I have a shed in my backyard that came with the house. It's made out of what I presume is steel sheet metal. Overall it's in good shape, but there is some rust damage on one side that is getting ...
I think I know the answer to this already but its worth a punt. I laid a 4mx3m shed floor (clearly badly), with about 10 cm of hardcore and 7.5cm of cement, that whilst in the middle appears fine, on ...
On a slight incline, How do I construct a wooden garage floor that is level, floating and not-anchored?
Here is the situation_ I am about to start building a shed/garage in my back yard, the whole yard slopes away at about 2-3 degrees from the house. The yard is currently block-paved (bricks) in the ...
Hi my question has 2 parts about piles and creating a subfloor. I want to install a 4.8x4.8m (~16'x16') summerhouse; its existing floor is 24mm (~1") floor boards on 75x50mm (~"2x3") floor posts. I ...