8×16 5 Cord Firewood Shed Plans. DIY Plans. Instant Download

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These are DIY Plans in PDF format.

  • These are plans (DIY build guide, instructions, schemes, woodworking plans) to help you create a beautiful and comfortable life with your own hands.
  • To clarify, these are pdf documents.
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  • You will receive full premium plans with step by step 3D diagrams and instructions, material list, and  recommended tools list will help you save time, money and get the job done in a weekend.
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If you want to build a beautiful firewood shed that can hold up to 5 cords of wood, these premium plans with step by step 3D diagrams and instructions will help you save time, money and get the job done in a weekend. This shed is built on a sturdy 2×6 floor framing with 2×4 posts and 1×6 wall slats. This simple firewood shelter also features a metal sheet roofing.

The plans are designed with efficiency in mind, so you won’t waste materials. The wood storage shed features a large opening to the front, while the other 3 sides are enclosed, so the firewood will be dried out quickly.

In addition, just a few common tools are necessary, so you don’t need a fully equipped and fancy workshop to start making projects!

Overall Shed Dimensions: 16 ft length x 8 ft width x 8 ft height

The PDF file comes with:

  • Cut Diagrams, Parts Lists
  • 3D diagrams with detailed step by step instructions
  • Full Cut & Shopping lists
  • Cut Layout Diagrams
  • Tools List, Time & Cost Estimate
  • Measurements are in imperial

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Kelly McClellan

Went together well. Nice plans and cut list. Just completed this last week and not including my site prep materials I have about 1400.00 into the project (16x8 wood shed)

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Jeremiah Johnson

Very good and easy to use instructions. I completed the build by myself in about 3 days but will go quicker with more than one person on the job. I added a few more posts on the back and side walls for additional strength.