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CUSTOMER'S COMMENTS

Dear Just Sheds,

I purchased a plan back in November last year and finally got around to building the shed late Spring.  This was the first time for me building a shed and found the free instruction guide easy to understand and follow.  

The attached photos show the progress from start to finish.  The plan was easy to follow and the material list was very helpful.  Although I did alter the material list and changed the exterior siding to hardi-plak. I put formers up and had a 10 X12 concrete slab poured then setting anchor bolts before the cement dried.

The rest was a blast.

Thanks for the great shed plan,

Scott Riley,    

Holly Springs , NC

PLAN # 2311

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Nice job Mike
 

Hello,

I built your 8' by 10' shed using your free plan.  Except for fittings, roofing and paint, all materials were salvaged.  As you see from the pic, I
modified the roof elevation.  Enjoyed building it very much; your plan worked great!  I finished the shed autumn of '05.
Best regards to all.


Mike Cassell

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PLAN # 2112
Extensively altered by the customer to suit his needs 
CUSTOMER'S COMMENTS

As promised, heres a photo of the completed shed.  As recommended I used your plan 2112 but just extended the length to 20feet.  

The material list was easy to scale up to the new length.  It did require some simple adjustments like window, door locationsbut that would have been the case anyway as I elected to put those on the side rather than the end. 

Its a great salt box shed and Im the envy of my neighborhood!

 
Hi Ross .

Thank you for your email. Sorry for the delay.  The plan # 3118 does not come in a standard 20X10 size. I have attached plan 2112 for you because it has the roofing info you need to make it 20X10 As mentioned on our web site the first number stated in the size of our shed plans is always the width or front. The second number is the front to back depth. This way of stating measurements is quite standard in the construction industry.

You can make shed plan wider by just adding more materials such as wall studs roof rafters etc. 

All of the remaining structural information remains the same.

Sorry we do not have or make material lists for plans that customers change.

Trusting this meets your needs.  

Sincerely,  

Just Sheds Inc

 

CUSTOMER'S COMMENTS

Hello,
I purchased your plans last year and completed the shed in December. With the help of my neighbor we built this shed on weekends and afternoons.  The plans were great and very easy to follow.  I added the bump out roof over the door for a little extra character and added a few other things here and there. We really are enjoying the shed and we have had many compliments on how nice it looks.

As you can see in one of the photos, a neighbor has a shed that he had built and I know he paid more for his than I did. And his is smaller and less attractive, not to brag!!!

Thanks,

Ron Thweatt
Sturtevant, WI     

These shed plans have been adapted by the owners to suit their preferences.
 

Plan # 2316 This customer only sent us their pictures

 

PLAN # 2111

CUSTOMER'S COMMENTS

Just wanted to drop you a note. I am very happy with the shed plan I bought from you. When the THE SIERRA shed is finished, I'll send another photo with the red vinyl shakes. I did use a sliding door system which I like a lot. Moved the window a little to work with the door, but overall it went very well. My garage was full of lawn mower, rototiller, wheelbarrow, etc. so it was time to build a shed.

Thanks again!
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Charlie Herrick
Northport , Maine
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Gentlemen,
Thank you for the shed plans that I purchased from you last May (The Williamson, Plan #1110, your "Signature" shed). Some pictures are attached.
 
I spent all summer "putzing" around with it (between travel); however, I have had so many compliments on the final product, it's amazing. People driving past my house from "out of town" stop to ask where they can buy one. I just give them your web address. The whole city of Manitowoc may eventually contact you based on the early response. This Fall, I installed a bamboo floor inside the shed to finish the interior. I can store my lawnmower, ladders, snow shovels and tools, and an amazing number of things that used to just clutter my garage. It's really quite handy.
 
I calculated that my material costs were about $2,000 total. However, this included a $300 metal door that I installed, as well two windows that I bought from the local building supply store for about $200. I estimate that I contributed about 300 to 400 hours of labor. I also "wrapped" the exterior with cedar siding, as well as limestone rock from local stone quarries, ... to give it an "old world" look. It complements the look of my 1938 "Lake Michigan" home quite well. At least, that's what people tell me.

PLAN # 1110

Nevertheless, thanks again. Have a Happy New Year! (I know that I will, thanks to my new storage shed).
Best regards,
Earl Horntvedt
 
Product & Market Development
North America

 

A workshop built Greece.

Good Morning,

I bought shed plans from you back last March in order to build a workshop in my garden in Crete, Greece. I had to adapt the roof profile by reducing the pith to 30 degrees and of course, change all the dimensions to metric. However the 16ft x 10ft plans that you sent adapted very easily and I had no problems except the availability of materials. The finished size is 5 metres x 3 metres. Crete does not produce its own timber, it comes from Scandinavia, so the finish is limited to a choice of plywood sheet or tongue & grooved board. However, I am very pleased with the finished product and its much more substantial than the local commercially bought sheds!

I followed your building instructions and created a piled base on a sloping site. The footings are more substantial to allow for earthquake movement, hence the 'skirt' around the bottom. I lined the inside of the frame with plywood sheet prior to erecting, as you suggested, to make the frame square and that worked a treat, if at the expense of making the frame really heavy! You will see that I modified the side and end panels to give me plenty of natural light for wood turning (my hobby). I don't need windows in this climate so opted for just shutters to close off the openings. The small shutters lower right down but the large shutter is on a pulley system as it is in front of my workbench. It lowers to right angles and thus acts as additional workbench when working on long lengths of timber.  The roof is plywood sheeted, covered in waterproof sheeting (as are the walls) and finished with profiled tinplate. The t&g sidings were the most difficult part as the fierce heat of the sun dried out the timber in August and then when the rains came in October the timber swelled and buckled, despite the fact that each pack of ten pieces was climate-wrapped in polythene in the factory. However, a bit of remedial nailing sorted out the problem. I chose to treat the surface in a green preservative wood stain to lessen the visual impact on the environment as the site is close to a ravine and can be seen from a long distance. From inside the workshop I have an uninterrupted view out to sea.

The whole project cost about 3000 euros (4000 dollars) and took two months to complete. I had some assistance for the erection of frames, roofing and positioning of t&g (due to the long lengths) but otherwise completed the project single-handed. The attached file shows the completed workshop.

Thank you for the careful design plans which made this project such a enjoyable task.

 

Regards,

Peter Moorcroft 

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