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Does a garden shed need council approval?
Most small sheds erected around your average suburban home will be exempt from council building restrictions or the need for a permit before you put one up, but if you are considering a new garden shed in Australia then it pays to double‐check with your municipal council just to make sure. It’s also a good idea to pop next door to your neighbours, if you have them, and let them know that you’ll be putting something up in your yard that might affect their view or the sun their yard currently receives. Even if it doesn’t look like it affects them, it’s as good an excuse as any to pop around for a chin wag and a cuppa and let them know where you just bought your new shed and how affordable the prices were.
What is the difference between a shed and a garage?
There is no strict scientific difference between a garage and garden shed but often when people refer to a garage, they’re talking about permeant and unmovable structures while sheds are usually considered steel or zinc constructions, wood or plastic, which can be easily deconstructed and moved. You can, of course, lay down a concrete slab as a permanent base for your backyard shed which makes it a lot more permanent. Garages are typically used to store vehicles but our range of garden sheds come large enough to store a fleet if you need to. Browse online to find the ideal garden shed for your space and purposes. Our options are affordable, durable and ready to ship straight from our warehouse. For most garden sheds, they’re easy to put together following easy‐to‐read instructions and requiring a basic toolkit. For our large shed range, it’s best to get someone to help.