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If you are operating a business from a commercial shed, chances are you have valuable stock or equipment that you are wanting to keep protected from the weather and criminals. While purchasing and maintaining a commercial shed is a good start to keeping your goods safe, you may want to consider a few extra precautionary measures to make your shed as secure as possible particularly due to the growing crime statistics here in Australia.. Here’s five ways you can improve the security of your shed today.
Use multiple lock systems
Locking the door to your commercial shed is a no-brainer, but often the standard door hardware isn’t well secured. When dealing with business break-ins, criminals are often Continue reading →
Love this blog post on how to build a pot belly stove heater for your man cave or shed.
I first came across it on the Woodwork Forums and so I asked the creator if I could repost their blog here which we have done so check it out below. I’d love to hear from people who have a similar experience repurposing gear for the sheds, workshops and garages. Send us a note in the comments section below about your projects. I’ve turned these images into a bit of a video at them end too.
How to make a potbelly heater from old brake drums.
No welding to cast necessary.
At least 17 people were injured when a tin shed collapsed after spectators at a tractor pull competition climbed on it in Rajasthan’s Sri Ganganagar district, 29th July 2018. The number of injured could be higher, local reports said.
Crazy stuff? Have you ever seen a large number of people on a shed roof. Sheds are generally not designed to take loads on their roof. if you are in a snow zone you should have your shed up rated for snow load or it could be damaged or collapse. Planning on loading it up with solar panels? Get it up graded or check with engineers on its load ability. Remember that the problems could start not when the initial load is there but when you add a person or two doing maintenance or a real heavy hail storm, or snow on the panels plus a person going up to clear it?
Introducing a new product “Corro Mount Vents”, a new system for adding some ventilation to your corrugated steel building. Especially handy for sub-floor situations. They are also great for under eave vents as well. Each vent comes with wire mesh to help you meet BAL levels if required. We make them for horizontal or vertical clad walls, just nominate when purchasing.
Poor ventilation increases the chance of termite attack, since subterranean termites prefer moist conditions to build their tunnels. Continue reading →
We would like to announce we’ve partnered up with Wide Span Sheds, which means you’ll be able to purchase any of their fantastic sheds through our website. Please fill out the form straight away if you’d like to receive a quote and we’ll help you out.
A lot of people will be wondering what kind of steel sheds are available, plus the benefits each one provides. It’s why we’re going to take a look at every Wide Span Sheds product page you’ll find on the site. We’ll throw in some little details you’ll need to know about. Continue reading →
Steel sheds have a variety of useful purposes and applications for homeowners. They’re an excellent way to create flexible spaces that suit specific functional needs. From extra storage to workshops, there’s practically no limit to their utility. There’s one thing that they can’t do without though, and that is appropriate lighting.
Over the past years, a noticeable shift began to occur from traditional lighting to LED lighting, thanks to its numerous benefits. This type of lighting has already gained considerable ground in Australia and is now more and more prevalent in workshops and backyard sheds. You’ve probably aware of the hype around LED lighting but are not sure what the reasons are to back this up. This is why we are going to elaborate on these benefits and how LED lighting is an ideal option for your shed, as well as suggest you some of the best solutions on the market: