14x32 shed plans

14x32 shed plans DEFAULT

Serial#: DS210317GM
Siding: Clay
Trim: Black
Roofing: Black

14×32 Garden Shed Max with black accented doors with transom windows. The Garden Shed Max is our most popular building, They come with the heavy duty floor system, 2×6 joist, 3/4 sanded plywood, taller 7’4″ side wall, overhangs on all 4 sides, windows with shutters, gable and ridge vents, radiant barrier, and 3 shelves. With this 14×32 you’ve got plenty of storage space plus room to work on those hobby projects.

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14×32 Deluxe Gable Roof Shed Plans, Materials & Cut List, Cost Estimate Worksheet

deluxeIn addition to the 14×32 Deluxe Gable Roof Shed Plans I offer these 3 other styles of 14×32 shed plans:

This materials & cut list and cost estimate worksheet is for my 14×32 Deluxe Gable Roof Shed Plans with these features:

  • 3:12, 6:12 and 12:12 roof pitch options
  • 12 inch overhang
  • 31 sizes from 8×4 to 16×32
  • 8, 10, 12, 14 & 16 ft widths
  • Single and double doors
  • Pressure treated wood foundation on concrete blocks (concrete piers optional)
  • Floor studs 12 inch O.C.
  • Wall studs 16 inch O.C
  • Roof trusses 24/16 inch O.C.
  • 8ft Side wall height
  • Double top plates
  • Double corner studs
  • Includes 48 inch loft the length of the shed with an optional gable end door
  • Frame for pre hung doors and windows
  • Build a loft in the higher roof pitches

Optional configurations will require additional materials from what is listed here. Materials are calculated on 6:12 roof pitch. A higher pitch will require more materials.

Materials And Cut List, 14×32 Deluxe Gable Roof Shed Plans

This materials and cut list shows where the individual materials are used. The cost estimate worksheet shows the total materials.

NotesItem: Cut dimensions, Table 2SizeQuantity
Foundation
APressure treated skids: B4x4x8ft4
APressure treated skids: B4x4x12ft8
Floor
Band board splice: Figure 2.22x6x8ft2
Band boards: B2x6x16ft4
CFloor joists: C2x6x14ft33
FFloor sheeting, 3/4in plywood or OSB4ftx8ft16
32ft Side wall #1
Top plate: B2x4x16ft2
Top & bottom plates: D2x4x16ft4
BStuds: F2x4x92 5/825
DSiding, 7/16 to 5/8inch4ftx8ft8
32ft Side wall #2
Top plate: B2x4x16ft2
Top & bottom plates: D2x4x16ft4
BStuds: F2x4x92 5/825
DSiding, 7/16 to 5/8inch4ftx8ft8
14ft End wall #1
CTop plate: E2x4x14ft1
CTop & bottom plates: A2x4x14ft2
BStuds: F2x4x92 5/812
DSiding, 7/16 to 5/8 inch4ftx8ft3.5
14ft End wall #2
Top plate: E2x4x14ft1
Top & bottom plates: A2x4x14ft2
BStuds: F2x4x92 5/812
DSiding, 7/16 to 5/8 inch4ftx8ft3.5
Door
PHeader: Figure 5a2x4x8ft1
QJack studs: Figure 5a2x4x92 5/81
BInner door frame: Figure 5b2x4x92 5/84
ETrim2.5x8ft8
KHinges3
LLatch1
Trusses @ 6:12 pitch
25+2 (each truss uses 2 pieces): H, Figure 3.12x4x10ft54
CCollar beams: A, Figure 3.12x4x14ft25
BUprights: Figure 3.12x4x92 5/850
DEnd truss siding, 7/16 to 5/8: Figure 3.34ftx8ft4
Roof
GSheeting, 1/2 plywood or OSB4ftx8ft18
ETrim, corners2.5x8ft8
ETrim, facia and bird boards5.5x8ft21
HDrip edge13
IFelt paper (roll)3
JShingles (bundles)21

Cut dimension in the second column are found in Table 2 & 5 on pages 65 & 69 of the Deluxe Shed Plans.

Truss materials are based on a 6:12 pitch with about 12 inches of overhang. To adjust for a 3:12 or a 12:12 pitch look at table 5 on page 69 and make the appropriate substitution based on dimension “H”.

Cost Estimate Worksheet, 14×32 Deluxe Gable Roof Shed Plans

This estimate doesn’t include sales tax, cost to paint, or any other necessary items or tools you might need but don’t already have.

NotesItemQuantityPriceSub Total
A4x4x8ft pressure treated4
A4x4x12ft pressure treated8
B2x4x92 5/8 (PC)129
2x4x8ft1
2x4x10ft54
C2x4x14ft31
2x4x16ft12
2x6x8ft2
C2x6x14ft33
2x6x16ft4
D7/16x4ftx8ft Hardboard siding27
E4ftx8ft No groove siding4
F3/4x4ftx8ft Plywood or OSB16
G1/2x4ftx8ft Plywood or OSB18
H10ft Drip edge13
IFelt paper (roll)3
JShingles (bundles)21
KHinges3
LLatch1
MAssorted fasteners(estimate)50.00
Grand Total

Print this list out and take it down to your local building supply store to calculate the cost of building this 14×32 Deluxe gable roof shed. Fill in the price for each item and multiply by the number used to calculate the total cost to build.

Use the notes below for additional information on the items you need.

Materials notes for 14×32 Deluxe Gable Roof garden shed plans:

APT means pressure treated lumber. Pressure treated lumber is designed for long term ground contact without rotting or being eaten by termites.
BPC means pre cut 2x4x92 5/8 inch lumber. If your building supply store doesn’t carry them then buy regular 2x4x96″ lumber. Pre cuts are cheaper and often times better quality lumber.
CIf you can’t buy the length you need then buy the next longer size and cut it. This is often the case as many stores don’t carry 14 or 18 ft lengths.
DUsing 4×8 sheets of composite siding that comes with a factory primer will allow you to build this shed with the least cost and in the shortest amount of time. Composite siding holds paint better than real wood siding and speeds construction over using a plywood or OSB base and covering with strips of siding. It comes in various grades and thicknesses depending on your budget. The top of the line if you can afford it is called “Duratemp”. It is 7/16 to 5/8 inch plywood covered with a veneer of composite hard board. This offers the best of both worlds, strength and durability. Also “Smart Panel” offers a 7/16 – 5/8 inch thick OSB siding with a veneer of composite hard board which might be more readily available. Regular composite siding will still give you a long service life as long as you keep it painted properly. Most of them are rated for 20 or 25 years. And it’s a good choice for budget reasons. The only downside is that it’s not suitable for use in high humidity areas like Florida and Hawaii.
EThese plans are based on ripping 7/16 inch x 4′ x 8′ sheets of no groove (groove less) composite siding into 2 1/2 inch x 8 foot strips. One sheet will give you more than enough to trim the door and corners for this 8×8 shed. You don’t absolutely need a table saw but it’s the best way. You can do it with a circular saw but your cuts will not be so nice. No groove siding is siding without the normal grooves in it. You could use regular grooved siding but then you will have no control over where the grooves fall on your 2 1/2 inch strip. Or else you will have a lot of waste if you try to plan your cuts around the existing grooves in the normal siding. The no groove siding doesn’t need to closely match the other siding. It just needs to match the texture so that it matches when painted. So if necessary you can buy one brand of grooved siding and another brand of no groove siding in the event you can’t buy them both in the same brand. Or you can buy ready made trim boards but they are very expensive. As a last alternative you can 1×3 pine boards for the trim. But I strongly recommend against this because real wood will take lots of extra prep time and effort and still will not give you as nice a finish product as composite hard board trim.
FCDX is the cheapest and roughest grade of plywood with cracks and knots in the surface. You can use a better grade for a nicer floor finish. You can use either normal square edge plywood or the more expensive tongue and groove especially designed for floors. If you want to save few dollars you can even use 1/2 inch OSB.
GOrganized Strand Board (OSB) for roof sheeting is less expensive than plywood. But you can use either.
HMetal drip edge, “D” style, usually 10 ft lengths, galvanized or painted.
IFelt paper, 15 or 30#.
JNumber of shingle “bundles.” 3 bundles usually cover 100 sq.ft of roof, or 1 “square.” Use 3 tab shingles for economy, or spend a little more and buy high quality architectural shingles for longer lifespan and lower long term maintenance. If you want to install metal instead see this post on my website: CheapSheds.com/how-to-install-a-metal-roof-instead-of-shingles-on-your-shed
KHinges, use large heavy duty strap hinges. A better option is a single heavy duty piano hinge that runs the entire length of the door. You can see the preferred specifications and buy one online from a vendor listed on my website at CheapSheds.com/piano-hinge
LA typical gate latch will do in most cases. For a high secure latch see this post on my website: CheapSheds.com/security-latch
MAsk your building supply store for their estimate on the amount fasteners you’ll need. Just buy more than you think you’ll need because they’re cheap and you can always use them on other projects. -3in deck screws for trusses and framing, -16d common nails for framing (if you don’t use screws), -8d galvanized box nails for siding and trim, -8d sinkers nails for floor and roof sheeting (but you can use 8d galvanized nails), -5 1/2in x 1/4in carriage bolts, nuts, washers for the hinges and latch -3/4 in galvanized roofing nails for the shingles.

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44 FREE DIY Shed Plans To Help You Build Your Shed

#11 Easy to Build Gabled Shed

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This is a portable shed built on a skid foundation that measures 8 x 8 feet.

The simple design features home built double doors on one end and a pitched gable style roof, making it an excellent choice in areas with lots of rain or snow.

You can see the simple to follow plans here.

#12 Tudor Style 8 x 7 Shed

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This is the perfect garden shed for someone who wants a stylish shed that looks a little different than the norm. The plans include measurements in both standard and metric for ease of construction.

Unlike most wooden sheds where the cladding is on the outside, with this one it is attached to the inside for that "Tudor" look.

You can download a free set of these plans here.

#13 7 x 8 Board and Batten Shed

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This is a simple to build shed with a framed in floor for added strength. It features a pair of DIY swinging doors up front and a nicely sloped roof.

You can view a free copy of the plans here or if you prefer to have a print friendly version, you can also buy a set.

The well thought out design and high roofline offer you plenty of storage or workspace.

#14 10 x 10 Tudor Style Shed

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No one says your shed can't be stylish. This 10 x 10 Tudor style shed puts the frame on the outside giving it that "Tudor" look that is sure to fit in with your home and yard.

Maximum inside height is 8'8", inside floor space measurements are 8' wide by 10' long providing plenty of space for just about anything.

Visit here to see the full plans and comprehensive construction instructions.

#15 6 x 6 Playhouse

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These plans can be used to build a nice sturdy playhouse that looks a lot like a real house.

Not only can your kids use it to play in when they are young, but when they have outgrown it, you can easily turn it into a convenient storage shed with a single door and four windows for maximum ventilation.

Learn more about this playhouse and get your free plans here.

#16 Excellent Narrow Backyard Shed

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This 4-foot-deep shed is 7 feet wide and perfect for those with limited space.

The design features a pitched roof and double doors, making it a great choice for a number of storage purposes such as garden tools or bicycles.

You can see the plans and detailed construction information here.

#17 Simple Versatile 6 x 6 Shed

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From garden tools, to a place for your bikes, this simple shed design has a 7/12 pitch roof and a single DIY door.

The roof is designed to extend over the door to help keep rain and snow out. You can see the plans here or download them as a pdf if you prefer to print them.

#18 DIY Lean to Shed

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When you have limited space to work with, this handy freestanding lean-to style shed is the perfect option.

The sloped roof keeps the rain and snow at bay, while the large double doors make it easy to get in and out of. See the simple and easy to follow plans here.

#19 8 x 6 DIY Garden Shed

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Everyone needs somewhere to get away from it all, this 8 x 6 DIY garden shed can give you all of that and more.

Coming from Mother Earth News, these plans have been created just for those with nothing more than basic carpentry skills.

You can follow the detailed construction instructions and plans here.

#20 The Traditional 12 x 16 Shed

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This set of shed plans lets you decide how many doors and windows you want and what style. You could have double doors on one end and a single door on the side or any one of several other options.

The plans are available here and include 6 different foundation options to choose from.

#21 Colonial Style 8 x 12 Shed with Porch

8x12_colonial_shed

Sheds are not just for storage, this 8 x 12 shed features a covered front porch making it the perfect style to turn into an art studio or workshop.

The plans include comprehensive instructions that will walk you through building this shed on a tight budget. View detailed instructions and see the plans here.

#22 Cute 8 x 10 Cape Cod Shed

8x10_cape_cod_shed

Add real New England Charm to your backyard with this 8 x 10 Cape Cod style shed. It features board and batten construction, a divided window, and a single door.

You can build your own door or thanks to the generous 7'8" wall height, use a factory built pre-hung door. The 10/12 pitch roof keeps snow at bay.

Learn more about this shed right here.

#23 Handy 8 x 8 Cape Cod Shed

8x8_cape_cod_shed

A smaller version of the above shed with a steep roof and a porch. The same Cape Cod board and batten style is sure to make this the perfect shed to store your garden tools and supplies, your bikes, or just about anything.

Plans also include instructions to add a side door for easier access. Take a look at the plans here.

#24 2-Door 8 x 12 Cape Cod Shed

8x12_cape_cod_shade

When you need a little more room but still want Cape Cod styling this 8 x 12 shed is just what you need. It features two doors, one on the end and one on the side.

The 6'7" side height lets you use pre-hung doors or build your own. The 10/12 pitch roof is ideal for snowy regions.

Read more about this shed and order your plans here.

#25 8 x 12 Value Shed with Double Doors

8x12_value_shed

If you are comfortable around woodworking tools, this 8 x 12 value shed may be just what you are looking for.

It features a fully framed floor for added strength and can be set on a concrete slab foundation or multiple 4 x 4s. Plans include instructions for building double doors.

The plans are available here.

#26 DIY 12 x 12 Gambrel Shed

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If your idea of a beautiful shed is one that looks like a small red barn, this Gambrel style shed is just what you need.

The easy to follow plans will walk you right through building it from the ground up including the skid style foundation for ease of movement. Download free plans and materials lists here.

#27 DIY 12 x 10 Gambrel Shed

12x10_gambrel_shed

The double slope of this barn style shed is perfect for areas where it tends to snow a lot. You can use the added height to build in a loft for added storage.

The shed features do-it- yourself double doors giving you plenty of room to drive your riding lawnmower in and out. Free plans can be downloaded here.

#28 DIY 10 x 12 Gambrel Shed

10x12_gambrel_shed

Double door goodness for those who want plenty of storage space in their backyard. The fully framed floor is covered with plywood for added structural strength and to ensure you can store virtually anything inside.

Plans include everything you need to build this great shed. You can download your free plans here.

#29 DIY 10 x 12 Gambrel Shed

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The 6'5" door height gives you plenty of room to put just about anything in your shed and ensures that even taller people won't smack their head going in and out.

This shed measures a full 10 x 12 without the siding, giving you plenty of room for garden tools, bikes, and just about anything else you need to store out of the way.

Free plans are available here along with complete materials lists.

#30 DIY Salt Box Shed

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This unusual shed features a dual slope roof and double doors set in the front wall. Interior measurements are 10 x 8 without the siding.

Frame is all 2 x 4 for superior strength and the plans include instructions for building the double barn style doors. Skid mounted for ease of movement.

Free plans and materials lists are available here.

#31 8 x 8 Gable Shed

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The steep pitch of this roof makes the 8 x 8 Gable shed an ideal addition to any yard where heavy snow and rains are common. The skid foundation makes moving your shed into place simple.

These easy to follow plans include a list of all materials needed and include plans for the double barn style doors. Seethe free plans here.

#32 8 x 8 Gambrel Shed

8x8_gambrel_shed

Great set of easy to follow plans for building an 8 x 8 Gambrel style shed complete with double pitch roof. This shed features a fully framed floor mounted on skids making it easily portable.

74" home built double doors offer plenty of room to get in and out while the lofted roof gives you added storage space.Your free plans are available here.

#33 7 x 12 Gable Roof Shed or Playhouse

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If you are looking for a shed that can double as a playhouse or workroom, this might be the one.

Features include a single door and two windows in the 12' front wall, but you can modify the plans to add even more windows if you need more light.

If the size is too big, instructions in the free plans available here show you how to make the shed smaller.

#34 Simple Lean-To Shed

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When your space to build a shed is limited yet you need storage space for garden tools or bikes, this lean-to shed is perfect for you.

While it is designed to be placed against a wall, you can put this sturdy shed anywhere in your yard.

The only difference is you will need to build a stud rear wall instead of simply covering this area in sheathing. Read more about this nifty shed here.

#35 Long Lasting 8 x 8 Shed

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If you are gifted with a high level of carpentry skills, you are ready tackle this 8 x 8 shed.

It features a split level roof design, a single entry door and two windows on the front wall.

The free plans available here are not for beginners, but those who are skilled can complete construction in about seven days.

#36 Build an Affordable Shed

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Pre-built shed can cost a fortune, the free plans available here can help you save up to $3000 on your garden shed simply by showing you how to build one yourself.

These plans are for a gable roof style shed with a single door and two windows in the front wall. Detailed build instructions are included with the plans here.

#37 Free Gambrel Shed Plans

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While building a gambrel style shed is a little more complex than a gable style one, these easy to follow plans will take some of the confusion out of the job.

The gambrel style gives you room to add a storage loft for smaller items. Free plans cover building a 12 x 8 shed are available here.

#38 8 x 8 Gambrel Shed Plans

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From building the foundation to installing the shingles on the gambrel style roof and adding the final coat of paint, these detailed and easy to read plans walk you through building an 8 x 8 shed that is perfect for any backyard storage project.

Your free shed plans are available here.

#39 8 x 8 Lean-To Shed

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No one ever said a lean-to shed has to be small in size. This wood and metal 8 x 8 lean-to style shed gives you plenty of storage space on the inside, yet takes up very little room on the outside by virtue of its lean-to styling.

You can get your free plans right here.

#40 Cute Rustic Yard Shed

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Not only does this cute rustic shed offer plenty of storage space, a double size sliding side door and plenty of windows, the pitched roof is designed to create a shady place to relax or get your work done.

While not for beginners, those who have some experience in construction should have no problem building this great shed. Read more about it and see the complete plans here.

#41 The Ultimate Garden Shed

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If you are ready to take on a serious shed project, this is the one for you. This is more than a shed, with several windows and vents in the gables, this shed makes a great workshop or art studio.

The design is for an 8 x 9 1/2 storage area and a smaller 8 x 5 1/2 room with plenty of windows. The concrete paver floor, cedar siding, and metal roof help you create a shed that will last forever. Read all about this shed here.

#42 7 1/2 x 13 1/2 Multi-Window Shed

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While definitely not for beginners, this multi-windowed shed offers plenty of light and would be great for anyone who wants a workroom.

The steeply pitched roof is perfect for snowy regions and the double entry doors are perfect for riding lawn mowers or motorcycles. You can get your free plans right here.

#43 A Shed with a Front Porch

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If you are looking for a shed that is more than just a place to store your garden tools and junk, this might be the one for you.

The shed itself measures 8 x 16 with a 3 1/2-foot front door. But the best part of the design is the 8 x 16 foot fully covered front porch.

You can use this area as a shady work space or somewhere to relax in your backyard out of the sun. Complete plans are available here.

#44 6 x 6 Garden Shed Plans and Building Guide

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If you are looking for a super easy to build 6 x 6 garden shed, then these plans might be just what you need.

The all-wood construction features a framed in floor sitting on skids for ease of movement. Can be set on cement piers, blocks, or level ground.

Detailed plans include information for building your own door. Get your free plans here.

In Summary...

I hope you have enjoyed looking at the different free shed plans I have found for you and more importantly I have helped you find the perfect garden shed. I created this list from the many hours of searching for the right shed to fit my needs.

If you liked what I have put together for you here, please let me know.

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Thank you for reading this.

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14×20 Gambrel Shed – Free DIY Plans


This step by step diy project is about 14×20 gambrel shed plans. I have designed this large barn shed so you can store all your tools, bikes, furniture and other items. This shed has double front doors, a side door and a side window. You can easily make modifications to my plans, so the shed suits your needs and tastes. Take a look over the rest of my woodworking plans, if you want to get more building inspiration. Remember that you need to select the location for the shed with attention and that you have to comply with a the local building regulations.

When buying the lumber, you should select the planks with great care, making sure they are straight and without any visible flaws (cracks, knots, twists, decay). Investing in cedar or other weather resistant lumber is a good idea, as it will pay off on the long run. Use a spirit level to plumb and align the components, before inserting the galvanized screws, otherwise the project won’t have a symmetrical look. If you have all the materials and tools required for the project, you could get the job done in about a day.

 

 

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14×20 Gambrel Shed – Free DIY Plans

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Building-a-14×20-gambrel-shed

 

Cut + Shopping Lists

  • A – 4 pieces of 4×4 lumber – 240″ long SKIDS
  • B – 2 pieces of 2×6 lumber – 240″ long, 16 pieces – 165″long FLOOR FRAME
  • C – 6 pieces of 3/4″ plywood – 48″x96″ long, 3 pieces – 48″x48″ long, 2 pieces – 24″x96″ long, 1 piece – 24″x48″ long FLOOR
  • D – 2 pieces of 2×4 lumber – 32 1/2″ long, 8 pieces – 91 1/2″ long, 1 piece – 168 long, 1 piece – 161″ long, 2 pieces – 78 1/2″ long, 8 pieces – 7 1/2″ long, 2 pieces of 2×6 lumber – 99″ long FRONT WALL
  • E – 1 piece of 2×4 lumber – 180″ long, 1 piece – 24″ long, 1 piece – 240″ long, 1 piece – 233″ long, 17 pieces – 91 1/2″ long, 3 pieces – 43″ long, 2 pieces – 30″ long, 7 pieces – 7 1/2″ long, 2 pieces – 78 1/2″ long, 4 pieces of 2×6 lumber – 33″ long, 2 pieces – 39″ long SIDE WALL WITH DOOR
  • F – 2 pieces of 2×4 lumber – 240″, 1 piece – 233″ long, 18 pieces – 91 1/2″ long SIDE WALL 
  • G – 2 pieces of 2×4 lumber – 161″ long, 1 piece – 168″ long, 12 pieces – 91 1/2″ long BACK WALL
  • H – 10 pieces of T1-11 siding – 48″x96″ long, 6 pieces – 48″x95 1/4″ long, 2 pieces – 24″x95 1/4″ long SIDING

Tools

Hammer, Tape measure, Framing square, Level

 Miter saw, Drill machinery, Screwdriver, Sander

 Safety Gloves, Safety Glasses

Time

 One week

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Step 1: How to build a 14×20 barn shed floor

Floor frame

Floor frame

The first step of the project is to build the floor frame for the storage shed. Therefore, you have to cut all the joists from 2×6 lumber. Lay all the joists on a level surface and drill pilot holes through the rim beams. Insert 3 1/2″ screws through the rim joists into the perpendicular components. Make sure the corners are square and align the edges flush. Place the joists every 16″ on center, for a professional result.

Make sure you read the local building codes, so you can get the job done in a professional manner. In addition, select the location for the storage shed with attention, so you can comply with the codes and to use your yard efficiently.

Fitting the skids

Fitting the skids

Next, select the location for the large barn shed, remove the vegetation layer and then compact a thick layer of gravel. Use a spirit level to make sure the surface is perfectly horizontal. Lay the 4×4 skids to the  ground and then fit the floor frame.

Also, align the edges flush and use rafter ties to lock the skids to the floor frame tightly. You can also use anchors so you can lock the shed to the ground, in the case you live in an area with strong winds.

Floor sheets

Floor sheets

Additionally, cut the floor sheets to the right dimensions. Attach the 3/4″ tongue and groove plywood sheets to the floor frame, using the pattern show in the plans. Align the edges flush and leave no gaps between the sheets. Insert 1 5/8″ screws every 8″ along the joists, for a professional result.

 

Step 2: Building the shed wall frames

Front-wall-frame

Front-wall-frame

Continue the project by assembling the front wall for the 14×20 gambrel shed. Cut the components at the right dimensions and then drill pilot holes through the plates. Insert 3 1/2″ screws through the plates into the studs.

Furthermore, use 2×6 lumber for the door double header. Fit a piece of 1/2″ plywood between the 2×6 headers. Add glue to the joints, drill pilot holes and insert 2 1/2″ screws to lock everything together tightly. You can adjust the size of the door opening to suit your needs.

Back-wall-frame

Back-wall-frame

Build the back wall for the storage shed in the same manner described above. Drill pilot holes through the plates and insert 3 1/2″ screws into the studs. Place the studs every 16″ on center for a professional result. Make sure the corners are square and align the edges with attention.

Side-wall-frame

Side-wall-frame

Next, frame the plain side wall for the 14×20 storage barn shed. As you can easily notice in the diagram, you need to use 2×4 lumber for the plates and studs. Drill pilot holes through the plates and insert 3 1/2″ screws into the studs. Place 1/2″ plywood blockings between the double studs that are placed at both ends of the wall frames.

Side-wall-with-door-frame

Side-wall-with-door-frame

Next, you need to assemble the opposite side wall for the shed. Cut all the components from 2×4 lumber at the dimensions shown in the diagram. Drill pilot holes through the plates and insert 3 1/2″ screws into the studs. Place the studs every 16″ on center and make sure the corners are square. Use double studs and 1/2″ plywood for both ends of the wall frame.

As you can easily see in the diagram, you need to frame a door to the side wall. In addition, frame a small window, so you can let a lot of light inside the shed.

 

Step 3: Assembling the shed wall frames

Assembling the shed frame

Assembling the shed frame

Continue the project by fitting the wall frames to the floor of the shed. Align the edges flush and then plumb them with a spirit level. Drill pilot holes through the bottom plates and insert 3 1/2″ screws into the floor. Join the adjacent walls together tightly using 2 1/2″ screws. Make sure the corners are square for a professional result.

 

Step 4: Attaching the shed siding sheets

Side wall with door siding sheets

Side wall with door siding sheets

Cut the T1-11 siding sheets to the right dimensions and then secure them to the side wall frame. Make the cuts so you can fit the panels around the door and window openings. Use 6-8d nails to lock the sheets into place, every 8″ along the framing for a professional result.

Side wall siding panels

Side wall siding panels

Next, fit the T1-11 siding panels to the other side of the shed. Align the edges with attention and leave no gaps between the panels, for a professional result. Use 6d nails to secure the panels, every 8″ along the framing.

Back wall siding panels

Back wall siding panels

Attach the T1-11 siding panels to the back of the shed. As you can easily notice in the plans, you need to inset the sheets 1 1/2″ from the top plate. Use 6-8d nails to lock the sheets into place. Insert the nails every 8″ along the framing for a professional result.

Front wall siding panels

Front wall siding panels

Cut the sheets for the front of the shed. Align the sheets and then lock them into place with 6-8d nails, as shown in the diagram. Fit the sheets 1 1/2″ below the top plate.

14x20 gambrel shed plans - Side view

14×20 gambrel shed plans – Side view

Take a look over PART 2 of the shed, so you learn how to frame the gambrel roof. In PART 3 of the shed you will learn how to build the double front doors and how to fit the decorative trims.

14x20 gambrel shed plans - back view

14×20 gambrel shed plans – back view

This large barn shed has plenty of storage space, so if you are looking for a simple structure that will shelter all your tools and equipment, this is worth a chance. Moreover, this shed is sturdy and easy to build.

 


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Shed plans 14x32

14×32 Gambrel Barn Shed Plans With Loft, Materials & Cut List, Cost Estimate Worksheet

APT means pressure treated lumber. Pressure treated lumber is designed for long term ground contact without rotting or being eaten by termites. BPC means pre cut 2x4x92 5/8 inch lumber. If your building supply store doesn’t carry them then buy regular 2x4x96″ lumber. Pre cuts are cheaper and often times better quality lumber.CIf you can’t buy the length you need then buy the next longer size and cut it. This is often the case as many stores don’t carry 14 or 18 ft lengths. DUsing 4×8 sheets of composite siding that comes with a factory primer will allow you to build this shed with the least cost and in the shortest amount of time. Composite siding holds paint better than real wood siding and speeds construction over using a plywood or OSB base and covering with strips of siding. It comes in various grades and thicknesses depending on your budget. The top of the line if you can afford it is called “Duratemp”. It is 7/16 to 5/8 inch plywood covered with a veneer of composite hard board. This offers the best of both worlds, strength and durability. Also “Smart Panel” offers a 7/16 – 5/8 inch thick OSB siding with a veneer of composite hard board which might be more readily available. Regular composite siding will still give you a long service life as long as you keep it painted properly. Most of them are rated for 20 or 25 years. And it’s a good choice for budget reasons. The only downside is that it’s not suitable for use in high humidity areas like Florida and Hawaii.EThese plans are based on ripping 7/16 inch x 4′ x 8′ sheets of no groove (groove less) composite siding into 2 1/2 inch x 8 foot strips. One sheet will give you more than enough to trim the door and corners for this 8×8 shed. You don’t absolutely need a table saw but it’s the best way. You can do it with a circular saw but your cuts will not be so nice. No groove siding is siding without the normal grooves in it. You could use regular grooved siding but then you will have no control over where the grooves fall on your 2 1/2 inch strip. Or else you will have a lot of waste if you try to plan your cuts around the existing grooves in the normal siding. The no groove siding doesn’t need to closely match the other siding. It just needs to match the texture so that it matches when painted. So if necessary you can buy one brand of grooved siding and another brand of no groove siding in the event you can’t buy them both in the same brand. Or you can buy ready made trim boards but they are very expensive. As a last alternative you can 1×3 pine boards for the trim. But I strongly recommend against this because real wood will take lots of extra prep time and effort and still will not give you as nice a finish product as composite hard board trim. FCDX is the cheapest and roughest grade of plywood with cracks and knots in the surface. You can use a better grade for a nicer floor finish. You can use either normal square edge plywood or the more expensive tongue and groove especially designed for floors. If you want to save few dollars you can even use 1/2 inch OSB.GOrganized Strand Board (OSB) for roof sheeting is less expensive than plywood. But you can use either.HMetal drip edge, “D” style, usually 10 ft lengths, galvanized or painted. IFelt paper, 15 or 30#. JNumber of shingle “bundles.” 3 bundles usually cover 100 sq.ft of roof, or 1 “square.” Use 3 tab shingles for economy, or spend a little more and buy high quality architectural shingles for longer lifespan and lower long term maintenance. If you want to install metal instead see this post on my website: CheapSheds.com/how-to-install-a-metal-roof-instead-of-shingles-on-your-shedKHinges, use large heavy duty strap hinges. A better option is a single heavy duty piano hinge that runs the entire length of the door. You can see the preferred specifications and buy one online from a vendor listed on my website at CheapSheds.com/piano-hingeLA typical gate latch will do in most cases. For a high secure latch see this post on my website: CheapSheds.com/security-latchMAsk your building supply store for their estimate on the amount fasteners you’ll need. Just buy more than you think you’ll need because they’re cheap and you can always use them on other projects. -3in deck screws for trusses and framing, -16d common nails for framing (if you don’t use screws), -8d galvanized box nails for siding and trim, -8d sinkers nails for floor and roof sheeting (but you can use 8d galvanized nails), -5 1/2in x 1/4in carriage bolts, nuts, washers for the hinges and latch -3/4 in galvanized roofing nails for the shingles.
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