Monday, April 21, 2008

Choosing a shed - Compton Buildings

Beauty is very much in the eye of the beholder but to be honest, I can't say that Compton's concrete garden buildings do much for me. However, you may quite rightly beg to differ. As they say, Compton's buildings are built to last, are virtually maintenance-free, are not going to burn down (a major consideration for shedworkers like myself whose garden office is stuffed to the gills with paper) and are very secure. If this is the kind of thing you like, then do have a look around. Personally, I prefer their timber smoke shelters.

1 comment:

  1. Concrete sheds don’t have to be boring

    Gone are the days when prefabricated concrete buildings were on supplied in plain grey concrete finishes. These days a concrete shed can offer the security and be aesthetically suiting to most garden environments.

    Available is a wealth of accessories including PVC fascias often available in a choice of natural wood finishes such as mahogany or light-oak, access doors including PVC French doors or woodgrain effect security doors. Roof design can often make that difference so ask about granular steel or fibre-cement tile effect.

    Lets not forget that these concrete sectional panels are steel reinforced and almost impenetrable through forced entry.