There are many plans you could choose from, therefore you should assess your needs from the very beginning. Building an outdoor shed is usually seen as a complex project, but in fact the construction process is a lot easier than it might seem at first glance.
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Top Tip: Align the joists, making sure the diagonals of the floor are equal, before driving in the wood screws. Install the tongue and groove sheets as in the image, otherwise the floor won’t provide enough support to store heavy items. The double top plate will increase the rigidity of the outdoor shed, if it is built properly.
Continue with the back wall, in the same manner described above, except for the door opening. After building the walls on a level surface, you have to install them into position on top of the floor. Next, assemble the side walls of the shed, using the same woodworking techniques described above. Top Tip: Make sure the corners of the frame are right angled, using a good carpentry square. Building the roof of the shed is pretty much a straight-forward job, if you assemble the trusses on the ground. Afterwards, lift the trusses and install them into place, by driving 4” screws trough the bottom rafter in the top plates of the outdoor shed. In order to give your shed a nice appearance, as well as to protect the walls from rot, you should  install a 10” front and a back overhang. Make up the floor frame consisting of 8 joists and 2 boundary joists to the dimensions as shown in the 'Skid and Joist Layout' plan.


Use the 'Skid and Joist Layout' plan and the 'Materials List' for layout reference and individual member sizes and lengths. Cut the 100mm x 50mm (2" x 4") wall frame members to length as shown in the 'Wall Frame and Stud Placement' plan.
Make the wall frames up on even ground, referring to the 'Wall Frame and Stud Placement' plan which shows the placement of the studs from a bird's eye-view.
This means the studs are spaced apart 600 (2ft) from the center of one stud, to the center of the next stud (where possible). Building a shed in your backyard is a great project, as it is a great opportunity to learn new carpentry techniques, as well as to create a place where you could store garden tools or outdoor furniture.
Therefore, you should choose the plans that fit your needs, taste and budget, as there are many options available.
Cut the wooden components only after measuring them several times, in order to avoid costly mistakes. Make sure the top plates are perfectly horizontal, otherwise the roof won’t be symmetrical. Irrespective of your choice, make sure the blade of the saw has fine teeth, to prevent the edges from damaging. In order to get the job quickly and to drain the water properly, we recommend you to make the pitch of the roof about 30?. Cut the ends of the angled rafters at 30?, while the ends of the bottom rafters should be cut at 60?. Plumb every truss before installing it into place, otherwise you won’t be able to attach the roofing sheets. Sand the wooden surfaces with 120 grit sandpaper, before applying primer and several coats of paint to the siding and studs. If you want to see more outdoor plans, we recommend you to check out the rest of our step by step projects. Moreover, if you pay attention to details and use quality materials, the outdoor shed would add character to your garden and increase the value of your property.


Nevertheless, don’t forget to go to the local building department before beginning the construction, as there are certain legal requirements you have to comply with, according to the area you live in.
Building the front wall of the shed is a simple task, if you pay attention to several aspects. Install a double header, as well as cripple studs, to provide support to the top of the window.
Hire a professional handyman to get the job done for you, if you don’t want to undertake the risk of such a complex project.
As you can see in the image, you have to leave enough room for the door opening, as well as to reinforce the frame with a double header and with cripple studs.
Lay a straight 2 x 4 across the skids to make sure they are level.Step 2 Cut two 2 x 6 rim joists and nine joists .
Assemble the floor frame with galvanized nails, as shown in the shed blueprints 8×10 FLOOR FRAMING PLAN. Remove the waste from the notch areas with a circular saw and clean up with a broad wood chisel. Cut the notches with a handsaw, then test-fit the Joints, and make fine adjustments with a chisel.Step 9 Set an 8-ft. Install the 1 x 6 fascia and 1 x 2 trim at the gable ends and along the eaves, mitering the corner joints.
Install flashing over the outside of the door, then add 1 x 3 trim around both sides of the door opening, as shown in the DOOR JAMB DETAIL.



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