Are you just getting started in timber framing? Are you looking for a small, inexpensive and easy-to-handle project? This 10x12 shed roof plan might be the ideal design for you! Because the timbers are no bigger than 6x material, they are lighter to move around and less expensive to purchase. The single-plane shed roof means fewer joints to cut, and at only 704 board feet there are not too many timbers to buy!
- Plan measures 10x12 from outside to outside of the posts
- Roof pitch is 4:12
- Top of lower eave plate +9’-9” high, top of upper eave plate +12’-11” high
- Top of tie beam +8’-7” high
- 4x6 braces and rafters, 6x6 posts, 6x8 tie beams, 6x10 plates
- Generous 2 foot roof overhangs
When you make your purchase we will email you links to download the PDF plan set. They are formatted to print on 11x17 paper, but you can print a study set on letter size. The construction set contains 10 pages of easy-to-understand drawings. There are 3D drawings, both assembled and exploded, and they are labeled to correspond to the tags on the piece drawings. There is a post and roof plan, and two sections. And we include a full page of detail drawings. The 10-page piece drawing plan set shows you every cut you’ll make on each timber, fully dimensioned. And we also include timber and connector lists to facilitate your budgeting and shopping.
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- Wind / hurricane / tornado
- Seismic / earthquake
- Heavy snow
- Flood potential
- Soil instability
- Timber Frame Engineering
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