Sheds4Less Customers Garden Sheds

Sheds4Less customers send in photos of their garden shed projects for all to share
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Back in 2016 (we have been making sheds since 2010) I got an email from Frank that asked, “Are your sheds easy to assemble as I am just on 90 years old?” I responded, - “Yes, we have made things as simple as possible without taking short cuts.” Since then, we have made our instructions easier to follow and included QR codes linked to video clips to make assembly even easier. I am happy to report Frank is still active at 98 but as our sheds last a forever, he won’t have to assemble another shed in his lifetime. – Good one Frank.
an open metal garage door on the side of a brick building with stairs leading up to it
Laurie's Narrow Shed
Laurie needed a narrow shed for the side of the house. This 0.8 x 3.0 metre shed with double sliding doors and an end door fitted the bill. Note the bottom channel protector that we include free with all our sheds.
an outdoor storage shed on the side of a brick building
Lauries New Shed
This is a 0.8 x 3.0 metre shed with double sliding doors and an end door. Great for down the side of the house.
some plants and trees in front of a house
Jerry's Onyx Grey Shed
We have recently extended our range of sheds to include a dark grey color. Dark grey has become a very popular color used in steel products like roofing, guttering and window frames. Jerry was our first grey customer.
a small shed sitting next to a large tree
Tight Garden Shed
Guy had a large but tight spot in his yard that was just wasted space. It was in the back corner and bordered by a fence on 2 sides with a large gum tree restricting access. He was able to turn this into useful storage by selecting a 1.5 x 5.2 metre shed with a sliding door in the end and double sliding doors in the 5.2 metre side. This gave him 7.91 M2 of storage. A great solution.
an outdoor storage shed with its doors open on the grass in front of a fence
Clever Use of a Doorway
David created an outdoor cupboard using a storage rack and a side door. Very clever!
a small metal shed sitting in the middle of a field
Shed with a View
Just check out the view in the background. John's got a shed with a view.
an empty room with wooden slats on the wall and door to another area in front of it
Hidden in Plain Sight
Can you see the hot water service?
a man standing in front of a brick wall holding a bottle with his arm out
Every Inch of Space
This shed looks like it grew there!
an outdoor shower with a hose attached to the side of it, in front of a fence
Nice and Squeezy
Now this is a tight space used well.
As backyards get smaller we need to rethink shed design. 10 years ago 3 x 3 was the most common sized shed. Today you need something a bit smaller. Here is our new 2.3 metre, but still with double hinged doors so you can get good sized equipment in and out easily. Design, Garage Storage Racks, Door Numbers, High Walls, Shed Design, Building A Shed
Shed Selector - Gable 2.3H2 | Choose your shed length
As backyards get smaller we need to rethink shed design. 10 years ago 3 x 3 was the most common sized shed. Today you need something a bit smaller. Here is our new 2.3 metre, but still with double hinged doors so you can get good sized equipment in and out easily.
a man standing in the back of a storage shed
1.2 metre sheds
Ideal for between the house and fence, a 1.2 metre wide shed with an end door gives you more space than you think. Just check out Chris's new shed.
a man standing in the back of a storage shed
1.2 metre sheds
Ideal for between the house and fence, a 1.2 metre wide shed with an end door gives you more space than you think. Just check out Chris's new shed.