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How to pick the right shed

by Sarah - September 3rd, 2009.
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shedIt must be this wet and cold autumn weather that’s making me think of nice cosy sheds and how essential they are for a gardener. You need somewhere to keep all your tools safely away from the rain, the kids and anyone who might take them away!
A shed provides a place to keep your allotment essentials too including your bags of soil conditioners, plant pots, seed trays, tools and slug pellets. It’s a place to lock so that kids don’t mess with sharp tools or dangerous weedkillers or pesticides.
It can also be a place to retreat to when the weather is suddenly bad.
On our allotment site there’s a limit on shed size due to some planning rules that were put in place when the site was opened.
You can buy this great shed – 8′ x 6′ (2.37×1.79m) Windsor Overlap Double Door Apex – for only £197.99 Including VAT & Delivery. This is a great size shed, perhaps suited best to a garden where you need lots of storage for the kids bikes, or a lawnmower; or maybe on the allotment where you need to store a wheel barrow as well. There’s almost certainly room for a chair in there too. Great value shed offering good space and a great price.
If you need a smaller shed they have a good range and you can sort by type of shed and size making it easy to find just what you’re looking for. Their delivery service is free too and there’s even an installation service available too. If you’ve got room for a bigger shed, always buy one as big as possible as you will find it fills itself very easily!