I've built dozens of wood sheds and now know exactly what to focus on and what's a waste of time.
Before You Start Building That Shed
I consider myself a wood shed plans expert, having built dozens of wood sheds. And the two most important things I consider when buying DIY shed plans are space planning and shed location.
At this point in the process, I don't get distracted thinking about matching home colors, characters, or building styles. I don't waste my time on free plans, store-bought sheds, or readymade, mail-order kit solutions. Been there, done that.
Plus, free means lack of user feedback, and you get absolutely no customer support. Store-bought and readymade, mail-order sheds are flimsy, profit-driven solutions that I've always had to tear apart and modify too much to get the storage space to work or to match the character and style of the home.