Shed accessories can transform a normal garden shed into a great one. Discover the best shed accessories here, including solar lighting, security devices, guttering and more.
A portable gas heater is essential if you’re going to spend time in a shed, summer house or log cabin during the cold winter months. Find out more about what portable gas heaters have to offer, here.
Shed insulation is essential if you’re going to make the most of your garden shed. Find out how to properly insulate your shed here, so that you can enjoy its many benefits the whole year round.
Garden workshops are not exactly different to sheds, they are more a type of shed. Find out more about what they can offer you here...
Plastic Shed Now Means Premium Shed
Plastic sheds used to be viewed as the poor relations of wooden and metal sheds. This is no longer the case.
Whether it comes to utilising the latest technology or sporting an eye-catching, contemporary design, plastic sheds now lead the way.
Choosing a Garden Building
As any homeowner and Buy Sheds Direct website regular will know, nowadays there is a huge choice of garden buildings for sale, ranging in size from compact storage units to giant garages, and encompassing all sorts of wonderful greenhouses, arbours and pergolas in between.
However, like with so many things in life, there is a definite pecking order and, in the garden, the shed, workshop, summerhouse and log cabin reign supreme.
Here, we take a look at this long-established ‘Top 4’ of the garden building world, before providing you with a fail-safe formula to determine which one is right for you.
If you’ve never purchased a shed before, choosing the optimal size, design, and material for your requirements can be a little overwhelming – there are almost innumerable options on the market.
Picking a size is a great place to start.
Which is the most popular shed size?
8x6 sheds are amongst our most popular size of shed. Big enough to provide ample storage space for your outdoor furniture, lawnmower and garden tools, yet not so large as to dwarf more modest gardens, they provide the best of both worlds.
So, without further ado, here are five of our
With the rise of the ‘man cave’ and the ‘she shed’, the battle of the sexes has now moved into the back garden. These ‘homes within a home’ offer us the best of both worlds: a chance to relive our days of being young, free and single, whilst remaining within the happy confines of marital bliss. Much like men and women themselves, man caves and she sheds have much in common, yet also subtle differences, which give them both their own distinct identities. But how marked are these contrasts and which can lay claim to being the ultimate shed?
These are places which allow men to be ‘real men’, free from the confines and stuffy regulations of the home. Shoes do not need to be taken off when entering a man cave, for it is a place of work, as well as rest and play. Plates, cutlery and glasses
Now is the Time to Bolster Your Shed Security
Shed security has always been one of the key considerations when maintaining or purchasing a garden shed.
Now autumn is here and the nights are drawing in, it is more essential than ever to address this issue.
Expensive garden tools, bicycles and luxury outdoor furniture are like magnets to thieves, and if you don’t secure your shed then you’re asking for trouble.
Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can improve your shed security and safeguard those valuable stored items.
Ways to Beef Up Your Shed Security
The New Year is here. Millions of people around the country have made the famous resolution: to finally get in shape. The excessive consumption of mince pies and wine over the festive period has not helped anybody’s weight loss goals and gym owners will be rubbing their hands together, awaiting a massive influx of new memberships.
If, however, you’re like me, the thought of being in an overcrowded gym, waiting 15 minutes just to use one piece of equipment, fills you with horror.
There is a more agreeable solution. The home gym. Or, in this case, the ‘shed-gym’.
Why would I go to the effort of creating a gym in my shed?
Well, I’m glad you asked.
Firstly, shed-gyms will save you time and money (in the long run). There is no tedious commute, merely a pleasant stroll down the garden path. That means no traffic jams, no petrol costs and no parking char