Batten down the hatches, winter is coming!
As winter steadily approaches, it’s all well & good to make sure that your heating is turned on and the extra blanket comes out, but it’s also certainly worth just having a think about how you’re going to make sure that your shed, summerhouse or wooden garden building is suitably prepared for the weather that accompanies the festive period.
All it takes is a watchful eye & a little bit of maintenance to make sure that, having invested in a shed, you get the most out of it. So here are a few tips to make sure you do just that!
Make sure your shed is suitably waterproof
The first, and most delicate, step is one that here at Chigwell Sheds we can guarantee taking care of for you – making sure that your shed is correctly installed in the first place. Our skilled installation team, headed by our very own director, Neville Wright, is very experienced & will not leave an installation until you are happy that the very best job possible has been completed. So, whilst you can rest assured in the knowledge that your shed has been erected to the highest standard, it is important not to neglect the next few steps which can really maximise your shed’s lifespan:
Finally, sometimes once you’ve carried out your maintenance checks the realist has to step in, admit that your shed is simply too far gone & that it may be time for a new one. Here at Chigwell Sheds we have a vast range of high-quality sheds to replace that old battered one – from our range of practical tool sheds, to bike sheds, to our garden studios – we’re a small, dedicated & personable team determined to help you find a shed that fits your specific requirements. All you need to do is give us a call & we’ll be more than happy to chat through any questions or thoughts.
Check out our customer gallery for some of our recent projects, we’re currently able to offer installation within 4-6 weeks of ordering.