Whether the sun is shining or it’s raining cats and dogs, you need a space to store your gardening essentials. The best thing is to store them in a shed but what is the best shed for you? Is it a steel shed? We have listed all the options to make your choice a little easier.
At the start of the new year, everyone ponders the idea of joining a gym. However, joining a gym can be a horrible experience. You pay astronomical amounts of money each month, to travel miles, and exercise next to sweaty strangers. Well, have you ever thought about of having your own home gym? Continue reading “How to set up a gym in your shed”
Steel sheds are a brilliant investment for your garden.
The following features listed below offer ways to uses your steel garden shed not just as a general shed but also as a workshop, utility room, and even for making extra room for in your kitchen. Most sheds can be wired and plummed fairly easily, however this should be done by a professional.
We have all been there: you’ve been to a friend’s barbecue and left thinking about their new shed! Now you’re thinking: “Should I get one?” Here is five possible uses for garden sheds to help you decide:
Whether you have recently built your metal shed, or it has been in your back yard for years, it is worthwhile to insulate it.
By insulating your steel shed, you are preventing condensation from building up – something that creates mould and rust. Furthermore, insulating the shed will increase the interior temperature in winter and reduce the temperature during summer, so that that you won’t have to use any electrical heating or cooling equipment.
While it is possible to insulate your shed with reflective insulation or fiberglass, this guide will show you how to insulate your space using foam board. The material is flexible, and can seal all cavities and spaces within the structure’s walls.
While steel sheds are incredibly durable, they may not be classed as energy efficient.
The roof on a metal shed will absorb the heat from the sun, in turn, causing the shed’s interior to heat up. Waterproofing a metal shed lowers the surface temperature of the roof and reduces the cooling costs.
If you fail to waterproof any metal roof, moisture will be allowed to seep under the roof and cause internal corrosion. Waterproof a metal roof a few months after installing the roof to protect it and reduce energy costs.
When you are looking to buy a shed, there are many material options you will come across. Most likely to be wood, metal or steel. Each will have their attributes but why is a steel shed a good option for the long term?
Rust will occur on your steel garden workshop if it overexposed to oxygen, water, and general moisture.
If rust isn’t acted on soon or isn’t treated properly, the rust will continue to eat away at the metal and will eventually cause serious damage that may not be irreversible.
Rust can be removed from pipes, tools, and other metal objects through the use of a variety of cleaning products.
There are a number of benefits of having a steel shed as opposed to having a wooden one.
One of the main benefits is the low maintenance, however, a big concern is the amount of condensation that builds up in metal sheds. There are a few simple steps that can help you keep condensation from becoming a major problem for your metal shed.