If you are one of the many people who love to garden, then you may be aware of how much space a garden shed can save. Not only do they provide an excellent storage solution, but they also allow you to get creative with your home improvements.
Top 3 garden shed ideas
- Small: If you are working in a very small space, then this is your perfect choice. The small sheds can be fitted into any tight place of your garden and provide ample storage space for all that you need.
- Medium: This kind of shed is best suited for medium-sized gardens and it has ample space for storing all that you need to keep in the shed.
- Large: The large sheds are best suited for large gardens where there is plenty of room available so that they can be installed without any problems at all.
What size do I need and how many people will be using it?
- How many people will be using it?
- How much space do you need?
- How much storage space do you need?
- How much space do you need for your tools?
- How much space do you need for your cars?
Choosing the right foundation and location for your shed.
When choosing the right foundation for your shed, you will want to make sure that it is level. It is important that the foundation be level both to the ground and to your shed. You will also want to ensure that both are level with each other as well. For example, if you have a building on a hillside and you want to build a shed nearby, but not in line with it (and therefore at an angle), then this won’t work for either one of them!
The first step in ensuring this is by finding out how high up from sea level we are talking about – or even just making sure whether there’s any kind of gradient on which we can build at all! Once this has been established with some accuracy then we know exactly where our base needs standing before anything else can happen here…
Planning permission for my shed?
Planning permission is a way for local authorities to make sure you’re not encroaching on other people’s gardens. It’s also a way to protect your property and the surrounding area, so it makes sense that they want to make sure you have the right qualifications before they allow your shed on their land.
Planning permission costs vary depending on where you live, but in general they can be anywhere between £50 and £300 depending on what type of application you need and whether or not it involves extra permissions (such as removing trees).
The process will vary depending on where you live, but usually involves submitting plans showing exactly how big your garden storage will be. Your request may also need supporting documentation from an architect or planning consultant who has already agreed with them about what materials are going into making this new structure work for both parties involved. This can take several weeks before any decision comes back from local authorities; however most councils offer free advice over email if something important comes up during this time period – so don’t hesitate!
If council officials don’t like what they see then things might get messy: there could be more bureaucracy involved than initially expected! But remember – nothing’s impossible when there’s determination involved… just ask my boss 🙂
Garden sheds can be used for more than just your green fingers, be sure to research all types before deciding on one.
Garden sheds can be used for more than just your green fingers. If you’re looking to store tools and equipment, it makes sense that you need a shed that has enough space. Don’t be afraid to ask the salesperson if they have any extra room as this will give you an idea of what quality and size is available in their range.
If you choose a wooden shed, then make sure that it has been pressure treated with chemicals so that it is better protected against rot and decay. You should also look at using an alternative material such as metal or plastic which are both durable but will cost less than wood.
Make sure you check out all types before deciding on one as there could be others out there who do not have the same quality or type of material needed in your situation. Also consider where your garden shed will sit; if possible try getting advice from professionals such as builders or architects who may come up with some great ideas based on their experiences working with clients like yourself!
I hope this blog has helped to answer some of the questions you may have about garden sheds. There is an amazing variety of different styles and sizes available and so much more information than I could ever fit into one article. If you are still unsure about your next purchase then why not get in touch with us here at The Shed Shop. We have over 30 years experience in supplying sheds and can provide expert advice on all aspects of choosing a garden shed as well as supplying them at very competitive prices!