These day sheds aren’t always used for your traditional garden storage solutions, they can be so much more.
Have you ever had a pipe dream of being your own boss? Got a hobby that just takes up too much equipment to keep in your home? Why not turn your trusty garden shed into your very own empire or your favourite place to escape. Did you know some of the biggest companies today started life in a shed?
In the run up to winter professional and amateur gardeners alike will want to ensure they’re prepared. They should also be thinking about what they can plant and grow during the colder months. Asgard has created a useful infographic to illustrate some of the most important things to take into consideration when winter comes.
Metal sheds are one of the most durable and secure garden sheds you could buy to keep your prize possessions safe and tidy. Metal sheds are stronger, more secure than alternative types of garden sheds, and they require less maintenance.
If you’re looking for a metal garden shed over the traditional wooden versions you probably have security in mind.
The humble garden shed; a place where you fling all the stuff you can’t be bothered to organise in the house; a place so disorganised and chaotic, it’s like stepping into an unknown dimension, full of dark scary objects you don’t ever remember being the owner of.
The UK has seen a rise in the popularity of garden sheds over recent years, which can be attributed to our ever-expanding list of products we own that simply can’t fit inside the house. Security is another concern for many household, and simply leaving your possessions in the garden or an unsecure shed just won’t cut it these days.
If you own an Asgard shed you won’t find any spiders inside. Asgard sheds are spider-proof. However, if you own a wooden, plastic or another brand of a metal shed, you’re likely to find the following species of spider lurking around in the dark corners.