10x12ft Shed Plans (3m x 3.6m)

£2.99

3m x 3.6m Shed Plans

Detailed 3D plans, step by step instructions, complete materials list and a cut list for each section of the build. Measurements are all in metric format (m, cm and mm).  Download is a printable PDF format.

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Download these detailed construction plans for this 3m x 3.6m shed. (10x12ft)
The document includes a 20 page detailed step by step build guide, a complete materials list, cut lists for each piece and detailed 3D drawings for each section of the build.
Shed plans break down

shed plans dimensions example

shed build guide example

Once your payment is complete the PDF document will be available for download in the ‘Downloads’ section of your account.

Check out as a ‘Guest’ and your download link will be available on the completion page.

This document completely simplifies the build process for you.  Simply take the materials list to your local timber merchant or hardware supplier and follow the cut lists to quickly build this amazing shed.  Print the document for quick reference on the job.  It’s so easy!  You’ll have your shed built in no time at all.

I’ve put a lot of time into creating this detailed guide. As an introductory offer this will be only £2.99.  Get it quickly before the price goes up. (I’d love to provide these plans for free but as I’ve put so much time into them I need something in return. I felt that £2.99 was a very reasonable price.  What do you think? Let me know in the comments.

View my free online shed build guide with materials for more info.

8 comments

    • Thanks for the suggestion. I will be providing more plans in the future but they do take me quite a while to produce. A lot of time goes into each plan. Please check back in the future for more. Thanks, Ben

    • That is a difficult question as pricing changes almost daily. You would need to get some prices from your local hardware store for an accurate cost. Thanks, Ben

  1. Hi Ben just bought the 10x 12 ft plans .

    You mention a plastic barrier for the base .

    Does the plastic barrier go ontop of the paving slabs and then the base sits on the plastic ?

    Thanks James

    • Hi James. Sorry this wasn’t clear. The plastic barrier goes over the wooden base and then ticks underneath. It isn’t essential but does add another layer of protection from rot etc.
      Regards
      Ben

  2. Hi Ben, thanks for putting these together. Yours is the best looking plan I can find. Unfortunately my space only allows for an 8ft width. Is the plan easily adaptable to trim 2ft from the width?

    Cheers

    • Thanks Chris. Yes the plans can be adapted but you will need to be careful with the roof rafters as the dimension are specifically for the 10ft width. Hope this helps. Ben

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