BUILDING A SHED ON PIER BLOCKS
Need help building a shed on pier blocks? These free plans include easy-to-follow instructions with colorful diagrams.
These free easy-to-build shed foundation pier and beam floor plans will help even beginner DIY enthusiasts to feel confident in their handyman and construction skills. This is an 11 x 12 foot shed base but can easily be adapted to any size foundation needed.
These Plans Include Detailed Diagrams For:
- X-ray perspective
- Site preparation
- Setting the beams
Before you start any building project, make you have all the necessary tools, materials and equipment you will be needing in advance. This will make your building endeavors go smoother and easier.
How many pier blocks for shed foundation?
In these plans for an 11×12 floor plan, we use 12 pier blocks. Depending on the size of your shed foundation we recommend spacing pier blocks 40 inches from center to center of each block. See the above diagram.
To sum up, we hope this has helped you. Whether you are a beginner DIY builder or a veteran, you are sure to find these plans helpful in learning how to build a pier and beam floor for your shed. There is nothing more rewarding than building a permanent outdoor storage shed structure with your own two hands. Outdoor storage buildings also add value to your home and land.
Although this shed foundation piers plan is for a basic 11 x 12 shed floor base, they can be easily adapted to any size shed foundation required.
Don’t forget to check with your HOA on zoning rules in your neighborhood to select a good location for your new shed. And before you begin, make sure you have all the proper tools and materials you will be needing in advance. You and your family will enjoy the extra space to store tools, sports equipment, gardening and pool supplies, even lawn mowers, motorcycles, bicycles and ATVs for generations to come.
Please enjoy this free plan for building a shed on pier blocks, and happy building!