Shed Installation Diary
Here at Sheds.co.uk we pride ourselves on offering the best installation service possible and thought it would be beneficial to share a few stories and images with our customers from each month of the year.
Below you can browse through all of our diary entries from previous months, featuring installations we have carried out on a number of different garden buildings as part of our customers orders. Who knows! maybe your shed will be included in our next addition.
If you have used one of our garden buildings for an exciting project we want to here from you... Please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and you could have your build featured on our Customer Stories section.
November 2018 - Overhang and Veranda the Perfect Feature
In this month's diary we will look at some installations of log cabins, sheds and summerhouses throughout autumn period as it is a period of garden clean up and many customers are taking an action on their decisions to buy a shed (or any garden building for that matter).
May 2018 - Perfect Weather For Building a Log Cabin
Take a look at some of our favourite installations from the last few weeks and see how our customers are going to be enjoying the current up turn in weather. We also give you some inspiration on how you can transform your summer house.
March 2018 - Spring Cleaning Your Garden
With summer fast approaching it's that time of year when everyone is thinking about giving their garden a bit of a tidy up and in some case, a complete makeover.
February 2018 - What Shed Base Options Are There?
In this months diary we take a look at some of the different options available to customers when constructing a garden shed including what base should you use and when is the best time to treat your garden building.
January 2018 - Installing Sheds In Difficult Conditions
Welcome to the first of our new Installation Diaries in which we give you an insight in to the day to day operations of our professional installation team. Featuring a step by step installation of an Adley log cabin.