OH100 - Out House Plans Construction - Out House Design - How To Build A Out House

OH100 - Out House Plans Construction - Out House Design - How To Build A Out House
Area for construction: 41.231 Feet ²
Oversize: 7' 9 1/2" x 5' 3 1/2" x 10' 2" (height)


OH100 - Out House Plans Construction
Out House Design - How To Build A Out House

Area for construction: 41.231 Feet ²
Oversize: 7' 9 1/2" x 5' 3 1/2" x 10' 2" (height)

Dimensional lumber sizes:
a: 4"x4" (Nominal) = 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
b: 2"x4" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
c: 2"x2" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" (Actual)
d: 1"x2" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 1 1/2" (Actual)
e: 1"x3" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 2 1/2" (Actual)
f: 1"x4" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
g: 1"x6" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 5 1/2" (Actual)
k: 1"x1" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 3/4" (Actual)

Units: Inches - fractions

The functional component - the build step guide - Table of Contents:
0.0 - 0.5 - Concept design
1.0 - Building the Axis and Column
2.0 - Building the Main Frame Structure
3.0 - Building Roof beam
4.0 - Building Roof Beam
5.0 - Building Wall system inside
6.0 - Building Wall system outsite
7.0 - Building the Frame of the Door and Windows
8.0 - Building the splint for the wall inside
9.0 - Building the Doors, Windows, Vents
10.0 - Building completed roof
10.4 - Building completed roof - Building the Insulated Panel
11.1 - Building and installation of equipment and furniture
12.0 - Perspective - The building was completed!










OH100 - Out House Plans Construction
Out House Design - How To Build A Out House
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Out House Design - How To Build A Out House

FS100 - Farm Stand Plans Construction - Farm Stand Design - How To Build A Farm Stand

FS100 - Farm Stand Plans Construction - Farm Stand Design - How To Build A Farm Stand
Area for construction: 265.106 Feet ²
Oversize: 12' 11 1/2" x 20' 5 1/2" x 13' 5 7/8" (height)


FS100 - Farm Stand Plans Construction
Farm Stand Design - How To Build A Farm Stand

Area for construction: 265.106 Feet ²
Oversize: 12' 11 1/2" x 20' 5 1/2" x 13' 5 7/8" (height)

Dimensional lumber sizes:
a: 6"x6" (Nominal) = 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" (Actual)
b: 2"x10" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 9 1/4" (Actual)
c: 4"x4" (Nominal) = 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
d: 1"x10" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 9 1/4" (Actual)
e: 2"x4" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
f: 1"x3" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 2 1/2" (Actual)
g: 2"x2" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" (Actual)
h: 1" thickness (Nominal) = 3/4" thickness (Actual)
Units: Inches - fractions

The functional component - the build step guide - Table of Contents:
0.0 - 0.3 - Concept design
1.0 - Building the Axis and Column
2.0 - Building the Main Frame Structure
3.0 - Building Roof beam
3.2.1 - Building the gable wall
4.0 - Building Sign
5.0 - Building Table for products
6.0 - Perspective - The building was completed!









FS100 - Farm Stand Plans Construction
Farm Stand Design - How To Build A Farm Stand
...
(Newly Upgraded Version)
...
I'm upgrading the entire plan, and I always do so, I am reducing the volume of wood in construction and still achieve what we want, to save money, build faster, easier,
I am presenting a plan for a better way with less drawing, to save money on printing and viewing time, download time,
I am following the suggestions and feedback from all of you,
...
Thank you very much!
Let keep track my work to get many Free and Helpful Plans
FS100 - Farm Stand Plans Construction
Farm Stand Design - How To Build A Farm Stand

M202 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop

M202 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop
This is special designs.
It is 2 separate chicken coops when you close the "contact door"
It is a big chicken coop when you open the "contact door"
It can comfortably hold 40 - 50 chickens
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Units: Inches - fractions
Overall size: 8' x 4' 11" for Cage
12' 7 1/2" x  1' 8" for Nesting Boxes for 8 Hens
27' 9" x  20' 3/8" x 9' 4 3/8" (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 556.991 Feet ²
Total volume of wood: 415157 1/4 inches3
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Units: millimeters - decimal
Overall size: 1499mm x 4318mm for Cage
3848mm x  508mm for Nesting Boxes for 8 Hens
8458mm x  6104mm x 2854mm (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 51.85 Meters ²
Total volume of wood: 6.592 m3


M202 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction
Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop

It can comfortably hold 40 - 50 chickens

Overall size: 8' x 4' 11" for Cage
12' 7 1/2" x  1' 8" for Nesting Boxes for 8 Hens
27' 9" x  20' 3/8" x 9' 4 3/8" (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 556.991 Feet ²
Total volume of wood: 415157 1/4 inches3
...
Overall size: 1499mm x 4318mm for Cage
3848mm x  508mm for Nesting Boxes for 8 Hens
8458mm x  6104mm x 2854mm (height) for area of ​​the building
Construction area: 51.85 Meters ²
Total volume of wood: 6.592 m3
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Dimensional lumber sizes:
a: 4"x4" (Nominal) = 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
b: 2"x4" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
c: 2"x2" (Nominal) = 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" (Actual)
d: 1"x2" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 1 1/2" (Actual)
e: 1"x3" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 2 1/2" (Actual)
f: 1"x4" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 3 1/2" (Actual)
g: 1"x6" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 5 1/2" (Actual)
k: 1"x1" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 3/4" (Actual)
h: 1"x10" (Nominal) = 3/4" x 9 1/4" (Actual)
m: 1" thickness (Nominal) = 3/4" thickness (Actual)
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Dimensional lumber sizes:
a: 100x100 mm (Nominal) = 89x89 mm (Actual)
b: 50x100 mm (Nominal) = 38x89 mm (Actual)
c: 50x50 mm (Nominal) = 38x38 mm (Actual)
d: 25x50 mm (Nominal) = 19x38 mm (Actual)
e: 25x75 mm (Nominal) = 19x64 mm (Actual)
f: 25x100 mm (Nominal) = 19x89 mm (Actual)
g: 25x150 mm (Nominal) = 19x140 mm (Actual)
k: 25x25 mm (Nominal) = 19x19 mm (Actual)
h: 25x250 mm (Nominal) = 19x235 mm (Actual)
m: 25 mm thickness (Nominal) = 19 mm thickness (Actual)

Units: Inches - fractions
Units: Millimeters - decimal

The functional component - the build step guide - Table of Contents:
0.0 - 0.8 - Concept design
1.0 - Building the Axis and Column
2.0 - Building the Main Frame Structure
3.0 - Building the Floor System
3.4 - Building the Frame of Contact Door for Cage
4.0 - Building Beams surrounding the cage
5.0 - Building the Nesting boxes
6.0 - Building Perches for chickens
7.0 - Building Roof beam
8.0 - Building Wall system outsite
9.0 - Building Litter Tray
10.0 - Building the Doors and Windows
- Main door for cleaning cage
- Glass Window and Wire mesh
- Clean Out-Lid
- Door to eggs
- Automatic and Standard chicken door
- Vents
- Contact Door for Cage
11.0 - Building RAMP
12.0 - Building Chicken Run - Main frame
13.0 - Building Roof Beam
13.8 - Building the Insulated Panel for Roof
14.0 - Building Chicken Run
- Main door and Wire mesh
15.0 - Perspective - The building was completed!

This is special designs.
It is 2 separate chicken coops when you close the "contact door"
It is a big chicken coop when you open the "contact door"
















































M202 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction
Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop
​...
(Newly Upgraded Version)
...
I'm upgrading the entire plan, and I always do so, I am reducing the volume of wood in construction and still achieve what we want, to save money, build faster, easier,
I am presenting a plan for a better way with less drawing, to save money on printing and viewing time, download time,
I am following the suggestions and feedback from all of you,
...
Thank you very much!
Let keep track my work to get many Free and Helpful Plans
M202 - Chicken Coop Plans Construction
Chicken Coop Design - How To Build A Chicken Coop