As the months get colder and the shed feels as if it is situated in Narnia, we tend to care for our gardens less. But it’s the ideal time to think of protecting your shed against the winter elements. And we have compiled a handy list to ensure that your shed and shed cladding remains in tip-top shape, whether it rains, snows, sleets or it is below zero.
Garden sheds, in particular, act as a multi-functional space that can be used to store your gardening implements and tools.
They come in a variety of shapes and sizes so it is certainly possible to find one that suits your lifestyle and the purpose you require it for.
The frame of the house is similar to that of a skeleton, providing the building with that much needed structural support and shape.
Timber framing is an exceptionally ‘green’ material, which is why it is highly used around the world today. Keep reading to find out more about timber framing structures.
Acquiring a timber garden shed is a great addition to any garden. It provides that much-needed storage space for garden tools and spare pieces of wood.
If you’d like a wooden shed but aren’t too fond of the colour of wood, or have a certain colour scheme in your garden you want to keep, you might want to look into painting your garden shed; but how do you go about that? you ask.
Below, Timber Shiplap Cladding are sharing a 5-step guide covering how to paint your garden shed!
We understand that timber cladding holds many accountable properties, but what exactly is the downside?
Like all timber, wood cladding is susceptible from damage from insect and fungus attacks. Less durable timber like European redwood should always be treated and, depending on how and where it is used, may need to be recoated. If your building is in an inner city or a difficult location, access will prevent a challenge.