If it hasn’t got one then it surely must made one most self-respecting garden should be without the common garden shed. Without the garden shed where does the gardener keep all of his tools, where the kids have their bike storage and keep their footballs etc. Without a garden shed the tools and toys would either be left out in the elements or the stacked behind the door in the hallway basically getting in the way.
But that is not going to work if you have grass in your garden because obviously you will have a lawn mower and that is not going to go behind the door and neither would a wheelbarrow! If you do not have a large garden than even the smallest of sheds become useful if you are able to stack the tools and children’s toys out of the way, they will also lost a lot longer asked of the elements.
Things to think about before you rush out and purchase your garden shed.
1. What size garden building will you require?
Give some real consideration to the equipment that you wish to store in your shed, as purchasing one too small would be a nightmare if you discovered you had too much equipment and it just doesn’t fit.
2. What style garden shed will suit your garden?
Consider the materials, wooden sheds normally stained so the colour options are limited. Metal sheds are normally painted grain and plastic sheds come in many colors so careful consideration is required the last thing you need in a very formal garden is a brightly colored shed.
3. Do not overspend.
Remember this is going to be a utility shed and therefore is important that you purchase a garden shed that suits both your budget and your pocket.
4. Consider the layout carefully.
Think about where you are going to locate your shed, will it be safe? Will it be easily accessible? Think about the best place to have any Windows or doors.
If you give a decent amount of thought to your size, shape, material and location of fuel garden building it should be a great asset to your garden for many years to come.