Gable Roof Shed 3.0m X 3.0.m X 2.10m $599 + $99 Delivery (Was $975) @ EasyShed

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    My son purchased one of these. They are not like the standard prefab shed. First you have to build the walls and the door and mount the hinges and lock. There is room for error. His turned out ok but the prefab ones where the walls are preconstructed and you just put on the roof are significantly easier to build. Not saying dont do it but be aware.

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      Agreed. Just finished building 4.5m x 2.8m shed over two Sundays with the help of two mates. Over seven hundred screws, you need to pre-drill some holes, instructions not the best and require trial and error ending up in threaded holes. In hindsight would have been better with pre-maid or paying someone to install.

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        Helped my brother build one of these a few months ago and it was far from easy. There is a lot of room for error.

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    anyone know a rough cost to lay the concrete floor for one of these ?

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      I used pavers. Not an answer to your question, but an alternative.
      Just don't forget to stake it down.

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      I have a shed 3 metres by 1 metre, and the slab cost me 30 bags of concrete from Bunnings @ $7.50 each, plus $65 to hire a concrete mixer from Kennards - $290 in total, but you'll also need some plastic sheeting to lay under your concrete and some bits of wood to build a frame to pour into.

      This shed is three times as big, so you're looking at cool thousand bucks. Might be cheaper to actually get ready-mix concrete delivered…

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      I paid $1500 for a 3x5m slab

    • +1 vote

      You could also lay some stones down and put a plastic sheet under to help with moisture and use these blocks make a wooden floor.

      https://www.bunnings.com.au/deko-250-x-150-x-150mm-instant-c...

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      your not in perth by any chance are ya?

  • +5 votes

    https://www.simplysheds.com.au/factory-clearance-garden-shed...

    $479 - Only in green, but free delivery to homes in metro areas.

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    It's horrible. Assembly was pain. Holes wasn't matching. Check in Bunnings for better options

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    The Bunnings Endurashed are the same just rebadged for Bunnings so they don't have to price match.

    They are not the easiest to but together.There so called 5 step easy built is:
    Build the 4 wall and roof with 1000 screws

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    Yep building these is hard! I'm looking at using a prefab option for my current one even if it costs a bit more

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    I put one of these together easy as… Did not feel sturdy until it was anchored though.

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    Price seems quite high. Standard price for same size Absco shed at Mitre10 (which I actually got on sale or something for $100 less) and didn't need to pay delivery.

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    Got one of these as well. Cheap but as per first comment not the easiest to put together. Also they use mainfreight to deliver which weren’t great.

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    Lol, I want one of these just to see if they really are hard to assemble, shame I won’t need a shed for a while.

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    I have a similar one with sliding door. Took a while to build and a few extra holes left over that needed sealing for rain