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August 13, 9:30 AM [GMT -5]

Almost done building a modified version of this shed.

September 25, 6:35 AM [GMT -5]

Come on FH!! Fix this page! We're dying here!!

March 11, 8:18 AM [GMT -5]

Where are the rest of the plans?

February 03, 4:30 PM [GMT -5]

I am interested in building the shed. I have the drawings and etc, bur nothing that indicates width, length and depth of cement slab,etc.

December 25, 10:47 AM [GMT -5]

Where are the step by step instructions? TIA

October 16, 1:25 PM [GMT -5]

Do you have alternate plans for enclosing the shed into a small cabin with no garage door.

July 10, 11:54 PM [GMT -5]

Building next week, 18'x16' monolithic slab, jbolts,18" footer...Just need the colors, where are they????

May 28, 3:54 PM [GMT -5]

How do I get a set of plans for the 2010 shed project?

April 19, 9:02 PM [GMT -5]

What about the answers to these questions! Where do i find them! For example color!!

March 03, 5:55 PM [GMT -5]

Is there more step by step instructions other then the ones supplied as a PDF for this artical? If so where am I able to get them?

January 31, 1:29 PM [GMT -5]

Are there actual plans for this shed and slab, aside from deducing them from the BOM? What is the actual size of the shed, length and width ?

December 03, 10:59 AM [GMT -5]

Garage was built using the provided materials list . It ended with a lot of left over materials that the contractor and lumber yard blame on the materials list . I haven't checked that out , but I suggest you do if you are planning on building .

November 27, 2:28 PM [GMT -5]

Any plans available for a cupola on this babY^

August 15, 8:47 AM [GMT -5]

I am anxious to start this project and your support documention and magazine article makes this seem do-able. I really see the Handyman Magazine a helpful resource for future projects.

Thanks Mike

August 03, 10:55 PM [GMT -5]

Please define such terms as: composite board, "rip for sills", "top chord lowered 3 1/2 inches", etc. For beginners or those, who will act as general contractor and partial diyer, it needs more explanation.

August 01, 2:45 PM [GMT -5]

Anyone think this could possibly be built with a wooden floor/joist ?

July 28, 3:16 PM [GMT -5]

Very nice shed and a good place to do DIY projects.

July 09, 10:40 PM [GMT -5]

This is an awesome shed and I think I'll build it. If you already have the shop equipment, step up the design a notch and build the doors. Fine HB has an article for building doors that will fit (Custom doors, done easy).

July 06, 2:16 PM [GMT -5]

We are also blown away by the colors on the 2010 Shed and would like to know the brand and colors. Awesome design.

July 01, 12:25 AM [GMT -5]

We really like this project. What color exterior paint was used? We would like to use the same colors.

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