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This 12x16 Gable storage shed has the following features:
These plans are very detailed and I have tried to make every phase of the construction process as easy as possible for the diy shed builder. Here's an example below of one of the plan pages that features an isometric view of the shed with all the parts and pieces labeled.
Included with the plans is a materials list that is broken down by project phase and gives grand totals on all materials needed. Just take this list to your favorite lumber store and have them give you a quote.
Or, take this shed materials list to more than one lumber supply store and get several estimates and go with the best price estimate!
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