Workshop Sheds

DATE POSTED: 22 June 2016
POSTED BY: Admin

Build a Dedicated Tool Storage and Work Environment with a Workshop Shed

Your workshop shed’s strength will be optimised on the design you choose. Adding doors or other openings later will affect the bracing and compromise the strength of your workshop shed and cause issues later during extreme weather conditions.

Councils in general are very good when it comes to approving workshop sheds once they are being used for what it is designed to do and you don’t plan on living in it. Hardwired kitchens are a no no but, toilets and showers are generally permitted.

Creature comforts may not be part of your budget for your workshop shed but here are a few I recommend giving a second thought!

      -   Insulation

It does three things, it is anti condensation, it creates a thermal break between the cladding and steel frame and it makes the workshop shed a lot more comfortable in hot summer and cool winter days.

      -   Vermin Seal

If you are thinking about having a rumpus/games area within your workshop shed  consider getting a vermin seal to prevent moisture and creepy crawlies invading your space!

      -   Electricity

Bright functioning lights make a safe and productive workshop shed around the clock.

Want to read more about how you can make the most of your workshop sheds with this 8 Steps Towards a Tidy and Efficient Workshop Whitepaper?


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