Dog Houses

DH300 - Insulated Dog House Plans Construction - How To Build An Insulated Dog House
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ Construction area: 8' 4" x 5' 10" = 48.6111 ft²; Include:
- Room 1: 2' 7 1/2" x 5' 1 1/2" = 13.4531 ft²
- Room 2: 2' 7 1/2" x 5' = 13.125 ft²
- Front Porch: 2' 6" x 5' = 12.5 ft²
Maximum height: 7' 1 1/8"; (Insulated for Wall, Roof)
2/ Materials List:
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 42 5/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 21 10/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 30 lumbers
The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 7 1/16 osb
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 2 9/16 fps
Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 67 14/16 ft2
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DH301 - Insulated Dog House Plans Construction - How To Build An Insulated Dog House
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ Construction area: 48.4444 ft²; Include:
- Room 1: 5' 3/4" x 3' 9 1/2" = 19.1953 ft²
- Room 2: 3' 4 3/4" x 3' 9 1/2" = 12.8759 ft²
- Front Porch: 1' 8" x 5' 1 1/2" = 8.5417 ft²
Maximum height: 7' 3 1/8"; (Insulated for Wall, Roof)
2/ Materials List:
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 44 10/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 19 5/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 39 2/16 lumbers
The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 7 15/16 osb
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 2 10/16 fps
Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 83 7/16 ft2
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DH302 - Insulated Dog House Plans - Dog House Design - How To Build An Insulated Dog House
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ Construction area: 46.2222 ft²; Include:
- Room: 8' 5 1/2" x 3' 9 1/2" = 32.0712 ft²
- Porch: 3' 9 1/2" x 1' 8" = 6.3194 ft²
Maximum height: 5' 6 5/16"; Insulated for Wall, Roof
2/ Materials List:
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 40 4/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 16 3/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 25 11/16 lumbers
The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 6 5/16 osb
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 2 5/16 fps
Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 60 12/16 ft2
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DH303 - Insulated Dog House Plans - Dog House Design - How To Build An Insulated Dog House
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
1/ Construction area: 26.4219 ft²; Include:
- Room 1: 3' 10 1/2" x 2' 7 1/2" = 10.1719 ft²
- Room 2: 2' 7 1/2" x 5' = 13.125 ft²
- Front Porch: 2' 6" x 1' 3" = 3.125 ft²
Maximum height: 5' 3 13/16"; (Insulated for Wall, Roof)
2/ Materials List:
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 34 14/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x4 lumber 8ft length: 10 10/16 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 24 5/16 lumbers
The Quantity of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) 4ftx8ft: 4 12/16 osb
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 2 fps
Total Area of Roofing Shingles: 50 5/16 ft2
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Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
Units: Inches - fractions
Overall size: 4' x 6' = 24 ft²
Maximum height: 3' 9 7/16"
The Quantity of 2x4 lumber 8ft length: 15 lumbers
The Quantity of 1x2 lumber 8ft length: 7 lumbers
The Quantity of Plywood 4ftx8ft: 18 plywood
The Quantity of Fir Plywood Siding (FPS) 4ftx8ft: 7 fps
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Combo Plans
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CB100 - Combo Plans - Chicken Coop Plans Construction + Insulated Dog House Plans Construction
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It can comfortably hold 20 chickens
It can comfortably hold a dog

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Units: Inches - fractions
Dimensions Gross: 11' 11 1/2" x 14' 7" x 10' 3 7/8" (height)
Construction area: 173.894 Feet ²
Ground area: 12' x 8' (= 96 Feet ²)
Dog House: 4' x 8' (= 32 Feet ²)
Chicken Coop: 6' x 8' (= 48 Feet ²)
Total volume of wood: 300378 inches3 (173 5/6 feet3)
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CB103 - Combo Chicken Coop Dog House Plans - 0521
Principles of design
Durability & Comfortable
"Durability"_"Insulation"_"Ventilation"_"Easy to Clean"
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Units: Inches - fractions - (Original)
1/ CHICKEN COOP (2nd floor): 123.36 ft² include:
9' 7 1/2" x 5' 3 1/2" = 50.93 ft² for Chicken House (2nd floor)
9' 7 1/2" x 6' 8" = 64.17 ft² for Chicken Run
4' 11 1/2" x 1' 8" = 8.26 ft² for Nesting Boxes for 3 Hens
2/ DOG HOUSE (1st floor): 59.2 ft² include:
4' 8" x 5' 3 1/2" = 24.69 ft² for Room 1
6' 11 1/2" x 4' 11 1/2" = 34.5 ft² for Room 2
3/ Maximum height: 11' 4"
Construction area: 14' x 10' = 140 ft² (The area for building foundations)
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Units: Millimeters - decimal - (Converted)
1/ CHICKEN COOP (2nd floor): 11.46m² include:
2.93m x 1.61m = 4.73m² for Chicken House (2nd floor)
2.93m x 2.03m = 5.96m² for Chicken Run
1.51m x 0.51m = 0.77m² for Nesting Boxes for 3 Hens
2/ DOG HOUSE (1st floor): 5.49m² include:
1.42m x 1.61m = 2.29m² for Room 1
2.12m x 1.51m = 3.20m² for Room 2
3/ Maximum height: 3.45m
Construction area: 4.27m x 3.05m = 13.00m² (The area for building foundations)
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Beautiful Chicken Coop Idea
Chicken Coop Plans Construction - Design Synthesis

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  6. DH100 dog house plans.
    Wow, nice house, want to build it. Couple of things...
    When you give dimensions, either use Imperial or metric, not some combination of the two. ie .30 inches is what?
    Material list is NOT correct. Quantities are very much more than necessary, ie 18 sheets (4x8') plywood? I have built a 10x20 shed recently with a gabled roof and used 17 for that.
    Lastly, who uses 2x3 or 1.5 x 1.5 inch framing? Maybe adjust so dimensions would be like a 2x4 ripped, which would be 1.5 x 1.75

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