One ongoing issue with the Workshopshed is the space to work. The space is shared between projects, tools, garden equipment and toys. There are also some overflows from the house such as decorating items. I managed to get the bench
Asgard Steel Storage design and manufacture steel sheds and storage from their facility in West Yorkshire. Christopher Raby, one of the Asgard longest serving Engineers has kindly offered to answer a few questions for us. He loves the functionality and
Workshopshed: Today’s post is from writer and home improvement/DIY lover Cory from productadvisor.com. When he told me about his plans to build a workshop I thought it would be great to share them and help answer some of Cory’s questions.
Until now my 3D printer has been living in it’s box in the corner of the kitchen. Which means it can only be used when the kitchen is not in use, when the noise won’t disturb anyone and when there’s
If you’re anything like me, your shed might resemble something like the picture above. Though I do my best to keep my shed organized, there are still random items on the floor and I’m constantly digging through tool boxes to
My workshop is often a complete mess. I put tools down and get called away, I buy a load of scrap or bits and pieces for projects and then pile them up in the corners, on the floor and, too
When you’re working in your garden, there’s nothing more frustrating than having a tool that simply will not do its job. Very often the cause of this problem is poor maintenance and care. With time, wear and neglect both manual
So that that my furnace bits and pieces did not have to sit on the floor I decided to build a simple metal shelf. I bought some angle iron (15x20x1mm) to form two of the sides. I also used an