When choosing your shed, consider what you’ll be using it for, where it will be situated and what type of material will best suit your needs. To make storage and movement within the shed easier, it’s a good idea to go for the largest shed you can accommodate.
There are three different shed types to choose from:
Wooden sheds are popular for their attractive and traditional appearance. They require some maintenance and need to be re-treated every year with an external wood preserver. All wooden sheds come with a floor and a felt roof.
There’s a choice of two finishes:
Made from 100% galvanised steel, they are rot and rodent proof and require no maintenance. All metal sheds come with a manufacturer’s 10-year guarantee, are lockable for extra security and classified as non-combustible.
Plastic sheds all come with a floor included and are weather resistant and maintenance-free. The larger sheds have a steel reinforced structure and all are lockable for added security. They require minimal, simple assembly.
There are two different style sheds to choose from:
When deciding where to position your shed, make sure you account for the overhang size of the roof.
Sheds come flat packed and require self-assembly. Assembly is fairly straightforward but usually requires two people and some basic DIY tools.