When I replaced my shed roof, I used a thin piece of plank of internal wooden cladding painted with some preservative, after two winters this was faring badly against the weather (photo taken before the guttering was added) I’d spent
It had taken me a day’s work on my own to strip off the old window. Alan and myself then had installed one side of the roof in just a day. That left me 2 days to get the roof
As mentioned in the earlier post, I used to have some corrugated PVC on my shed roof and although it let in lots of light it also also let any heat out and then baked in the summer. There were
As part of my roof upgrade I’ve been putting felt on the roof. I used two layers of felt, the underfelt does not have the stone chippings on it that protect the felt from the effects of the sun. I’ve
When I inherited the Workshopshed I was impressed by the clear plastic roof and how much light it gave. However as the first winter hit I spotted that it provided no thermal insulation at all and also had some issues
A damp shed, workshop or garden building is not a good place to be. The damp can cause mold, mildew or fungus to grow and moisture can cause warping or cracking of the structure. Moisture can get to your building
There’s something truly special about creating, repairing, and crafting with our own two hands, isn’t there?
5 Essentials To Build A Safe And Functional Structure Building a workshop can be an excellent option for anyone who wants more space to enjoy their hands-on hobbies. It can help keep your DIY projects in one place, making it