Harvest Pro 12×12 Gable Shed


With a 144 sq. ft. of floor space, there’s lots of room for garden equipment. The gable roof design adds strength and pleasing backyard aesthetics. Perfect choice for a man cave or office shed.

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The 12’x12’ Harvest Pro Garden Shed Plan uses a step by step process with additional instructions that fully explains how to build each section of the shed. The plan includes a great detailed explanation of how to prepare the foundation and dig the trenches that will be filled with concrete for a solid base. The Harvest Pro also includes the material list that explains the different types of construction materials required as well as hardware and fasteners. The instruction manual is designed with 2D/3D illustrations that include the layout, measurements of cut lumber, and rough openings. It provides a good visual of how the section goes together and helps the builder with useful tips. The plan’s difficulty level is medium; however, the blueprints and instructions make it possible for the average DIY enthusiast to build.

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Steps Count 14 28
Illustrations for Each Step
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Step By Step Instructions
Full Materials and Cuttings List
Additional Illustrations
Additional Blueprints
Tools List
Fastening Elements List
Technical Support

12x12 gable garden shed


Shed overview


The 12’x12’ Harvest Pro garden shed is a beautifully designed structure that can be used for a variety of functions. It can be used as a man cave, office shed, she shed, and storage solution for garden equipment and supplies. The construction of the shed is very rugged. It utilizes pressure-treated lumber for the framing and plywood for the floor and gable roof. The gable roof design adds strength and pleasing backyard aesthetics. With a 144 sq. ft. of floor space, there’s lots of room for recreational vehicles, snowmobiles, and riding lawnmowers. The double doors and door ramp provide easy access, and the two windows add extra lighting and fresh air coupled with the two vents installed in the gable ends. The drainage system, shutters, and latticework make this shed a functioning piece of art. Additionally, it can be stained or painted any color.


12x12 garden shed plan


Premium 12×12 shed plan features


Siding blueprints

Drainage system instructions

Window instructions

No special skills needed

Exterior shutters instructions

Door ramp instructions

Door instructions

Optimal layout for plywood


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Garden shed

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Door type

Double door

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Free, Premium


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.