I have recently bought a 12x8 ft shed. It has been assembled and ready for use. I am thinking about how to improve the storage area inside it. This shall require getting shelves.
The questions are as follows:
- Is this suitable to be put into shed?
- How is this supposed to be tied to the shed wall so it is safe (not prone to topple) without damagining the shed itself?
- Its feet are going to have a large pressure due to weight of everything on the shelf and the shelving system itself. Can this damage the shed floor?
The shed where this is going to be used is from UK brand "Forest" and is titled "Timberdale Tongue & Groove Pressure Treated 12×8 Reverse Apex Shed – Double Door". The description on the website is as follows: This extra large 12x8 Reverse Apex Workshop is a premium quality building with a great specification. The dimensions of the building make it ideal for use as a workshop, double doors with plenty of room for a workbench, chair, shelving and storage of large items and double windows for extra light. The strong solid timber Tongue & Groove floor means that storage of heavier items and floor-standing shelving is not a problem. Packed with high quality features and specifications.
- Premium Pressure Treated Timberdale Tongue & Groove 12x8 Reverse Apex Double Door Workshop from Forest
- Highest quality Tongue & Groove construction
- Robust Tongue & Groove boarded floor with supporting Pressure Treated floor bearers
- 2 opening windows with 4mm Toughened Safety Glass
- Double doors with diagonal double "Z" framing for strength
- High quality rim lock door latch supplied for security
- 12mm Tongue & Groove boarded roof with red mineral felt
- Pressure Treated with a 15 year Anti-Rot guarantee
- Made in the UK from FSC® certified timber
- Modular construction for easier handling & assembly
- Double Framing