Sugar Shack

Small sugar shack for boiling maple sap to make maple syrup
Sugar Shack Rendering
Sugar Shack Rendering

Sugar Shack Rendering

Sugar Shack Floor Plan
Sugar Shack Floor Plan

Sugar Shack Floor Plan

Sugar Shack Rendering
Sugar Shack Rendering

Sugar Shack Rendering

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Project Type:  

Special use shelter

 

Project Location:  

Anywhere you want it to be

 

Project Size:  

336 Square Feet

 

Architectural Style:  

Traditional, rustic

 

Project Status:  

Plans available for purchase

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About this project:

In early spring when temperatures are below freezing at night and above freezing during the day, maple sap begins to flow and the production of maple syrup begins in the northeast. It takes approximately 43 gallons of raw sap to produce one gallon of maple syrup. Maple syrup is made by evaporating the water out of the sap until the syrup has reached the desired concentration. In the spirit of this tradition, Off Grid Shelters has created the Sugar Shack design. This special use structure is ideal for hobby producers or small scale producers who use wood fired evaporators. Exterior finish materials include

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Design Features:

Steam cupola

Corrugated tin roof

Cord wood storage

Long work bench

Supply closet