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    Firstly, decide how you’ll be using the shed and what you’ll be storing in it. If you’re storing garden essentials such as your lawnmower, rakes and small garden tools, then a small shed is well equipped for your storage needs. Even if a space is minimal, a bike store is ideal. Small garden sheds range in size, starting from 4×6.

    If you will need enough room to store a BBQ, tools, and small garden furniture, your garden would be more suited to a medium-sized shed. For multi-uses, a large shed is an ideal choice. You can keep garden furniture, gardening tools, and equipment, as well as a workbench in a large shed.

    With our larger buildings, you’ll also have enough room create a workshop for your own business, DIY tasks or hobbies. Our shed’s vary in sizes up to 20×10 so you are guaranteed enough space for multi-purpose with a larger garden building.

    How Big Is Your Garden?

    The size of your garden will limit the size of the shed you can fit into space. If you only have a small garden or patio area to spare, then a small shed which is size 4×6, 4×8 or 10×8 metal shed will offer your garden valuable storage space. 

    A medium-sized garden can make great use as a shed which contains medium furniture and gardening tools and equipment. If you have a more extensive garden, a larger shed or workshop is ideal. 

    We offer sheds with dual entrances which would be suited to a large garden and maximise the accessibility. If you’re looking for a building on a budget, then our cheap garden sheds are available in a range of designs to suit your garden size.

    The Right Style Can Save Space

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    BillyOh Expert Tongue and Groove Reverse Apex Workshop

    One thing to remember is that you can find a range of shed styles in wood, plastic, and metal. Each material comes with its own advantages, so consider the options carefully.

    Wooden sheds don’t come with sliding doors, so if you need a space-saving solution, make sure you go for a metal shed instead. Plastic sheds also come in smaller sizes, so this is a choice you could also go for.

    Browse our great range of garden sheds to find a size which suits your garden!

    Take a look at a few of our customer stories to find out how much they are enjoying their new sheds:

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