CB202 _ Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction

CB202 _ Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction

CB202 _ Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
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Units: Inches - fractions
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1/ Chicken Coop:
- Chicken House: 8' x 5' 3/4" = 40.5 ft²
It can comfortably hold 15 - 20 chickens
- Chicken Run: 8' x 8' 1 1/2" = 65 ft²
- Nest boxes for 6 hens
2/ Garden Shed: 8' x 5' 3/4" = 40.5 ft²
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Overall size: 8' 6" x 19' 1/2" x 11' 4 3/8" (Maximum height)
Construction area: 161.8542 ft²
Total volume of lumber: 174910 inches3 (= 101 feet3)
Total area of plywood: 665 feet2 (= 21 plywoods with 4'x8')
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Dimensional lumber sizes: 2x4: 2"x4"(Nominal)=1 1/2"x3 1/2"(Actual); 
2x2: 2"x2"(Nominal)=1 1/2"x1 1/2"(Actual); 1x1: 1"x1"(Nominal)=3/4"x3/4"(Actual); 
1x4: 1"x4"(Nominal)=3/4"x3 1/2"(Actual); 1x2: 1"x2"(Nominal)=3/4"x1 1/2"(Actual);
1x6: 1"x6"(Nominal)=3/4"x5 1/2"(Actual); Plywood 3/4" thickness (Actual);
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The functional component - the build step guide - Table of Contents:
1.0 - Concept Design
2.0 - Building foundations
3.0 - Building Frame
4.0 - Building Interior Walls (Plywood 3/4" thickness)
5.0 - Building Nest Boxes: Plywood 3/4" thickness
6.0 - Building Perches
7.0 - Building Frame for Door, Windows, Vents
8.0 - Building Roof Beam
9.0 - Building Foam Insulated for Roof
10.0 - Building Foam Insulated for Wall: 1 1/2" thickness
11.0 - Building Exterior Wall
12.0 - Building Frame for Run
13.0 - Building Roof beam for Run
14.0 - Building Roof
15.0 - Building Door, Windows
16.0 - Materials List For Woodworking
17.0 - Thank you!
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CB202 _ Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction
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Detailed Plans for Construction
(PDF, Excel file: Units: Inches - fractions
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CB202 _ Combo Chicken Coop + Garden Shed Plans Construction

4 comments:

  1. I was curious about the dimensions. I did the manual adding of numbers for lengths of wood. For anything less than 8ft I would find pieces that needed to be cut with the same type of wood (2x4 for example). That way I could put shorter cuts together and save on buying lumber. I see that your calculations are using simple division and dont account for the cuts and instead just sum everything and divide. Wanted to point this out.

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  3. What is the lumber count? That seems to be the only thing missing.

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