What sort of roof should my shed have?
When choosing a garden shed most of us think about size, colour and material, but probably don't give much thought to the roof configuration. It's definitely worth a moment's consideration though, especially in terms of where you might be putting your shed, and what you're going to use it for.
There are three common roof types for garden sheds. Skillion, Lean-to and Gable. Here's a quick rundown of each.
A Skillion roof slopes down from the back of the shed to the front. This makes them ideal for putting up against your house as any rain water won't run down your walls. The added benefit of Duratuf skillion sheds is that the front flashing directs water away from the door area. Non timber framed steel sheds usually just have a steel channel that traps water which then drips on your head whenever you open it!
Duratuf's skillion shed range includes: