Wood Shed Plans
A wood shed doesn’t have to be an elaborate structure. How elaborate you get really depends on how much wood you need to store and what kind of budget you have. You may want to get some wood shed plans if you intend to build a larger structure that holds a lot of wood.
Small Wood Sheds
I’ve seen wood sheds built very inexpensively ( I suppose you could do it for free if you can find the materials) with simple materials like used pallets and scraps of lumber. Keep in mind, that the floor of your woodshed will come in contact with the ground so using pallets is an ok temporary solution but the pallets will usually rot within a few years.
A simple lean-to structure is another good option. I recommend buying several pieces of pressure treated lumber, 2×4′s are fine, to lay on the ground. You will stack your wood directly on the treated lumber to protect the wood from rotting on the ground. Next, build a simple roof from whatever materials you might have available, such as a tarp, scrap plywood, or greenhouse panels. The point with building a very simple wood shed is just to keep the wood dry and free from rot at a minimal cost.
The problem with both a pallet wood shed and a lean to woodshed, is that neither is very attractive and both lack a suitable structure to protect a large amount of wood. If you want your woodshed to be aesthetically pleasing and to last for many years, I would advise that you buy a good set of wood shed plans and build a real structure. My Shed Plans has the most comprehensive collection of wood shed plans that I know of, and provides many bonuses and a large variety of woodworking plans all in one package.
Larger Wood Sheds
The most convenient wood shed type is an enclosed addition attached to your home or freestanding if you have an outside wood burning furnace. Provide sufficient ventilation and be aware that having a wood pile close to your home may be an invitation for bugs and other critters to take up residence.
A pole type shed is probably the ultimate in wood shed designs. Pole wood sheds are sturdy, relatively inexpensive to build, and can be quickly and easily built as large as you need if you have big storage needs. They can also do double duty for storing lawn equipment and more.
Keep in mind that you may need a building permit depending on the size of the wood shed you wish to build, and that storing dry wood can present a fire hazard, please store other combustible materials and ignition sources separately.
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