Monthly Archives: July 2011
It is often the case that people interested buying a new shed see a huge range like ours and aren’t sure of what to go for – and judge only by size and appearance. Hopefully these tips will help you pick out the shed you need, and what else you need to consider…
What are you looking to use the shed for?
For the majority of our customers, sheds are used for storage and not a lot else. For a storage shed, you need to consider a number of factors, such as the style of shed to best cater for your needs.
If your passion is outdoor activity, sports or gardening, you may like to store any number of valuable items. For the keen cyclists in the family, perhaps looking into our specifically-designed bike stores is the way to go, which are cost effective and can save space in your garden. Or, for those into gardening or possibly in the garden trade, maybe our storage chests and tool stores are what you’re lo
When thinking about buying garden sheds, there are several things which can affect security aside from your choice of shed. You may think that by ordering a security shed, you don’t need to worry about the safety of whatever is inside. Yes, a ‘security shed’ with no windows is one of the more secure options, but there is a lot more to consider.
The main reason for owning a garden shed is for security. But there is no use in buying a shed, plonking it at the end of the garden, loading it with gear and not thinking about the protection of whatever is inside. If you spend three figures on a garden shed and cheapen out on a padlock or alarm, you may as well not bother with a shed in the first place. Here are a few pointers in the right direction to give your shed the security it deserves…
The obvious benefit of a shed without windows, in terms of security, is the f