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Garden sheds are a crucial element of any functional garden space. They offer storage for large garden tools, as well as for other tools. A generous shed could even offer enough room for plant potting or a general workshop. Alternatively, a big shed could be used as an inside seating area. Garden sheds are available in a huge variety of sizes and can be specified to your particular needs, providing you complete control over the number and placement of windows, type, size and location of door, and design of roof. Garden sheds typically come in one of three materials. Wooden sheds are the classic style and can be integrated well into any garden creating a natural look, especially if the wood used for the shed is matched to bordering fences. Wooden sheds remain very popular, although they will need maintenance by retreating or staining the wood to preserve the life of the shed. Garden sheds are also manufactured from metal, which is very resilient and therefore ideal for storage of tools and other equipment. Metal sheds additionally require almost no maintenance. The final material for garden sheds is plastic, which in modern examples is far more resilient than might be expected. When considering a garden shed, it's critical to make sure that you select one which will fit in your garden space. Garden sheds should be sited on a level area, and will require a base to be built as a foundation. This base could be made from either concrete, paving, gravel or a floating timber base, but will have to be the right size for your shed and able to support the weight of your shed when loaded.

Average Garden shed cost in Bromsgrove

The typical cost of Garden shed is £600. Costs vary based on the materials and the organisation selected. The upper price range can be as high as £690. The material costs are typically around £150

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Garden shed installation cost in Bromsgrove 2022

Labour cost £420
Material cost £150
Waste removal £30
Time frame: 1-2 days

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Bromsgrove

Bromsgrove is actually a town in Worcestershire, England. The town is roughly 16 miles (26 km) north east of Worcester as well as 13 miles (21 km) south west of Birmingham city centre. It previously had a populace of 29,237 in 2001 (39,644 in the bigger Bromsgrove/Catshill urban region) Bromsgrove is the significant town in the larger Bromsgrove District.

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15 Jan

Garden | Sheds

Bromsgrove - B61

Enquiry from: Roger S

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I am looking for a garden shed (or beach hut) to not only store things safely in but to be nice to look at I need to store garden items and some other things as I live in a disabled bungalow storage ...

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08 Aug

Garden | Sheds

Worcester - WR3

Enquiry from: Jenny S

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removal of soil from top of the garden. also need some levelling done due to a shed being fitted in. there is a side alley at the top of the garden which leads down to the road. are you the property o...

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01 Jun

Garden | Sheds

Redditch - B96

Enquiry from: Stephen K

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take down shed and remove including rubbish behind it. are you the property owner: owner of the property what level of service are you looking for: removal of old do you have a: small garden please c...

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07 Mar

Garden | Sheds

Worcester - WR3

Enquiry from: Becky D

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lawn levelling, trampoline in the ground, removal of shed, decking stripped abbas restrained, couple of slabs stuck back down, possibly adding gravel boards and paint boundary fence too. are you the p...

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06 Dec

Garden | Sheds

Pershore - WR10

Enquiry from: John F

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Our garden shed has developed a leak , we need t9 have the roof re- fletted , is this some you would be interested to do ?

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16 May

Garden | Sheds

Worcester - WR2

Enquiry from: Dan S

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customer visited the mygardeningprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. property type: semi detached, work description: rotovate existing grass and soil, lay topsoil (approx. 4 tonnes), and lay n...

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25 Jun

Garden | Sheds

Worcester - WR4

Enquiry from: David M

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached Time scale: 1-3 months Other Forms: None Please call to appoint

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07 Mar

Garden | Sheds

Worcester - WR4

Enquiry from: Sioux H

Start Date: Less than one month

Hi 8x6 windowed shed with base delivered and erected. Quote please Thanks Sioux Are you the property owner: Owner of the property What level of service are you looking for: Supply, Install Do you...

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23 Feb

Garden | Sheds

Worcester - WR6

Enquiry from: Steve F

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Mowing Lawn weekly for c.10 week period. Initial removal of leaves and pruning of bushes/hedges Are you the property owner: Owner Property Type: Semi detached Do you have a: Medium size garden Garde...

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03 Oct

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Worcester - WR2

Enquiry from: Karen A

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Supply and install 8x6 shed

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FAQs

Where should I put my garden shed?

Try to put your shed in open space, away from trees, bushes and other buildings. This will help to protect it from falling branches and sap. It will also mean that you can access all sides of the shed for repair and maintenance purposes. Make sure you take a look at garden shed planning rules before you pick a final spot for your shed.

Who makes the best garden sheds?
Who makes the best garden sheds? While you think there might be a straightforward answer, who makes the best shed for you depends on what you need it for, how much space you have and more. We’ll help you find out who makes the best garden shed for you. What to look for in a garden shed Before you fork out for a new shed, consider:
  • What you need the shed for
  • How much space you have
  • How big you need the shed to be
  • Which style of roof you want
  • What material you would like
  • How big your budget is
Once you know the answer to these questions, you can take a look at some of the best brands of garden shed. Shed-Plus Champion Shed-Plus Champion heavy duty sheds are robust wooden garden sheds that have fully ledged and braced doors and integral ‘lock and key’ locking system. They come with a 15-year anti-rot warranty, so should last you a long time; they’re made from 12mm tongue and groove panels which helps to keep them strong and secure for years to come. Our top pick: 8′ x 6′ Heavy Duty Apex Single Door Shed
  • Hand-crafted from Nordic White Spruce
  • Felt roof reinforced with high-grade polyester
  • Tongue and groove cladding makes it more weatherproof so ideal for items that must be kept dry
Forest Garden Forest Garden makes a range of wooden sheds to suit any outdoor space. They offer overlap sheds, which are the cheapest option, shiplap sheds which are tongue and groove, and premium tongue and groove sheds. You’ll be able to find something to suit your budget and your needs. Our top pick: Overlap Pressure Treated 6×4 Pent Shed
  • High eaves for more head height and to store taller items
  • Pent roof and fixed windows allow lots of light
  • Ideal for putting up against a wall or fence
  • Door can be hinged either side
BillyOh BillyOh sheds are affordable wooden sheds that come in lots of shapes and sizes, so you’re bound to find one to suit your garden. They offer wooden floors as an optional extra as well as lots of other things so you can create a bespoke shed that will work best for you. Our top pick: Master Tall Store
  • Ideal for small gardens or those with fewer tools to store
  • Apex roof for water runoff
  • Tongue and groove walls
  • Tall floor-to-gable door
Can I insulate my shed?

Yes, it is possible to insulate a shed. You might want to do this if you’re planning on working in it during the winter. A professional will be able to help you find an insulated shed or advise you on how to insulate a shed that you already have. Always seek professional advise first before attempting to do this yourself!

How to build a shed?
A garden shed is a great option to add extra storage space in your garden. Lock away your lawnmower, tools, outdoor toys and furniture so it doesn’t get weather damaged or stolen. But how do you build a shed? We’ll go through a brief guide on building a shed using a flat packed one.
  1. Plan your shed base You must have a sturdy base for your shed, otherwise the frame won’t stand properly and could stop the door from opening. Decide whether you’re going to have:
    • A concrete base laid on hardcore
    • Concrete slabs on sharp sand
    • Treated wood beams on hardcore or shingle
    • An interlocking plastic system
    All bases should be laid on firm, level ground as far as possible.
  2. Treat wood with preservative To help your shed last as long as possible, you should coat all the wooden parts with timber preservative before you put it together.
  3. Put the shed floor together Some will need more assembly than others, but you need to make sure that the floor panel is attached to the joists; follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the correct spacing.
  4. Put up the shed walls
    • Mark the centre point of each wall on its bottom edge, then do the same for the shed floor so you can line them up together.
    • Stand the gable end on the base and line it up. Check that it’s vertical with a spirit level – you might need someone to support the panel while you do this. Use a temporary holding batten to keep it in place.
    • Fix a side panel to the gable end panel with countersunk screws, then add the second side panel in the same way.
    Don’t attach the panels to the floor until you’ve fitted your shed roof.
  5. Fit the roof
    • If the shed comes with a support bar, put this in position before you put the roof panels in.
    • Nail the roof panels in place, ensuring there’s a parallel and equal overlap at each end.
    • Roll out some roofing felt from front to back, leaving a 50mm overlap at each side. Secure it with clout-headed felt tacks at 100mm intervals.
    • Apply mastic sealant to the outside corners, then fix each corner trim with 30mm nails.
    • Add the fascias and finials, predrilling 2mm holes to avoid splitting the wood. Nail them through the felt into the shed using 40mm nails.
  6. Add the shed windows
    • Slide each windowsill into the tongue and groove cut out, then put the window cover strip in position, fixing it to the vertical framing.
    • From inside the shed, put the glazing sheets into the window rebates, making sure the bottom edge of the glazing sheets sit on the outside of the sill.
    • Fix the window beading on the top and sides with 25mm nails.
  7. Fix the walls to the floor Before you do anything, make sure you check that the centre marks on the walls line up with the marks on the shed floor. Then fix the wall panels to the floor with 50mm screws, aligning them with the joists.
  8. And that’s it! But if you’re not confident in building a shed yourself, there are plenty of professionals available who will be happy to help.
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