FAQ’s about Sheds

What comes with my shed kit?

Your shed kit will come with all the parts needed for you to complete it including:
The steel for the frame, roof, walls, flashings, guttering and downpipes
All connection plates and brackets
All the fasteners – bolts screws etc
Roller doors and/or PA (Personal Access) doors if ordered
Whirlybirds if ordered
Skylight Panels if ordered
Component list detailing all the parts in your shed
Construction Manual
Engineering drawings and forms

Is delivery included in the price of the shed?

Where possible, we will always try to include the delivery cost with your shed so that you get a much truer figure for your project.  Delivery is available to most areas at a minimal flat delivery rate and if you can provide us with a full address, we can include the price of delivery. In some other more remote areas, the freight cost is POA (price on application), or you may find an external or local carrier may be a better option.

What colours can I choose from?

You can choose from any of the colours available in the standard colorbond ranges, as well as zincalume.

Will my shed be easy to build?

Every shed comes with a component list, engineering drawings and construction manual to assist you in making the job as straight forward as possible.

Will I need council approval?

It is recommended that you check with your local council or private building certifier first about your shed project. In most cases, you will need council approval for your shed.
To assist you, your shed will come pre-engineered with the relevant engineer’s forms and drawing included for you to lodge for certification and approval.
Note: A deposit is required for release of the engineer’s drawings of the shed.

Do I need any tools to erect my shed kit?

Below are some of the tools recommended when erecting your shed:
Cordless drill and/or screw gun
Hammer drill
Extension leads
Tin Snips – left and right handed
Various spanners or sockets
Hammer
Spirit level
Laser level
String line
Pencil
Tape Measure
Chalk Line
Rivet Gun
Silicone and Silicone Gun
Aerial equipment may be needed – Ladders, Mobile Scaffold or Scissor Lift – depending on shed ordered and local regulations

Can anyone erect my shed?

You may be able to do it yourself or use a builder or installer. Check beforehand for any requirements on your part.

How do I pay for my shed?

Payment is by either cheque or direct deposit.
An initial deposit is required for release of the engineer’s forms and drawings for council approval.