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Buying a shed-any tips

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6y, 6d agoPosted 6 years, 6 days ago
Hi, im looking for a shed, does anyone know of any decent place to get one from.

Ideally looking for a medium size shed, mainly going to be used for storing items like baby items and other goods
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6y, 6d agoPosted 6 years, 6 days ago
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#1
I found shedstore very reasonable - you can get quidco too.
#2
I'd go for a shiplap rather than larchlap style. In my experience larch lap have a tendency to be more damp inside.
#3
cool. shedstore il see what there like
#4
Always buy one about 25% bigger than you think you'll need.

You can always use the extra space - eg chest freezer, bikes, garden furniture etc.
#5
have you thought about a plastic one, I bought one & to be honest i was a bit dubious about getting one, i wish i had got one sooner. B&Q , Homebase & Argos do the Keterrange.Very easy to build & they have their own floor as well, Ive had no problems with sweating or any leaks at all.
#6
Keter are extortionate though rich, £550 for an 8x8. Metal is the cheaper option - I'm getting one next summer, 13x11 for £350.
#7
moob
Keter are extortionate though rich, £550 for an 8x8. Metal is the cheaper option - I'm getting one next summer, 13x11 for £350.


yeah they are pricey, but I was looking for something that was going to last a long time & low maintenance , I was looking at metal, but I'd heard they suffer from bad condensation, not sure how true this is.
#8
richp
moob
Keter are extortionate though rich, £550 for an 8x8. Metal is the cheaper option - I'm getting one next summer, 13x11 for £350.


yeah they are pricey, but I was looking for something that was going to last a long time & low maintenance , I was looking at metal, but I'd heard they suffer from bad condensation, not sure how true this is.


metal ones do have problems with condensation i have one so telling you from experiance
#9
i think wooden ones look and are better.
12 * 10
#10
richp
moob
Keter are extortionate though rich, £550 for an 8x8. Metal is the cheaper option - I'm getting one next summer, 13x11 for £350.


yeah they are pricey, but I was looking for something that was going to last a long time & low maintenance , I was looking at metal, but I'd heard they suffer from bad condensation, not sure how true this is.


I'm gonna insulate it.
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Autotrader, just limit your search to <£500
#12
really?!
#13
Carley
Autotrader, just limit your search to <£500


it took a couple of seconds, but i got it :D

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