this website MyShedPlansPlus will offer you the support you need to find the exact plans you require in order to start your building project right away.

About This Website

The primary areas of the website to look through are the shed plans and recommended products section.

The first area, the Shed Plans category is where I offer you specific details about the very best place to locate shed construction plans as well as other resourses I think might be helpful. Currently I have detailed and specified information as well as construction tips for the following 6 particular plans:

Every single one of these 6 pages offers tips and suggestions regarding the things you can do to help improve the quality of your building project.

The Essential Planning Stages for Building Your Own Shed


I will be adding more advice and suggestions over time, as well as posting new and interesting articles regarding building and general woodworking projects that might be useful to DIYers.

The “Recommended Products” section is the one where I’ve done reviews on some helpful sets of plans; My Shed Plans and Ted’s Woodworking to be more specific.

I have used these products myself and consider them very worthy of  high ratings. You can learn more in my specific reviews:

Another website worth exploring is Big Hammer Software. This site with its design a shed software is useful for those of you who would like to be involved the design aspect of your shed or other outdoor construction from scratch. I will continue to add a variety of resources and reviews about helpful woodworking tools.

Tips To A Better Shed

1. Plan and gather blueprints and estimations of tools and materials needed.
Purchase the materials you need before you start building.
Make sure you understand the building codes in your area.
Lay a sturdy foundation make sure it is weather-resistant.
Framing on a sturdy foundation with low-maintenance materials.
Finishing with paint or stain as soon as the building is complete.

What is To Follow?

The vast majority of those who visit this website are searching for woodworking or shed plans they will be able to use without any difficulty.

If this is what you are looking for, then I really suggest that you take a closer look at Ted’s Woodworking. This site contains more than 16,000 plans you can consult on the spot. Almost anything you can possibly think of is included in this extended collection of plans. I suggest you take a look at it, I’m sure you’ll be glad you did.

Click Here to Check out My Shed Plans

For now take a look through my website and I suggest that you add my site to the list of your favorites websites by using the “Bookmarks” feature. This way, it will be easier for you to return soon!

Thank you for visiting…

The following two videos show you two ways to build a shed, the more commercial two man way and the realistic one man way, probably the way you will build… enjoy!

Building A Small Shed On Your Own


Other Useful Websites
Making Doors For The Shed –
Selecting Wood For Outdoor Structures –
6 Super Sheds Gallery –
Source sites for the DIY enthusiast at under Home & Garden for more ideas to make the best of your outdoor space



5 Responses to “Shed Plans”

  1. JasonP says:

    You suggest purchasing all the materials before starting building, but that might mean it is laying around for a while, so do I need to store and protect some of the timber from bad weather conditions while I am building?

    • Gary says:

      Jason just try to keep it dry and off the ground. Use strips of timber, whatever you can find, every foot or so to help hold and stack it properly.

  2. Dwayne says:

    The final option is to have the panels pressure treated; this allows you to never worry
    about treating the shed yourself as the pressure treatment will fully protect the
    wood. Metal sheds are hard-wearing as they are typically coated with plastic, process painted metal sheets or vinyl, to make it stronger and protect it from the elements.
    For example, next to the pool if it’s to be used as a pool cabana or near the garden if you’ll use it to store garden tools & equipment.

    • Gary says:

      Thank you for your suggestion Dwayne.

      I much prefer wooden sheds for aesthetic reasons, and they are also very versatile in that you can easily renovate and extend as your needs grow.

      Also a wooden shed is far more resistant to impact; consider accidental damage made from a stray football … it would be much easier to repair a timber panel than a metal one

      Given there is more maintenance with a wooden shed, but to me it is a small price to pay for building something in my garden that enhances the environment and provides greater visual appeal.

  3. says:

    The price they sell for can really motivate you to built your own. This is perfect for seed germination and for plant propagation, thus
    honing our skills to become more efficient and professional at what we
    like doing best. Show two or three videos in a week
    that highlight these topics.

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