Materials List

10 - 8’ x 4’ sheets polycarbonate for 16’ (8 sheets for 12’) corrugated actually 50” wide (overlap)

48 - @ 36’’ foam strips (36 for 12’)

525 - 1 1/2’ TEK Screws with washers or Metal roof screws (colored) (425 for 12’)

450 - 1/2” TEK screws (side and gable end windows) no washers

100 - #8 Teks for door window 1/2” no washers

16 - 3” butt hinges for vents (12 for 12’)

5 lbs - 3 1/2” deck screw / 3lbs - 2” deck screws / 2lbs 1” deck screws”

[email protected] 2 1/2” 1/4’ carriage bolts

12 @ 3” 1/4” carriage bolts 12 washers and nuts ( 9 for 12’)

[email protected] 2 1/2” 1/4” carriage bolts (16 for 12’ - 16 washers and nuts)

12 L shaped 3” connector brackets (3 per corner)

STAIN of your choice BEHR clear cedar is nice

 

Wood:

 

Pressure Treated for base of foundation:

2 @ 16’ (2 @ 12’ for 12’ gh)

2 @ 9’ same for 12’

 

Cedar Lumber:

 

4x4’s: 2 @ 16’ (or 2 @ 12’)

1 @ 12’ (secondary rafters 1” x 3 1/2”)

2 @ 9’ (same for 12’)

5 @ 8’ ( 4 for 12’)

 

2x6’s: 2 @ 16’ (2 @ 12’)

1 @ 12’ (1 @ 10’)

14 @ 8’ (12 @ 8’) these piece are for the knee wall. You can also use smart-panels, paint.

 

2x4’s: 12 @ 16’ (12 @ 12’ for 12’)

6 @ 14’ (same for 12’) for door frame and doors so they need to be straigh.t

12 @ 12’ (10 for 12’)

NOTE: 5 of these pieces are for the rafters. Make sure they are straight and only tight knots. Use each 12’ cut @ 6’ for uniformity.

 

*save pieces over 20” for framing and trim. Keep your receipts to exchange or return.

*go to the lumber yard with a helper and hand pick your lumber.

*approximate, refer to the plans themselves. This list will give you a good idea of costs.