Sir Taxalot wrote:
What are you wanting to keep in there though? I have a huge metal shed at the current place and we've just filled it with junk. There are a lot of cobwebs in there too.
And is there already a base or slab? I'd say that the base, and secure fittings are probably just as important as the shed material itself.
In the old house, I had a small metal shed that I bought off some bloke. I used it for the mower and some tools. I didnt even bother to make a base for it, I just plopped it down on the ground. It was a cheapy and eventually the door latch broke off but that didn't really matter, I just used some tek-screws to roughly fix it back on. It had sharp edges though and frankly didn't look great.
Also it blew over in some strong wind and got a bit bent, but I didn't really care much and just bent it back into shape. Cheap metal is not really as durable as you'd think. Then again, for under 200 quid, what else are you really expecting.
A lawn mower, strimmer, various garden tools.
The chairs for the patio set when not in use.
The bikes are kept in a bike shed, so locked away securely.