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Garden Oak Four-Car Garage Plans


This stud-frame building has four 12' wide parking bays. You can build them at up to 28' deep for long vehicles or to use the back of your garage for storage or a work bench. Inexpensive pull-down stairs lead to big loft for even more storage. Construction of this garage uses standard 2x6 studs and 2x8 roof rafters.



Front View



Floor Plan



Garden Oak Garage without optional Expansion Sheds




The plan set that you'll receive allows you to build a 24' wide two-car garage now and expand it later. Or, you can build your garage with four parking bays right away. You can match your home's materials and build your garage at 24,' 26' or 28' deep. The plans come with a variety of options that let you customize your garage now or in the future.


The Main Garage includes a storage loft with access by pull-down stairs.





Heights: Main Garage Ridge Height - 24'-4", Main Garage Side-Wall Height - 12'-0", Main Garage Ceiling Height - 8'-5", Loft Height at center: 9'-2", Loft Height at the eave-side outside walls: 2'-8", Expansion Shed Side-Wall Height - 8'-1", Roof Pitch of Main Garage: 12/12, Roof Pitch of Expansion Sheds: 3/12


Mean Roof Height: 18'-2" (Most Building Departments will accept the Mean Roof Height as the overall height for sloped roof buildings)


Doors: Overhead garage doors are 8' wide and 7' high.


Four-Car Garage Building Areas: 48'x24' - 1,152 SF, 48'x26' - 1,248 SF, 48'x28' - 1,344 SF



What's Included on the plans?


1/4" Scale Floor Plans

1/4" Scale Roof and Loft Framing Plans

1/4" Scale Exterior Elevations

1/4" Scale Building Section

Builder's Specifications


3/4" Scale Wall Sections

1" Scale Footing Details

Structural Frame Isometric

Door & Window Framing Details

Expansion Garage Drawings


The plan set that you'll receive includes optional foundation and slab details to suit your needs. They include drawings for a variety of options and expansion sheds. Material lists may be printed below.

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Have these plans reviewed by your building department or by an experienced building professional who knows local conditions before you purchase materials or start to build. The design and the plans may have to be modified by a local professional to suit your site's conditions, building and zoning codes and weather requirements.


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