1/ Are the garden sheds offered in a large range of sizes or is it just a few set sizes?
2/ Will the garden shed company make a garden shed in YOUR size if requested?
3/ Are the sheds being offered mass produced and stock piled in a yard or individually made for you specifically to your exact needs.
As we believe we should offer what the customer wants - and not what we expect you to take - we offer ANY size of building to suit your needs on the Diamond, Humber, Sapphire and Platinum Garden Buildings.
So whether you need a long narrow shed or an unusual size we CAN help. A shed 12 ft x 3ft. A workshop 15ft x 14ft - no problem etc. Make the most of that space you have and ask for a quote if the size you want is not on our extensive list of sizes.
Also all our sheds and buildings are made specifically for you, we do not stockpile them in a yard. You can be sure it will be freshly made to meet your needs and quality required.
1/ As well as the standard Apex (gable or inverted 'V' shape) roof and the Pent (mono-pitched or single slop roof) can you have a reversed (transverse) apex. This is where the building is wider than it is long. Can the pent shed also be reversed?
2/ Are you able to get a garden shed with the door (or doors) in any of the sides. Can the windows be moved to suit you and can you have extra windows, security windows or no windows. Will they open.
3/ Will the company be flexible enough to make the garden shed to suit you or are they just mass produced, will they be interested at all. Remember it is YOUR shed.
We offer the standard Apex and Pent styles of sheds and buildings as well as a transverse option (reversed apex). The doors and windows can go on any side to suit YOUR needs. You can also have extra windows or no windows, wider, stable and double doors, the choice is yours.
So don't compromise on what you want - and with added benefit of the building being built just for you know it makes sense. Your first choice should be for a garden shed from '1st Choice'.
Further articles about garden sheds, workshops and the type of timber cladding you should use to follow. Also about the truth behind so called 10 year guarantees