FloraPro 10×16 Gable Shed
The FloraPro shed is the ultimate gardener’s shed. With a 160 sq. ft., there’s a lot of room for versatility and function. Create your very own garden oasis with this beautiful and practical design.
The 10’x16’ FloraPro Garden Shed Plan is a step by step instructional guide that makes it easier for builders to follow and understand. The plan contains the contents, which breaks down the steps and material list with the building components, hardware, and fasteners needed to construct the shed. It provides a superb visual with amazing detail of how the finished section should look upon completion. The guide is engineered to simplify the construction process with accurate instructions and detailed 2D/3D pictures. The step by step instructions are easy to understand, and they include tips on the tools to use as well as techniques. The FloraPro plan also shows the builder how to build the windows, shutters, double doors, latticework, louvered vents, and door ramp. The difficulty level for building this shed is set at medium; however, the plan makes it so anyone with determination can build it.
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The 10’x16’ FloraPro Garden Shed is the ultimate gardener’s shed. With a 160 sq. ft., there’s a lot of room for versatility and function. Two windows provide natural lighting and fresh air. The vented sidewalls provide additional airflow when the windows are shut and lowers condensation. The double doors and ramp provide ease of access for wheelbarrows, rototillers, lawnmowers, and other large garden equipment. The exterior of the FloraPro has amazing aesthetics with backyard appeal. The shed can be painted or stained to match existing exteriors or landscape. It has superior strength within all of the components of the shed, making this garden shed one that will last. The gable roof is sturdy and weatherproofed with tar paper and asphalt shingles that can be bought in a variety of styles and colors. The FloraPro really is a gardener’s dream come true.
Premium 10×16 shed plan features
Drainage system instructions
No special skills needed
Exterior shutters instructions
Door ramp instructions
Optimal layout for plywood
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Dave Malcolm is a retired constructor from Houston, Texas. Dave is happily married with two children and dedicates his spare time to designing quality DIY plans that the average homeowner can understand and build. He is responsible for developing a Howtoplans.org website that offers a wide range of answers to common problems and questions for constructing sheds and chicken coops as well as backyard tips and tricks.
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1. Do I need a permit?
A: In most local townships and municipalities, if a shed is less than 100sqft, you do not need a permit. For sheds more than 100sqft, it’s always best to go to your local town office and inquire about a building permit.
2. How much it would cost me to build?
A: According to most building cost estimator programs, the average cost for materials to build a shed is about $22.85 per square foot. For example, an 8’x10’ shed equals 80sqft x $22.85 = $1,828.00.
3. How much time will I need to build it?
A: The size of the shed plays a role in how long it will take to build it. An average 8’x10’ shed can be built in 3 to 4 days from start to finish.
4. Do I need expensive tools or large equipment?
A: You do not need expensive tools, a typical miter and table saw will work just fine. You will also need basic hand tools, corded drill or cordless screw gun, standard 7 1/4’ skill saw, and a variety of garden tools for the foundation.
5. Can I install electricity in my garden shed?
A: Yes, you can install electricity in your garden shed. You can run underground electrical wire in PVC pipe from the main breaker box in the house to your garden shed. You can also use a gas-powered generator for temporary power when you need it.