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Hi Everyone, Does anyone have plans or blueprints for making a work shed? My wife and I are thinking about building one. Cheers, Devon

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Build A Shed (author)2009-11-16

Depends on what the shed will be used for? Woodworking, or more like an office? This has an effect on what sort of shed to go for. Plus, there are lots of styles to choose from.

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FrenchCrawler (author)2007-04-16

We also have a shed that dents when bumped...

But this would be a nice thing to have. Then you could take your projects with you on the road :)
Even looks to have LCD screens installed inside...

Now, if I could only win that stupid lottery.... but then I'd just buy this and install work benches inside.

It's always nice to have dreams... :P

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Kiteman (author)2007-04-15

I've just gotten a "new" shed. It's been full of kids toys for the last two years, and I've finally sorted it out enough to reach my bench.

I can now do those things previously banned from the dining table. Like learn to solder more accurately and play with jam jar jets when it's raining.

However, you may like to try:

http://www.popularmechanics.com/home_journal/home_improvement/1276231.html

http://www.woodprojects.com/barn-shed-garage-plans.htm

http://www.storageshed-plans.com/freeshedplans.htm

http://www.just-sheds.com/1201.pdf

http://www.wolmanizedwood.com/shed.gif

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iman (author)2007-04-16

How big are you talking ?

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CameronSS (author)2007-04-15

There are premade, partially assembled, and kit form sheds available at some home improvement centers, such as Lowes or Home Depot (in the US). They are decent, but usually pretty cheap construction. We have one that has the thinnest tin siding imaginable, and you bump it and it forms a dent.

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lemonie (author)2007-04-15