Hail storms can cause serious damage to sheds and buildings, especially if your roof is old or made from less durable roofing materials. Taking steps to protect your roof from hail could give you greater peace of mind as winter approaches.
Your shed is almost finished once you’ve installed your sheeting, but there are still a few final touches to take care of.
Cleaning and maintenance are essential if you want your shed roof to stay looking good and remain heat efficient for many years, but you should always keep safety in mind when buying roofing supplies and carrying out routine maintenance.
In our series of articles on how to build a shed, we’ve already gone over buying the right materials and erecting the shed frame. This week we’ll look at installing the sheeting for the roof and walls.
The shape of gutters is one important aspect that will need to be considered when choosing between different pipes for building projects. The shape of your gutters won’t only affect how they look, but can also make a big difference to the efficiency of drainage in your property.
Once you’ve organised the materials for your shed, it’s time to start putting it together. This is done in two major stages: assembling the frame and attaching the panelling.
You can make lots of handy projects using sheet metal and light gauge galvanised steel. One of the most practical projects is to replace your old shed with new materials and have a gleaming new Colourbond one its place. Buying the component metal from Cardiff Metal Market is much cheaper[…]
No matter how experienced you are working with tools, at heights or with sheet metal, accidents can and do happen. In industry nowadays risk assessments are carried out on tasks before work can commence and before you begin DIY work there are some basic safety concepts to consider.