10×12 Timber Frame Shed Roof

10x12 Shed Roof Plan (00704) Isometric-1

If you are just beginning in timber framing, or are looking for a small, inexpensive and easy-to-handle project,  this 10x12 shed roof design could be the perfect plan for you! The largest timbers are 6x material, which makes them not only lighter to move around  but more economical to purchase. The efficient shed roof means there are fewer timbers and joints to cut, and at only 704 board feet there are only a few timbers to buy!

The plan measures 10x12 from outside to outside of the posts for 120 square feet. There are two foot overhangs on the outside of the posts. The roof pitch is 4:12.  The top of the lower eave plate stands at  +9’-9” high, and the top of the upper eave plate is  +12’-11” high.  The top of the tie beam is+8’-7” high. Timbers consist of 4x6 braces and rafters, 6x6 posts, 6x8 tie beams, and  6x10 plates.

As soon as you  purchase this plan,  we will email you links to download the PDF plan sets.  They are formatted to print on 11x17 paper, but you can print a study set on letter size. There are 10 pages of information in the construction set. These include 3D drawings, both assembled and exploded, and these drawings are labeled to correspond to the tags on the piece drawings. There are  post and roof plans, two sections,and a full page of detail drawings. The piece drawing plan contains 10 pages showing  you every cut you’ll make on each timber, with full dimensions. And we also include timber and connector lists to make  your budgeting and shopping easier.

10x12 Shed Roof Plan (00704) - Plan Overview
10x12 Shed Roof Plan (00704) - Piece Overview

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  1. Wind / hurricane / tornado
  2. Seismic / earthquake
  3. Heavy snow
  4. Flood potential
  5. Soil instability
  6. Timber Frame Engineering

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11 thoughts on “10×12 Timber Frame Shed Roof”

  1. D. Kurt Terrell

    I am looking for a monoroof architecture plans stamped by structural engineer for northern NY building permit made with red pine and spruce from local Amish mill with footprint of 16×36 on 8 12″ sonal tubes that are 5′ deep with concrete and carries 8 6×6 posts – 4 are 10′ on lower side and 4 are 18′ on top side that has 6×6 beams that are 40′ long and 2×12 rafters plus 6×6 corner bracing. It needs to carry weight of 2×4 strapping, metal roof at 30 degrees, 2k lbs of solar panels, snow load for area that gets 100″ per winter, and wind gusts. I will park 25′ camper trailer and suv
    underneath and store firewood and canoes.

  2. Just completed the assembly for this plan as my first timber frame project. The plans were easy to use and very detailed. I made a lot of mistakes but that was just me being impatient. I used rough lumber that wasn’t quite square or a consistent size but the printed plans made it easy to make adjustments. A bit bigger than I pictured in my head but an awesome shed.

  3. Katrina Williams

    Thank you for your comments, and congratulations on completing your project! If you’d like to share your raising with more folks, we welcome you to submit it to our website. Approved projects will be published on the page, highlighted on our social media channels, and also featured in our monthly newsletter. It’s free to submit your project to the Raisings page- just go HERE for the online form.

  4. This looks like a good project to start with. Do you have ideas for enclosing this to keep out the weather?

  5. Katrina Williams

    There are many options for roofing your timber frame. If you want to use tongue and groove so it looks amazing from the inside, here is what we recommend:

    You can use 3/4″ T&G then put 2×4’s length-wise as a spacer, then put metal roofing straight on the 2x4s and screw them off. If using shingles you will need to add a layer of sheathing to give you the nail base on the 2×4’s. This will also give you space to run any electrical wires.

    Alternatively, you can use 2x T&G and put the roofing straight onto that.

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