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Most small sheds erected around your average suburban home will be exempt from council building restrictions or the need for a permit before you put one up, but if you are considering a new garden shed in Australia then it pays to double‐check with your municipal council just to make sure. It’s also a good idea to pop next door to your neighbours, if you have them, and let them know that you’ll be putting something up in your yard that might affect their view or the sun their yard currently receives. Even if it doesn’t look like it affects them, it’s as good an excuse as any to pop around for a chin wag and a cuppa and let them know where you just bought your new shed and how affordable the prices were.
Are you looking for a tool shed? A workshop shed? Where’s it going and what are you going to fill it with?
The first thing you should be considering when you’re looking for a new garden shed is what you intend to use it for. Garden sheds make for great little storage solutions that can be as large as a freestanding garage or smaller and even tacked on to other buildings to save space. They keep whatever you’re trying to store safe from the harshest elements and can be locked to keep their contents secure.
You have a range of design options depending on the size and intended utilisation. Garden sheds are usually available in a variety of easy‐to‐follow DIY designs, like flat-packed furniture, but if you’re not very handy or you’re limited by what you can safely achieve on your own, there are a range of services out there who can knock your shed together for you for a modest fee.
Our selection of garden sheds come with flat roof construction, skillion and gable or truss ‐ roofs for extra head room and stronger framework, slider and hinged tall door designs, slim installations and extensions for making use of narrow spaces, you name it. If there’s room to put a storage solution in there, EasyShed has the right size, design and material ready for delivery.
The best sheds for the home garden and yard
If you’re looking for something small to store your tools and outdoor equipment around the home, then a little gable-roofed 3x3 might be exactly what you need. For larger storage that doesn’t take up too much room in the backyard, opt for a 6x3 garage shed. Our range of garden sheds are available in all sizes and styles, depending on your intended use. Extend the size and capacity of your existing shed or create a new space along the side of your house with off the wall range, in a back corner, or even in the front yard of your home.
Our range of steel garden sheds also come available in our extreme weather‐resistant Storm Shed styles designed to withstand category 2 cyclone conditions. These styles are peak roofed, to ensure the frame remains strong and to give you a little extra head room when you’re inside.
Other types of home and garden sheds
If it’s not tools and equipment that you’re storing, perhaps you’re storing birds or other pets? Choose from our range of aviary designs available in a variety of sizes to suit all kinds of animals. Our pet houses offer protection from the elements while keeping your animals safe and secure. These simple, flat‐roofed designs are available in both steel and zinc and come large enough for you to step inside, with a variety of door styles to choose from.
When it comes to choosing a garden shed, our advice is to opt for a versatile size and style that will serve multiple purposes beyond what you have intended for it initially. Our durable styles come with a lifetime warranty so your new shed will last you for years, and can be deconstructed and taken with you if you leave the property, so when you’re shopping for your new garden shed pick a design and size that you’re likely to get more use out of over the long term. Always go a fraction bigger than you think you need, too. Once you have a neat, weatherproof and convenient storage solution available, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you can find a use for that space
The cost to build your shed from scratch will depend on what kind of materials you have access to, what kind of shed you are trying to build and how much DIY experience and know‐how you already have.
If you’re looking for a farm shed, then buying your shed will be easier and cheaper in the long run. Large projects like farm sheds and hay sheds are precisely measured and manufactured to ensure they remain stable and can stand up to the elements. A quick look at shed prices online will also show you how much cheaper big, commercial suppliers can afford to be when they’re making their products in bulk. Customers stand the biggest savings here in both time and money. The skills you need for the reliable building and assembly of your own home‐made shed may be a bit weak for larger projects but definitely price compare, especially if you can lay your hands on some second‐ hand building materials that you think might do the trick.
Our range of high-quality garden sheds come in a range of adaptable designs that are pre‐cut and measured to ensure fast and reliable assembly.
Garden sheds make for perfect low maintenance and versatile outdoor storage solutions. EasyShed is proudly Australian owned and made, and offers you a range of sizes, styles and designs made from the highest quality materials, including ultra‐strong wind-resistant structures perfect for keeping your tools and equipment safe in some of the harshest weather Australia can throw at it. Our garden sheds come flat packed with easy‐to‐follow instructions and go up in minutes.
We ship all around Australia from our workshop in Albury, New South Wales.