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Discussion in 'Australia' started by nevgriff64, Mar 19, 2010.
But what sound does it make?
One lucky little Fecker!!!!
Geez that looks like you without a beard.
Doon, what time and from where are you leaving on Friday? Mind if Craig and I tag along?
The sound of one hand crapping?
I've finally decided to buy a decent shed, but after having a look online, there seems to be shitloads of companies offering similar products..... I like the look of the Aussie and American barns and was thinking of something around the 90m2 range (floor space), with no internal columns,, but which companies should I look at and what construction methods are the strongest/best?
I live in SW Western Australia, should I just be looking at local company, or do the big online companies deliver anywhere at a reasonable price?
Are any particular designs recommended in this size range?
I'm sure some of you blokes have significant man caves , what should I be looking for?
I'm sure some of you blokes have significant man caves :d, what should I be looking for?
Can`t help with much . But some good advice is make it twice as big as you think you need . I`ve made this mistake twice ( where`s that head hitting brick wall thing everyone can find except me )
Where you see the smilies etc on the right of your text box, there is a "more" option. Open that up, then scroll about half way down; it's on the left.
Open web trusses are a lot stronger than single C purlin Rafter sheds or spaghetti sheds as i call them. They are easier to erect and are braced far better than light weight sheds that rely on the sheeting for bracing, which is never enough.
Get a good bolt together kit and avoid screwed together shed connections, double the amount of labour.
The other advantage of a web truss design is strength for lifting engines or heavy gear on a block or tackle.
They cost a bit more but well worth it. Like this..
This fellar ( State wide sheds) supplies good sheds from Dubbo in NSW, i've bought plenty off him and never had one missing part or problem with supply. http://www.statewidesheds.com.au/contacts.htm
I have just had my shed approved by council and it will be getting erected in 3 weeks weather permitting, it's a 9x9m enclosed gable garage section with a 6x9 carport attached 3.25m high triple rollers doors across the front.
I was going to go the American Barn route for the extra height but then you have all the internal posts to support the step up section getting in your way.
mine is a Just Kits brand, made about 50m from where I work, they use prefabbed wall frames instead of just posts and batterns so fixing stuff to the walls internally in time to come will be a lot easier.
Can't friggin wait for it to go up and get all my shit out of the weather.
Adrian, I've delivered quite a few sheds to site in our area & have heard some horror stories from people about their "kit sheds" delivered from Perth and elsewhere. Some of 'em were still waiting for all the right bits two years after ordering.
Talk to the local blokes, even Outdoor World (cheap & just not quite nasty) first. There are quite a few shed builders in this area so they should be fairly competitive.
have you had a look at a high line shed good solid frame easy to put up your self with a couple of mates and they don't cost to much there are cheaper out there but i was quoted more for something that was just a over grown garden shed mine was a 7.5 by 9 with a 2.7 wall hight and cost me 7 g by the time i had finished
You mean try & keep up?,
heard rumours about following Doonie, likes to disappear & lose the pack
Dad of the Year Award nomination right there. That is simply brilliant. Kid knows he's the King of the Ute Muster.
I wish it was.....A fresh unbroken body ready to abuse again.......
I think he was referring to the Dog.
Nev, you come out with some crackers!
Fheew!!!................at least you didn't say pedophile..
But I bet you thought it.
Rumours of Doons sanity on a bike have been grossly exaggerated Baz, so you might have a point.
right i stuffed up big time, im now walking for 6 months thanks to mr plod