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Do Not Neglect Your Garden Shed
The garden shed is at the heart of the traditional English home and is a valuable resource for the home owner. To this end these garden sheds are revered and generally are very well looked after. But at the other end of the spectrum many garden sheds are left to their own devices which is a shame. By looking after your garden shed you can prolong its life which will save you money in the long run. You won't have to replace it before its time is up along with the added expense and the work involved in emptying out the shed and getting rid of the old one. Many garden shed owners take a great deal of pride in looking after one of their best friends with regular treatments helping to keep the worse of our British weather at bay. My recommendation, from my experience of making garden sheds for over 30 years, is to use a good quality spirit or oil based preservative rather than the cheaper water based treatments available. The reason for this comes from my experience over all the years in this wonderful garden shed business. I've certainly come across all sorts of ideas, some good, but also some very bad. --- Carry On Reading- - - - - - .
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How To Look After Your Garden Shed & Buildings for Long Life
The good old fashioned British garden shed, loved by most, are available in many shapes and sizes and this is visible within most gardens. Most are well cared for, some are showing signs of being unloved and some are in a state of disrepair, probably beyond repair. But when you think of their usefulness of these buildings maybe you will take a look at your shed to see what needs doing. Your garden shed, which has been sitting unassumably (if that is a word) at the bottom of your garden guarding your precious tools, bikes, garden furniture etc. year in year out does needs a little looking after. When your new shed arrived you had every good intention of caring for it but like most resolutions they tend to be forgotten. Now is the time to give your shed some payback. The most important thing is to make sure there is no water getting into your shed, and during the winter - snow. The obvious place to start is the shed roofing felt. --- Carry On Reading- - - - - - .

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