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12×14 Timber Frame Plan

12x14 Post and Beam Shed

This 14′ wide by 12′ deep timber frame, resembles our popular 16′ line of frames using a common rafter system with an 8″ roof pitch. Use it as a front porch, screened porch or a workshop either way it will give you a fabulous place to hang out with your and family and guest.

The plans contain 21 pages, in a multi-sheet pdf ready for instant download. It includes piece drawings for all the parts in the frame. There are plenty of dimensions and details to help you sort out the joinery and get cutting on it fast.  We have also included some blown up isometric drawings to help you visualize the joinery better.

This 12×14 plan is simple to build and would make a great DIY project.

Check out this plan in our shop here: 12×14 King Post Plan

 



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24 thoughts on “12×14 Timber Frame Plan”

  1. We are interested in purchasing the plan for the 12×14 timber frame plan. Do you have any pictures of this completed with a roof to give me an idea what it will look like when it is completely done. Thanks

  2. Intrested in ordering this plan what is the beam size the up rights. And what size beam to carry the 14 ft span than bill

  3. Sorry for the delay, been down with a head cold…the posts are 8×8 and the beams are 8×12, depending on where you live and what species you are using you could reduce them down to 8×10’s.

  4. I can only get 6×6’s where I am. Is it possible to do substitutions?
    Looking at buying SKU5792

  5. It is possible to convert this plan to use 6x material however, other than the posts we would have to use 6×12’s or larger for the tie beam depending on your location. Contact us to discuss a custom plan option.

  6. Would it be possible to convert this plan to 12′ x 12′ ?
    If so , how would you recommend reducing the length by 2′ ?
    Could i reduce the number of rafters ? and/or maybe use 8×10 beams ?
    Hope to use Eastern White Pine…
    Thanks in advance for your reply.

  7. It is possible to make the conversion. You will need to take 2 feet out of the center of the plate and adjust the rafter spacing and length. I can help you sort out the dimensions, just give us a call. You can use 8×10’s and reduce the amount of rafters by on set.

  8. Could you tailor your 12×14 Timber Frame plan to have a 5 or 6″ pitch? Would it be an additional cost?

  9. Can you give me an idea of the timber schedule for this? Depending on what I buy, I’d like to have a ballpark on materials costs. Thanks!

  10. Hi Brice,
    I would like to buy this plan to build it with 6″ x 6″ Doug fir beams and reduce the building size to 12′ x 12′.
    Is it possible to get a plan for a wooden floor as well.
    Thank you.
    Trevor Lusty

  11. Looking to buy this plan but would like to make it a 10′ x 14′. Also I only see 6 X 6’s (rough cut cedar) in my area, Tampa, Fl area. unless I’m not looking hard enough. Would the 6 x 6’s suffice?

  12. RE: 12 x 14 Timber Frame Plan…..Is this plan 12′ wide or 14′ wide. looking for 14′ wide. Thanks

  13. Hello William:
    The plan has roof pitch options, but no details on roofing materials- that’s your choice!

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