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There’s nothing like the satisfaction you get from hand-crafting your own buildings. With a set of clear, detailed DIY building plans, construction becomes a straightforward, stress-free job. Do it yourself and save money.
Small Buildings for All Your Needs
If you could use a little extra storage space, building your own backyard shed is a practical way to get it. You’ll have space to store tools, firewood, sports equipment, and anything else you don’t want cluttering up your garage. A shed can also house a kayak, kids bikes, a motorcycle or other small vehicle.
Cabin and cottage building plans can help you add versatile, artfully designed buildings to get more enjoyment out of your property. Use one of our small cabin plans to build a small cabin to use as a workshop, studio, backyard bar or hot tub enclosure.
Turn a cottage into a getaway retreat where you can escape into your own world. When guests arrive, a furnished cottage lets you provide them with a relaxing, private space.
Thinking about moving into a tiny house? Professionally designed tiny house floor plans will let you create your dream home with your own two hands. Build a storage shed by downloading our free backyard storage shed plans now.
Many plans let you customize your building with a loft, porch, extra storage space or other features. Storage lofts, compost toilets and work benches can be included.
Solid Construction, Classic Aesthetics
Building plans are available for rugged post-and-beam buildings as well as time-honored mortise-and-tenon buildings made with traditional joinery techniques. Both are classics in New England and easily stand up to harsh weather. By using rough-sawn, full-dimensional lumber grown in Vermont, you’ll get the idyllic, rustic look that’s characteristic of the region.
Following step-by-step plans means less risk of error, ensuring a more weather-resistant and durable building, as well as less wasted material.
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