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Does Your Garden Shed Need Protection From Winter Gales?
The garden shed sitting out in the garden is often exposed to the worse of all the bad weather thrown at it so it's important to take all precautions to help it withstand these attacks. This means checking for any loose roofing felt, any gaps in the walls as well as ensuring the shed windows are sound. This can be seen a nuisance but if you take a few minutes and think about all the items inside your shed, which its protecting, then it makes sense. The weather forecast for last weekend included gale force winds and these exposed the smallest defect in the sheds of the UK. This weather would not normally be expected until we are deep into the winter but here they were. With the howling winds shed roofing felt was ripped off and any doors left open were rudely reminded they play second fiddle to nature. Any broken glass allowed wind and rain to invade the inner sanctum of the shed making the contents wet and ruining them. You will find that if you keep the shed in good condition and all the apertures, such as doors and window closed, this will pay off in the long run --- Carry On Reading- - - - - - .
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How To Treat Your Garden Shed or Summerhouse For Long Life
When you have a garden shed in your garden it will provide you with many uses for it , whether it is wooden, metal, plastic or concrete. When it arrives it will be in perfect condition and after it has been assembled will become a great addition to your garden. I'm not so sure about the cheap sheds which you can buy with their cheap chipboard or OSB floors and roofs. Beware as these cheap shed makers often describe these type of roofs as 'sheet material'. I wonder why?? However a certain amount of maintenance is required to keep it in good condition. This will probable involve applying a coat of treatment if you have a wooden shed as this will keep the worse of the weather off the building. Normally what happens is that the shed will get its first coat and when it due again, after a few years, often gets put off until when the weather gets better or when you have a little more time. And this is that start of a downward spiral. It does not have to be like that. --- Carry On Reading- - - - - - .

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