Sheds, Garden Workshops and Dutch Barns are all incredibly versatile garden buildings. When thinking of uses for a shed, the first thought that pops into peoples’ minds is usually a place to store the lawnmower. This shouldn’t be the case, as a properly constructed garden building is the perfect way to create more indoor space in the garden, without the complications of cost and getting a traditional home extension.
Garden workshops are great for the hobbyist. From painting and modelling to music production and DJing, garden workshops are a great way to create a space for activities that you may not be able to do in your home. Whether you need quiet, privacy, or just a place to relax, a garden workshop is perfect for those who enjoy hobby based activities. They even make a great games room (perfect for teenagers looking for their own space).
Although sheds are mostly used to store gardening tools, they can also be used for the gardening itself! Potting sheds are becoming an increasingly popular greenhouse alternative, offering the benefits of light and warmth for young plants, as well as safety and a dry environment for tools and other items that you may want to store.
Although not traditional sheds, our dog kennels and runs are great for owners of dogs (and other animals) who prefer them to have their own residence. Each building is divided in to two spaces, offering an outdoor “run” area, as well as a cosy sleeping area.