Being a distributor of custom sheds, we know from experience that sheds can, quite literally, come in all shapes and sizes.
Despite this, however, there are a few universal factors that you should be able to find in any shed worth its weight in gold.
And because we just love to talk about sheds, we figured we’d share a few with you.
This might seem to be a no brainer, but there’s quite an art to building a sturdy shed. If you promise not to tell anyone, we’ll let you in on a secret: it’s all in the frames.
Having a well-structured frame is everything when it comes to ensuring that a shed stays standing through the harsher side of the climate.
Now, this might seem simple, but the truth is, every different size and design of shed requires a unique size and design of frame.
This is why when designing a shed, we always recommend getting an expert in to determine the exact dimensions of framing required. And of course, anyone who creates a shed with us can rest assured we’ll take care of this (and everything else) with the utmost care and expertise.
The materials your shed is made up of will ultimately determine how durable it will be against the elements.
And this isn’t just due to the weather. You also have to take into account salt deposits from nearby oceans, and the intense UV rays New Zealand has to deal with due to our proximity to the opening in the ozone layer.
Thankfully, there’s a wide range of different claddings designed to handle these different conditions.
A shed is defined as “a structure, usually freestanding, used for storage or shelter”. With such a broad definition, you can see why sheds come in so many different shapes and sizes.
But this does not mean that one size fits all.
What works for housing cattle is probably not going to suit the needs of someone looking to store their aircraft (or vice-versa).
A well-designed shed should have a specific purpose in mind and should be well-designed for that specific purpose.
There’s a reason we deal in custom sheds, after all.
Since you’re here, we imagine you’re at least a little bit interested in becoming a shed owner. Perhaps we can interest you with our range of custom sheds? Click here to learn more.