What Should I Consider When Choosing Where To Put My Shed?A shed can become many things: a new storage space; an innovative business location; a snug little hide-away for when everyday life becomes too much. Building a shed can be incredibly exciting when you have a plan for its use, whether that’s somewhere to store garden supplies or a place to indulge in your hobbies. But getting a new shed can be quite a project. The great news is that we can make it easy to find the ideal model for you. The better news is that we also have some great tips to help you find the perfect place to put your dream shed.
Check Local Building Codes
In addition to planning permission, you should also pay attention to building regulations. These regulations apply where the new outbuilding is within the boundaries of an existing property. They may affect where you place the shed, the design and how it is constructed. The last thing you want to do is build your shed only to find that you have not followed local codes correctly. It’s much easier to check before you get started.
Consider How Big Your Shed Will Need To Be
Consider The Function
If you’re going to use your shed as an office, you might require electricity. If you need electrical lights and receptacles in your shed the easiest way to wire it will probably be underground through specialised conduit. Think about other utilities that may be in your way or obstacles such as concrete patios or trees. It is generally worth having a locating crew come out and show you where things are underground.
Look For Any Problems Near Your Planned Construction Site
If you have any questions regarding location, get in touch with our team today. We are passionate about customer service and we are always happy to help you get the most out of your shed.