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This section of our site compiles the latest comments submitted to MyOutdoorPlans. In this way you can follow the latest discussions and the hot topics. Adjacent to each comment is a link to the corespondent project.

 

  • Ovidiu on Rv Carport PlansUnfortunately, I don’t share the model files.
  • Ovidiu on 12×12 Shed PlansMaybe you chose the wrong guy 😉 The plans call for one day for each of the 3 Parts and it never mentions 1 person. You don’t build a 12×12 with one person.
  • Barbara on 12×12 Shed PlansHow long is a day typically? The plans mention a day to build, but I have a guy on day three. Any suggestions?
  • Ovidiu on 8×8 Chicken Run PlansAll plans are printable. Please read the FAQs: http://myoutdoorplans.com/faq/
  • Larry Krause on 8×8 Chicken Run Plansdo you have printable plans? I’m looking at the 8×8 chicken run. Thank you
  • Lindsey on 12×10 Shed PlansWhat was your estimated cost building this?
  • Brittany on 8×12 Heavy Duty Shed PlansWhat is the snow load on the 8×12 heavy duty shed?
  • Eric on Rv Carport PlansI am familiar with Sketchup. Can you share the Sketchup file so I can just make adjustments to it to fit my requirements?
  • Jim on 10×20 Shed PlansLooking for plans for a 10 x 20 shed on a concrete floor.
  • Steve Isom on 12×16 Hip Roof Shed ConstructionLooked at your 12×16 Hip roof plans, and prefer a straight gable roof with no more than 2ft added to the shed height due to permitting. Do you have a material list variance for that option?
  • Ovidiu on 3 Cord Firewood Shed PlansIt was a typing mistake, all the roof trims are 1x6s.
  • JOn on 2×4 Adirondack Bench PlansThis thing weighs like 300lb. Build it where you plan on keeping it. Good luck.
  • Ovidiu on 8×16 Shed PlansYes, local codes. Some don’t allow you to make the walls 8′ high.
  • Ovidiu on Lean to Shed Roof PlansThanks you for the nice words. Looking forward to seeing your shed!
  • Ovidiu on 8×16 Lean to Shed Roof PlansThe nails looks better, because you don’t see them, but the screws definitely make a stronger bond. Therefore, you can use screws if you like in a hurricane prone area.
  • Mike v on 8×16 Lean to Shed Roof PlansHey, i was wondering why you state to use nails for the siding rather than screws? Im building this shed in south florida, and being that we are hurricane prone (wind shear), i would think screws would be a better option? Correct me if im wrong please.
  • John on Lean to Shed Roof PlansIt was a joy to see your plans. I have a rather small area to put a shed in,an think that I may be able to fit one of your design’s to the space. Thank you.
  • David on 16×16 Gable Shed PlansIs there a way to modify the back wall to allow for a window or air conditioner unit? Being in the deep south, humidity is horrendous. Any time spent in the shed itself would just be miserable. How would I go about doing so?
  • Nat on 8×16 Shed PlansHi Is there a good reason not to make the walls 8 inches taller? Then I could use full sheets of wall boards, and gain extra height inside and in the door. Thanks 🙂
  • daniel on 10×10 Gable Shed Roof Planswhat size rafter ties would you use
  • Ovidiu on 10×8 Shed – Free DIY PlansYes, but you will have a little more waste.
  • Ovidiu on Waist High Raised Garden Bed PlansYou’re welcome! Let me know how it comes out!
  • MJack on Waist High Raised Garden Bed PlansFinally! I’ve been searching for a an elevated planter box plan for a long time and I came across your website. I like how your instructions are simple with pictures for reference. This is definitely something I can follow. Thank you!
  • Andrew on 10×8 Shed – Free DIY PlansHello, I would like to follow this design but am looking to build a 10×7 one. Would it be all the same material?
  • Ovidiu on 10×20 Lean To Shed Roof PlansYou can find the measurement for that in the Cut List.