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    Large garden shed/garage

    Has anyone got one of the large shed/garages that are available on eBay etc?

    I'm looking at a 20x10 sheds maybe slightly longer. With a budget of 1.5k max. If anyone has suggestions, pictures etc that would be good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriscooke View Post
    Has anyone got one of the large shed/garages that are available on eBay etc?

    I'm looking at a 20x10 sheds maybe slightly longer. With a budget of 1.5k max. If anyone has suggestions, pictures etc that would be good
    Il come build you one!!

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    My dad has one from a place called Albany sheds and it’s all 15mm thick wood and is solid his came in 8 bits I think and we could only just lift each section I think his is 16x10 and was a grand I think

    Don’t know how far away they deliver though

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointz View Post
    Il come build you one!!

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    Bit far for you to come I'd imagine mate, plus I doubt anyone would really want to build a bespoke shed of that size for the price

    Quote Originally Posted by autosri View Post
    My dad has one from a place called Albany sheds and it’s all 15mm thick wood and is solid his came in 8 bits I think and we could only just lift each section I think his is 16x10 and was a grand I think

    Don’t know how far away they deliver though
    Will have a look, ideally want one delivered and constructed as can't be bothered with the faff
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    Cheers mate. This is for the back garden as a workspace and secure storage though. Want it big enough to use as a garage as have the option of making my current garage a drive through style and have space for two cars and the new shed behind.
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    This is the space itíll be going in






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    I'd build one for that money and do it right. Check out the one Colin furze did on youtube for about that price.
    Just depends if you can sort the time.

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    Nice vids. I've not got the skills for that, can't even cut wood in a straight line
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    Had my 10 x 8 from Brierley hill sheds on eBay, was about £500 and has inch thick flooring with 15mm shiplap for the rest on a 3x2 frame.

    Iirc they will custom size one to your needs, can't complain about mine or the service, was very good for the price

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointz View Post
    Il come build you one!!

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    As Pointz said, build it yourself. Order the wood. Will be cheaper and done to your spec. I'm doing one at the moment. Bar and Cinema room

    4x4 and 4x2 frame. Shiplap exterior, plasterboard interior, insulated. Floor boards. Takes a bit more work, but more fun
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    If I built one it wouldn't last a year, I'm no good at wood work unfortunately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriscooke View Post
    If I built one it wouldn't last a year, I'm no good at wood work unfortunately.
    I wasn't. Learn. Get the right tools. It is great fun

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    This was derelict. Stripped back to the frame, removed the rot. Tiled roof removed. Then rebuilt before hand and Makita tools




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    Totally agree with "build it yourself" I'm just starting my garage / workshop.

    27 x 11 ft in concrete block and render

    My 10 x 8 shed was a temporary measure until the garage is built, but then I couldn't have bought the materials for less than the price of the ready made shed

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    And dewalt tools...... Much better than the current makita crop

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    Quote Originally Posted by DLowe View Post
    And dewalt tools...... Much better than the current makita crop

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    Iíve got Dewalt and Makita 14.4V

    I actually think the Makita tools are superior.

    But I agree, get decent tools. It makes the job easier and more enjoyable


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    If you plaster board the interior how do you stop damp?

    Either Makita or Dewalt are great I find My recent Makita's are the best I've ever used.
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