While many purchase and build with garage plans as a solution to their storage needs, others might not need something quite so big. That’s why The Garage Plan Shop is pleased to announce we are now offering shed plans. Whether you’re looking for a place to store tools, toys, lawn and garaged equipment or something else, backyard shed plans may be the answer to your storage needs. This new collection of structures features an array of sizes, styles and functions. Our shed collection includes garden sheds, tool sheds and storage sheds to name a few. We even have designs that can accommodate hobbies like a potting shed for those with a green thumb. Different combinations of rooflines, doors and special features provide a variety of designs to choose from. Some shed plans even offer a covered porch, storage loft or workbench for convenience. If you’re looking for a smaller storage solution for your backyard that is easy to access and versatile, consider a shed plan. Ideal for storing bikes, the lawn mower, leaf rakes, tools, or even a motorcycle cycle in some cases, we have a shed plan that is sure to accommodate your needs. Browse our collection of backyard shed plans now.
I recently heard a friend talking about the need for a garden shed. He is looking for a large shed that will easily accommodate the riding mower, lawn equipment such as rakes and the leaf blower, and a planting table for his wife. After much research and several stops at many home improvement centers, he has come to the conclusion that there isn’t a shed out there that is large enough to satisfy his needs and offer room for storage.
A single-car garage may be the perfect solution. In most cases, a detached garage fits nicely in the corner of the backyard. These designs are available in various widths, depths and styles making it easy to find just the right one to match any home and fit almost any lot. Added bonuses come with a one-car garage that a garden shed cannot offer. The overhead door is perfect for accessing the riding mower and other large items. A service entry is just right for grabbing a small tool quickly. Plus, a one-car garage offers more wall space for storage cabinets, hooks and shelving and usually a taller ceiling height that a garden shed might not deliver. Furthermore, there will be plenty of room for a planting table.
It is easy to understand that a one-car garage may make the ideal garden shed.