One often overlooked aspect of building a house is the simplicity of overall design. Simple shed house plans helps to reduce overall construction cost as the house style is expressed in simplified roof design. Normally this type of home will have few separate roofs that are sloping towards different direction. Comparing to the gable roof design, shed house roof would require less construction materials, making it cheaper to build. Our shed house plans have an open floor plan layout that gives a spacious house feeling. The contemporary house design expresses design simplicity without added decorative detailing that is often seen in classical homes.


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The Benefits of Adding a Shed to Your Home

One often overlooked aspect of building a house is building a shed. Many people forget that sheds can really add value to your home. It is important to choose shed house plans that coordinate with your home style. If you have a shed that matches your home, it looks like a house extension and not an afterthought. This is definitely a good choice for curb appeal for years to come.

What are other reasons the shed house floor plans are a good option for homeowners? Let’s look at the benefits of having a shed, and why many homeowners should consider building one.

  • Reduced clutter and a great place for storage. We all have lots of stuff that might not have a great place for you to keep it. If you don’t have a garage, adding on a shed ensures you have outside storage right where you need it. From lawnmowers to weed whackers to outside toys for the kids, a shed is an excellent spot to store these items. Instead of having kids’ toys strewn all over the yard, store all the toys in the shed. You’ll also find that sheds are a great spot to store patio furniture and decor during the winter months. No matter what kind of stuff you have outside, a shed is the best place to put it, while keeping your yard and outside areas looking beautiful and well-kept.

  • Added value – more bang for your buck. Not only does a shed keep your stuff safely stored, it also adds a good bang for your buck. They are not super expensive and they add exceptional value to your property. Potential home buyers will see this extra storage space and find it appealing. This would be a benefit to many home buyers. 

  • Aesthetically pleasing. Not only will you get the benefit of having a place to put a lot of your stuff, but you’ll also find that sheds are pleasing to the eye. This is especially true when they match the home on the property, as the two will complement each other. Sheds have a cute look, and they ensure that there is no stray junk without a place to go. All in all, sheds are an affordable, easy to add on option that many homeowners love.

Choosing Shed House Plans

When it comes to choosing the plans for your shed, you’ll want to look at a few key factors. First, does the shed coordinate with your home’s style? You want them both to have a similar design style so that they look like they fit together. Next, choose shed roof house plans that have a similar roof to your home. Lastly, look at how big the area for your shed is and make sure that you select shed house floor plans that will fit on your property.

House construction drawings

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Cover Sheet and Construction Notes

Foundation Plan

Slab | Crawl | On request - Basement, Pier & Beam, etc.

General foundation design showing foundation layout with structural elements. There are three types of foundation to choose from: slab, crawl, and basement.

As in all building locations ground condition varies, your local structural engineer would need to approve foundation design and specify foundation structural elements.

Plumbing Plan

Shows the layout of plumbing fixtures with specifications.

Floor Plan

Indicates house layout with dimensioned walls, doors and windows.

Roof Construction Plan

Shows the layout and dimensions of the required roof structure such as rafters and beams. As show load requirement is different in each location your local structural engineer would need to approve and specify roof structural elements.

Roof Plan

Dimensioned roof layout indicating slopes, roof areas, chimneys, and decorative elements.


Cut through the building showing detailed floor, wall, and roof construction elements. Indicating room ceiling heights and structural element heights.


Shows all sides of the house indicating building elements with its heights, specified materials, and all decorative elements.

Construction Details

Detailed house cut-away with outline specifications.

Electrical Plan

Floor plan layout indicating locations of electrical elements such as lightning, switches, outlets, etc.


Indicates location and specifications for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.

Furniture Plan

Representative floor plan layout indicating room sizes and suggested furniture layout. Useful during the interior design stage.

Door and Window Schedule

List or all windows and doors with indicated specifications for manufacturer.

General Specifications

Plumbing, electrical and mechanical specifications