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If each of these truss parts are used correctly the larger trusses needed for a 12x20 shed plan should have plenty of strength to handle regular roof loads. If your area has extreme weather conditions like heavy snow loads or high winds you should consult a structural engineer and your local building department to find out if there are other design elements that need to be added to your large shed design.One of the most popular additions to large shed plans it to add a shed garage door. A large door opening on your storage shed will all you to store larger equipment like snow mobiles and go carts without scratching the sides of the shed doorway when entering and exiting the shed. A second benefit to opening up one of the shed walls it the ability to use the area in front of the shed as a work area and have the shed as a huge tool box. For instance if you need to use your table saw you will be able to easily move it out of the shed and cut large pieces of wood without hitting the shed walls. Shed garage doors typically require that there be about 12 inches on each side of the door and a header installed above the door. Keep reading to find out more about shed garage door types, how to size the header beam and some simple installation tips.
Because the lean to roof slopes in only one direction, water flow is an important consideration when choosing a spot for the shed. When it rains, where do you want to water to flow? A constant flood or muddy patch in an oft-traveled space is not ideal.
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