Monthly Archives: October 2011

ShedBlogs Shed Products Direct Insulation range now includes Insulbreak 55 & 80

We have extended the range of Insulbreak® from Kingspan’s Air-Cell products to include Insulbreak 55 and Insulbreak 80. They join Insulbreak 65 in the Insulation Shop so you can now order online and have them delivered to your home or … Continue reading

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Golf anyone? Cart away the old Shed and build a new one.

This old and approaching retirement Garden Shed has been replaced by a neat and very strong new steel structure. A new Golf Cart being the driving reason for this shed renovation. Sheds4u built this new shed on the existing concrete … Continue reading

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Steel Price Rise Coming, December 2011

We have been advised by BlueScope Lysaght that there is a steel price rise coming for goods delivered on and after the 5th of  December 2011. Products affected are Zincalume® Steel, Purlins, Topspan Battens and Deckform. Colorbond ® is not affected … Continue reading

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Buy Campbell Shed Products online with Shed Products Direct

Where can you buy shed and home sealing products? You can buy vermin proofing here! We stock the entire range of Vermaseal, Verminseal and Retroseal goods by Campbell Shed Products and offer them to you online at the ShedBlog website. … Continue reading

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Garden Sheds, exempt development, council requirements or size rules

3m x 3m Garden sheds, 9 square metres, would generally fall under the local council regulations as an exempt development. NSW’s State EPP allows up to 20m2 in most circumstances. Many other areas in Australia allow up to 10m2. Exempt … Continue reading

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What is a BOM list or Bill of Materials, why is it important to me?

What is a Bill of Materials or BOM in the Shed Industry A bill of materials or BOM is a list of the components or parts and the quantities of each needed to construct the end product, in this case, … Continue reading

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