Hi, does anyone know of the door can be move to the shorter side? (The 6ft wall)?
whats it like on a windy night , will it keep my neigbours awake
You could build one out of feathered edge boards for around £200. A lot bigger and much more stronger. Get the wood from wicks and boards from travis. As long as you have some basic tools and will power you’d be fine. If anyone needs help feel free to contact and I’ll show you how I did mine.
Embrace and "Lap" up the condensation and subsequent rust (y)
Had one a few years back and although it served a purpose, it did rust quite badly and all round just felt cheap from the off. You'd be better saving up the extra for one of the thicker Costco plastic sheds imo.
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Not bad!, well done on a good job!. BTW, the "blue house" looks good too :-)
Just wanted to say its now complete (ignore the wifes womancave to the left lol) .. i must admit am very impressed with how light it is inside with the 2 fibreglass skylights in roof .. photos are taken with the doors shut, and the shed looks very nice in garden too 8) (y)
Looking good!. Thanks for the update and good luck with the completion.
Hi, nearly finished just gotta put doors on, and its looking really good love the colour too, there is good and bad points to consider too ... First The good : Nice size tall like a normal shed walk in without ducking head. Colour nice. Skylight. Comes in 2 flat pack boxes like wardrobes do. Quite strong and sturdy. Zero maintenance guaranteed 15yrs. Bad points : Will need atleast 2 people assembley. Takes days to work out plans in pictures. Seems theres no spare screws or nuts bolts. A nightmare to assemble. You will need power screwdriver/drill or be there forever. I found that sorting things out and labeling (front back etc) before assembly helps as part numbers are like "203.05" Thought i could do this all by myself but needed wife to help hold roof up while i fixed, Its not all bad tho so glad its nearly finished as nearly started to think wish i bought wood shed .. but persevered and wouldnt let it win me lol In a nutshell .. expect a challenge and you wont get it done in a day .. i'm on day 3 lol, and pray for no wind when assembling. ... right i going back to my shed now.