Rainbo 8×10 Gable Shed
The Rainbo shed is perfect for storing garden supplies and tools. It provides 80 sq. ft. of floor space that can be utilized for a variety of lawn equipment. The door ramp and double doors make it easy to drive equipment in and out of the shed. Two windows provide plenty of natural lighting.
The 8’x10’ Rainbo Garden Shed Plan contains a step by step instructional guide, and each step has smaller steps that clearly explains how to complete the section. All of the different types of construction materials, hardware, and fasteners are also included with a material list that provides a good overview of the required components. The plan is designed for DIY enthusiasts who want a functional and attractive smaller shed. The guide shows the builder everything they need to know with accurate drawings and cut lumber measurements. It utilizes 2D/3D illustrations that display the layout and sizes of cut lumber as well as the rough openings for the windows, vents, and doors. The plan also explains how to build the shutters, latticework, doors, windows, and door ramp. From the foundation to the finished product, the Rainbow plan will guide builders every step of the way.
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The 8’x10’ Rainbo Garden Shed is perfect for storing garden supplies and tools. It provides 80 sq. ft. of interior floor space that can be utilized for a variety of lawn equipment. The door ramp and double doors make it easy to drive a riding lawn mower in and out of the shed. Two windows provide plenty of natural lighting, and the vented gable ends allow fresh airflow that helps to cut down on condensation. The exterior of the Rainbo is beautifully designed with window shutters and latticework on both sides of the door. A roof drainage system diverts water to the ends and protects against erosion. This shed can be built on any suitable location and works in all weather climates. It’s built with quality construction materials and utilizes asphalt shingles for superior water protection. The Rainbo can be used for multiple functions, and it makes a great playhouse for the kids.
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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.