Thanks, doesn't need to be rebuilt repeatedly, just want to be able to dismantle it and take it with me when I move out if/when I finally manage to buy my own place.
Where's the best place to get either ply or osb cut to size, I think I'm going to need to panel the inside of my shed so I can better store stuff inside it.
B&Q. Or get a full sheet(s) delivered and I'll bring my track saw over
Old shed that came with the house + elderflower / wisteria tree
Tree removed, foundation layed and blockwork shed walls up
Are you building another house in your garden?!
First fix of roof on
Selling my place in New Cross (Zone 2).
Bike shed can be included!
Fits 10+ bikes & also has power so you can have CCTV.
I also lease a garage across the road that I can be transferred. Fits multiple motorbikes & cargo bikes.
Garden Office / storage is from Expandakabin.
It's 3.3mx2.1m galvanised, insulated, double glazed uPVC window, electricity switchboard (current value £4,560 new).
It can be fully dismantled, biggest piece being the roof.
Happy to sell it separately for 50% off the new price.
Doors on, roof felted, tanked inside and out.
Going to wire the lights tomorrow and put plaster board on the ceiling
What’s the plan here?
Looks like pretty much what I want to do when we move, for less precious bikes and a workshop space. However I am fairly clueless
Pretty much, Workshop in one half, bikes in the other half
Had the floor screed on Monday, then we put up Plasterboard, taped and jointed, just need to sand back, lights installed and battens for cladding on the front wall.
Someone buy this so I don’t have it sitting in my garden while I work out what shed to build
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