If you don’t have a shed in your backyard, think about what your life could be if you had one. A shed is a home just outside of your home. It’s a place where you can take time out, complete hobbies and projects, store things you don’t want or can’t have in your house, and just generally maximise the potential of your home by backing it up with the secret weapon of a shed. It will revolutionise your DIY projects completely. That, and you will enjoy your shed. The shed can also be a spiritual home of community and mateship. It can become a place where you have friends over. Steelchief sheds and barns make sheds in all shapes and sizes. The right shed can add value to your house. Because the definition of a shed is so varied and so variable that you don’t really know what’s a shed until you’ve seen one. If you want a shed that’s five pieces of timber propped together, then that’s a shed. If you want something with three rooms and two levels in reinforced steel that has an electricity connection, then do that. Putting windows in is good, because it will provide you with ventilation if you’re doing a project that creates dust or fumes, you have to be careful about what you breathe in. Joining your shed to you garage is a great idea, it will permit you more storage space and it will mean that it can all be incorporated into the single structure, which is space-saving and economical.
Ivy Delfin is a copywriter working with SteelChief, the leader in design and manufacture of garden sheds, workshops, garages, pool sheds, aviaries, fowl houses, cubbies, dog kennels, pet runs, small sheds, timber sheds, steel frame sheds and pump houses for over 20 years. When Ivy’s not writing content she enjoys swimming, shopping and taking her dog for a walk.