If learning how to build a shed seems like a daunting task for you, don't worry. Its actually quite simple and easier than you might imagine!
Hi, my name is John. I am a professional builder, and the owner of shedking. I am going to show you step by step how truly fun and easy it will be building your own shed that can be used for any purpose you may have.
You can use my free guides, inexpensive shed plans, building tips and get email support all from a shed building pro right here at shedking.
Use this information to build yourself a storage shed, garden shed, wood shed, barn shed, cottage, cabin, tiny house, chicken coop, playhouse, office studio and more.
Everything above about how to build a shed is explained in comprehensive and graphically illustrated detail for you in my online guides with actual pictures and advice that I have learned from building sheds professionally over the last 20 years.
I am very proud of the shed plans I offer. A great deal of time and effort has gone into developing each set of plans and I know you will be pleased at the value and quality of the plans you order.
My shed plans are chock full of detailed and illustrated building information, and come with complete building manual, blueprints, and materials lists.
I have plans for gable, saltbox, and gambrel roof style sheds that can be built for any number of purposes incuding garden and potting, motorcycles, tools, or lawn and garden equipment storage.
You'll also find plans for tool sheds, lean to sheds, and firewood sheds.
Included with your instant download will be email support from me about any questions you might have on how to build a shed or about the plans or construction methods covered. I am very pleased to offer this service for the low price I charge, but believe it or not, I don't get that many support inquiries and I feel this is because of the comprehensive nature of the plans for all the information needed to successfully build your own shed.
Don't know yet what type of shed you need to build? My information on shed designs goes into detail about which style offers the most storage space. Or which design is the most economical to build. And which is best suited to be a garden shed.
You'll also learn which type of shed is the easiest to build for those of you who just want to build a simple shed.
If you aren't sure if you need a gable, saltbox, or gambrel style roof for building a garden shed, you'll learn about that too in the design information pages. Direct links to building plans are also included with each design listed if you want to get started right away with a great set of shed building plans.
Browse the learning center section to learn about things like how to use a speed square (my favorite useful tip!)to cutting angles for shed roof trusses.
Or the best nails to use for framing walls, or nailing down roof sheeting.
Maybe you need to figure out how to figure out the angles for building a ramp.
All sorts of tips and various odd shed building tidbits are included here for making your shed building experience hopefully an easier one.
Maybe you are an individual who already has the basic knowledge of how to build a shed and just need to get angles for roof trusses. I have truss plans for gable, gambrel, and saltbox sheds just for you.
Nothing makes me happier than a customer who sends in pictures of the shed they learned how to build using my shed plans!
These are happy customers who have graciously submitted photos of their newly built sheds for all the world to see.
Your shed could be on there next! I'd love to see it so make sure you email me pics along with any shed building comments you would like to make.
Pictures and testimonials of sheds built from people all over the country using my shed plans and small barn plans.
Not only will you save yourself some hard earned cash by knowing how to build your own shed, you will have an outdoor building project that you will be proud of for years to come.
This will also be a project that you will get many years of beneficial use from and one that you can say "I built it with my own two hands."