Talk about possibilities - this 14x36 with shed roof plan is loaded with them! The main 14x36 frame is a full two-story design. The shed roof lean-to adds another 8x36 feet that you can enclose to add square footage to the ground floor, or leave open for a spacious sitting porch. The common truss and collar tie design is straightforward and extremely functional.
- 14x36 from outside to outside of the posts plus 8 ‘ to outside of the shed posts.
- 504 square feet on each floor of the main frame. 288 square feet additional with the shed frame for a total of 1,296 square feet!
- Main frame: top of joists 9’-4”, 6’-2” to top of second level top plate. Top of rafters 21’-3”. 9:12 roof pitch.
- Shed frame: top of wall plates 11’-2”; top of top plate 8’-0”. 4:12 roof pitch.
- Generous 2’ overhangs all sides.
- Designed to be secured to concrete slab foundation.
When you buy these plans, you will receive links to download the PDFs of the plan sets. There is the construction set, with 14 pages of detailed information. It is formatted to print on 11x17 paper, but you can print a study set on letter size if you like. We have included 3D drawings so you can picture the finished product. There are floor, roof and loft plans, and elevation and section drawings. We also include enlarged detail drawings fully explaining how it all goes together. The 36 page piece drawing set shows you every cut you’ll make on each timber, with all the dimensions you need. Then we supply timber and connector lists, so have the information you need to budget for and purchase your materials.
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