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Response: Thanks for your note. I'm happy that your are pleased with your new summer house. It will make the great outdoors even more fun to look forward to. Regards, Robin
The home is the epicentre of our lives and where we normally feel most comfortable. When this is combined with a garden, if you are lucky enough to have one, we have to count our lucky stars. This is because the garden allows us to have our own piece of Britain where we can relax and enjoy time with our family in the open.
Because it is OUR home we normally will take even opportunity to improve it, whether it's a coat of paint, a complete revamp of the bathroom or kitchen or indeed many other things around the house.
This is where the garden can help improve your home and, in particular, the garden shed. The common garden building is so versatile that it can be used for a great many things. This can include general storage, as a workshop or hobby room or a space to have a den away from the family. In all instances the garden shed will play its part in the overall home experience.
By utilising the garden shed for storage of items which would otherwise be in the house, this will reduce clutter in the house making the home even more appealing. This action will improve the atmosphere in your home as well as the general outlook so is well worth considering.
The garden shed or summer house will give you the opportunity to sort out various tools and then store them in the shed ready for when required. This freeing up of internal space will be a great boost to the home and its occupants. But it's important to ensure that the shed is kept tidy which is easier said that done sometimes. It's so easy to bung everything in the shed as an quick option and this action will come back to bite you when you re looking for that special tool. So beware.
This is just one of the reasons if you are choosing a new garden shed to ensure you choose as large as one as possible. This is because the shed you buy nearly always ends up not being large enough. If you already have a garden shed then take the conscious decision to spend a weekend or two going through and throwing all surplus items including the many items kept 'just in case'. It may be that the items you throw away will be needed the week after but the chances are is that they won't and your only worry then is who to leave them to in your will.
Don't allow your garden shed to becomes a dumping ground and an unloved object. Don't just allow it to be a tatty building at the bottom of the garden, make it work for you. Give a little priority to your shed and it will pay you back in spades and help your home become a more organised area for you and your family.
If you are in the market for a new garden shed then ensure you do your homework. Steer clear of garden sheds which use chipboard, OSB board on the roofs and floors. Ensure that the framing is a good thickness, ideally 2x2, and that the cladding (the planks of wood on the wall) is T&G.
Even more importantly is take a look at your proposed outdoor summer house in the flesh, so to speak, at a display site such as this one. If you are unable to see the product beforehand then just hope for the best but prepare for the worse. That will reduce any disappointment which may come your way.