Rustic Sheds will not rust Rustic Sheds will not dent A small, but extremely experienced team will work along side you to build your Rustic Shed depending on your site and requirements. Imagine the space you would gain if you had an extra shed? Our versatile Rustic Sheds are an extremely popular, sturdy, stylish, cost effective shed that is being purchased and utilised throughout New Zealand. The uses for our sheds are endless:.

Garden shed. Pump shed. Pool shed. Equipment shed. Tack room. Hobby room. Animal shelter. Even move that teenager out into one of the Rustic Shed Sleepouts! Whatever your requirement, we can build. Your storage problems will be solved - you will gain back your garage space. Store all your gardening tools, pots, chemicals, potting mix, wood, lawnmowers, wheelbarrows, and clutter into a fantastic, durable Rustic Shed.

The walls and roof are all pre-made and are ready to stand up and fix together - EASY! However, we also can assemble. Other Rustic Shed features :. An abundance of natural light streaming through our clear lite roofing panels. Allows endless opportunities for fixing shelves and hooks - unlike tin sheds.

Will be completely leak proof. Made with H4 treated timber floor. Sheds can be easily dismantled for relocation. Our Rustic Sheds are built to stand the test of time. A various collection of sheds Click on photos to view all. Hamilton, Whether it is your woodworking gear, or your gardening tools, the shed is a place where our outdoor life begins. Building a garden shed can seem daunting however, especially if you have little DIY experience.

The process can seem especially off-putting when you consider the elements your shed will be up against — it should be strong, water and weatherproof and durable. It needs to keep your gear safe from the unpredictable New Zealand weather. Assembling a shed is a straightforward procedure well within the skill-set of any DIYer.

Your man-cave or she-shack is a decent Sunday of work away — especially when you order a shed with pre-fabricated parts. Read our blog below for the basics on building a garden shed from a kitset. However, do bear in mind that all sheds will be a little bit different. Thankfully we have a complete list of detailed assembly instructions for our full range of sheds. Before we outline the build process, it is important to consider several things before purchasing a kitset garden shed.

How big does your shed need to be? What sort of tools and equipment are going to be safely stored in the shed? And what do you anticipate storing in your shed in the near future?

These considerations will help you determine the size of your shed. If you got engines to store — like leaf-blowers, mowers or chainsaws, a floor is a good idea, as it will keep out rising damp, helping keep your tools in good condition.

This is your shed, your way. It should help you to live your best shed life! It should be flat and large enough to fit the floor-plan of your chosen shed. It will need to be well-drained, in order to prevent water from pooling under your shed. If the site is sloped you may need to perform some groundwork in order to create a flat surface for your shed to stand on.

There are merits to both steel and wood sheds. Our Duratuf sheds are all constructed from a stiff wooden frame, but our cladding differs. Wood cladding is durable and tends to look nicer than steel. But steel sheds tend to be cheaper, while being just as resistant to weather.

However, over time rust can occur, especially if your shed is situated on a site that is not well-drained, or the cladding is installed incorrectly. The good thing about Duratuf sheds is that they have steel cladding warranties of up to 30 years to safeguard your investment. Step one is to mark your site. You may choose to lay out your shed on some foundations — this could be a full concrete slab, or a few concrete tiles.

Alternatively, your shed may be suitable to free stand on the ground, or you could add a timber floor kit. Building the frame is straightforward — and is best done with a helper. Begin by identifying each piece of the frame, and lay out the frame on the ground. Build each wall of the frame according to the supplied dimensions then attach the cladding to the frame.

With your helper, you will want to erect two sides of the frame at once.

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