DIY Sheds
Plans
These are the step by step plans for the shed reference: 6ec07dd0-0600-11ea-935b-9bd47b69bc18
DIY Sheds
Plans

Average build cost £6,385.64

The Base

Base Preperation

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The Tools Needed
  • tool 1
  • tool 2
  • tool 3
  • tool 4
  • tool 5
The materials needed for the base - See the cutting list for more details
  • A0 - Sawn Treated Easi Edge 200 x 47mm (8" x 2") Kiln Dried C16 FSC x 2
  • A3 - Sawn Treated Easi Edge 200 x 47mm (8" x 2") Kiln Dried C16 FSC x 2
  • A4 - Sawn Treated Easi Edge 200 x 47mm (8" x 2") Kiln Dried C16 FSC x 14
  • A6 - Sawn Treated Easi Edge 200 x 47mm (8" x 2") Kiln Dried C16 FSC x 10
  • A8 - Sawn Treated Easi Edge 200 x 47mm (8" x 2") Kiln Dried C16 FSC x 2
  • A9 - Sawn Treated Easi Edge 200 x 47mm (8" x 2") Kiln Dried C16 FSC x 2
  • B0 - General Purpose OSB 3 Board - 9mm X 1200mm X 2400mm x 6
  • B8 - General Purpose OSB 3 Board - 9mm X 1200mm X 2400mm x 3

The Frame

Frame with drill measurements
To start the base frame, you’ll need A0 & A6. Mark both lengths at the same time at 678mm, 1235mm.
Close up of drill holes
Pre-drill holes using a 6mm drill bit as per the drawing.
Layout the timber to match the diagram.
DIY Sheds Created by DIY Sheds A0 A3 A0 A3 A6 A6 A6 A6 A6 A6 A6 A6 A6 A6 A9 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A8 A9 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A4 A8 5500mm 3500mm
Start by screwing the two end rafters to xx using XX screws. You can then check the diagonal measurements and move the frame so they’re both xx.
Then attach the remaining rafters followed by the noggins (xx). A good tip is to use the noggins as a guide on each end to get the spacing to match.
It might be easier to attach the noggins as you add each rafter so that you have more space for the drill.
Frame with all rafters
Frame with rafter and noggins

Floor Insulation

To insulate the floor you’ll need to add rails to hold the insulation in place. Use xx and screw them in place along each side of the rafters.
Push the insulation panels in place. It’s best to start from the middle so you don’t have to step on it as it will be fragile.

Floor OSB

Lay the OSB boards onto the frame and screw in place one by one using 50mm screws roughly every 300-400mm
DIY Sheds Created by DIY Sheds B0 B0 B8 B0 B0 B8 B0 B0 B8 5500mm 3500mm

The Walls

The materials needed for the wall frames - See the cutting list for more details
  • C0 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 16
  • C2 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 14
  • C3 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1
  • C4 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1
  • C5 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1
  • C6 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1
  • C7 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 27
  • C8 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 7
  • C9 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 2
  • C10 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1
  • C11 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 5
  • C12 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 2
  • C13 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 4
  • C14 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 6
  • C15 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 15
  • C16 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 4
  • C17 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1
  • C18 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 2
  • C19 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1
  • C20 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 2
  • C21 - Treated Studwork CLS Timber - 38 x 89 x 2400 mm x 1

The Back Frame

For the base frame, you’ll need xxxx. Mark both lengths at the same time at xxmm, xxmm….
Pre-drill holes using an x drill bit as per the drawing.
Layout the timber to match the diagram.
DIY Sheds Created by DIY Sheds C0 C0 C16 C0 C0 C17 C0 C0 C16 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C19 C15 C15 C15 C15 C15 C15 C15 C18 5510mm 2090mm
Start by screwing the two end rafters. You can then check the diagonal measurements so they are both equal.
Then attach the remaining rafters followed by the noggins. A good tip is to use the noggins as a guide on each end to get the spacing to match.
It might be easier to attach the noggins as you add each rafter so that you have more space for the drill.
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The Left Frame

Layout the timber to match the diagram.
DIY Sheds Created by DIY Sheds C0 C13 C0 C12 C0 C13 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C20 C15 C15 C15 C15 C9 3421mm 2090mm

The Right Frame

Layout the timber to match the diagram.
DIY Sheds Created by DIY Sheds C0 C13 C0 C12 C0 C13 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C7 C20 C15 C15 C15 C15 C9 3421mm 2090mm

The Front Frame

Layout the timber to match the diagram.
DIY Sheds Created by DIY Sheds C5 C4 C0 C0 C16 C0 C0 C16 C2 C2 C2 C2 C14 C8 C14 C8 C14 C2 C2 C2 C8 C8 C2 C2 C8 C14 C8 C14 C8 C14 C2 C2 C2 C2 C2 C21 C10 C6 C3 C18 C11 C11 C11 C11 C11 5510mm 2440mm

Back Wall OSB

Lay the OSB boards onto the frame and screw in place one by one using 50mm screws roughly every 300-400mm

Left Wall OSB