6 x 6 Garden Sheds for Sale
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All of our timber sheds which we sell are not the 'cheap and cheerful' buildings you can buy online made from inferior materials and down to a price. After 40 years in the business we know what is important in making a quality garden shed - one that will last and will look good in your garden.
Don't risk buying a 'bad un'. Do your research and always, if possible, go and look at your intended purchase before signing on the 'dotted line'. Don't end up in the situation - if only! Visit one of our show sites and see for yourself how good our sheds are. You won't regret it.
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The common 6×6 shed has many many uses, from the mundane for the storage of garden tools
, for use as a garden workshop
where you can beaver away making various bit and pieces for the garden or indoors, some will use the shed for general storage where there is no space in the house, or for following different hobbies. Some people have converted their garden sheds
, by insulating and lining the building to keep it warm into garden home offices and it also inspires people to be artistic and creative.
The garden shed is always a place where you can get away from the bustle of the garden and the world and sometimes can seem like another world.
The quiet inspiration which sheds have given to people with creative minds is immense. These people have seen beyond the basic use and have taken these havens in the garden to inspire them in all manner of different things.
Many authors have used a garden shed for writing, Roald Dahl, the children’s author had his own special shed. Other famous writers know to have written in them were George Bernard Shaw, Rudyard Kipling and Dylan Thomas. They may have ‘tarted’ the sheds up but essentially they are the same as what we store our gardening bits and pieces in. Recently the well known, loveable comedian Vic Reeves admitted that he to uses his shed for creative purposes.
Vic, who hosted offbeat BBC TV quiz Shooting Stars wrote his book, Vic Reeves Book of Knowledge, about a book-cum-art-collection, in his garden shed over a period of 3 months. His shed gave him the tranquillity to concentrate away from the fast moving world around him. One of the highlights of the book, which sound pretty horrible to me, is the exploration of head lice.
He claims that if you are infected by head lice you will be ostracised from your barracks, mocked by women, oppressed, persecuted and even shot. So not to be recommended. Besides this there was a lot of good reading matter if you are into that sort of thing.
Hard to believe that something as simple as a 6X6 or 6×5 shed could be so much to so many for so many different reasons. Bearing in mind that, certainly commercially, garden sheds are a relatively new idea and have their roots in the 1950’s where many garden shed makers set up business to feed the demand it makes you wonder what people did before then.
Over the years many garden shed firms have come and gone, a lot of them making the ‘cheap and nasty’ sheds made down to a price. These companies have paid the price – where the number of complaints about the quality of the cheap materials which split and had knots dropping out – made them go out of business.