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?
In comparison to a traditional wood shed, and most other materials, a steel shed is stronger. It is the right material to choose if you want something hard-wearing, as well as physically more attractive over a longer period of time.
- Won’t Rust
Because it is made of steel, the shed won’t be susceptible to rusting. Which means it will not change the way it physically looks, nor will it start to be a unhospitable environment for someone to be in. The best way to ensure the shed is protected against rust for the long-term, is by galvanising it. This can be done via two methods, either electro galvanising or hot dipped galvanising. Electro galvanising may be the cheaper option but that does not mean it is not effective.
- Less Maintenace
Again, steel means that you do not have to go through the palaver of having to regularly clean the shed, as it is unlikely to retain dirt.
As well as being strong, less likely to rust and being less maintenance, a shed that is made of steel is lifelong, or our company name is not Lifelong Steel Sheds. All of our sheds are designed to be lifelong and we ensure that each is treated to ensure that. Our sheds have a steel frame, which has been covered with galvanised cladding and then covered with PVC. Making the design last a life time.
- Multiple Uses
The shed can be used for the conventional use of being extra storage, but it can also be used as a utility or workroom because it would be sturdy like a house, secure and would retrain heat quite well.
So will you be investing in a Lifelong Steel Shed today?