In Australia we generally use the garage for the car,but, it can also double as a storage area, or even a workshop, but if you don’t HAVE a garage, or your garage is full, you still need a home for all the garden tools, lawn mower, trimmer, shovels etc.etc.etc.
Even if you only have a small backyard because you live in a villa or duplex, there still is a garden shed that’s perfect for you.
Choosing a garden shed in Sydney isn’t as simple as people think, a shed is more than just a storage space in the backyard, it’s there to serve a purpose. If you don’t have a lot of money to spend, you don’t want to waste in on a shed that’s not going to do what you want it to do – you want a small shed that will fit in your yard and will hold everything you want it to.
Getting the best shed for your money
- • Look for a local garden shed supplier in Sydney, one who offers a range of sheds at an affordable price.
- • When you buy locally you have more choice to find the shed that’s the right size for your yard.
- • Do you want a cement base? If you are renting, you probably just want the shed placed straight on the ground, if however, you own your home a cement foundation is the best option as you can anchor the shed to it.
- • What size shed do you need, or rather what space do you have for the shed to fit into? A small backyard shed is perfect you can clear out some of your garage or put away some of the backyard mess, or you can organise all your gardening tools and supplies in one place.
- • A backyard shed, regardless of its size can be an investment for your home and property value, and it’s a useful place for you to store those garden tools.
Small sheds come in a range of sizes, and include a shed with no back, that is placed directly against the side of your house, so your house becomes the back wall, the good thing about this style of shed is, it actually saves you a few more millimetres as the shed is direct to the wall, rather than having the back wall next to your house. Single door sheds are not as wide, and again cut down on space, still giving you plenty of access but without the width. Flat roof sheds are generally smaller than those with a gable roof, and, if you are looking to cut down on height a flat roof shed is the perfect option, it won’t detract from your view – or your neighbours and is great if you want to place it against a wall that’s near a window.