Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Why do shed prices vary so much?

A nice short piece by our friends Wonkee Donkee Forest Garden about some shed basics including size, construction type, walls, and floors. Here's a snippet about colour:
When you’re wondering which shed to go for, take a good look at the colour. Golden brown means it’s almost certainly made from dip-treated timber, which looks great but has to be re-treated every couple of years to keep it in good condition. A greenish brown shade indicates that pressure-treated (tantalised) timber has been used. This is more durable and requires very little maintenance, but costs more.
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1 comment:

  1. Good simple advice, never thought about the various treatment methods, but its obvious when you think about it.