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Shed Now or Shed Later

Should you build your shed now or later, that’s the question for new home builders.


If you're in the process of building your dream home and considering whether to invest in a garden shed, you might be wondering if it’s really worth the investment and if this decision can be made later on. The truth is, building a garden shed before your house is complete can provide a range of benefits that make it a smart decision.


One of the key benefits of building a garden shed during the construction phase is the potential cost savings in the long run. By coordinating with your builder you can seamlessly incorporate the concrete pad for your shed into your overall landscaping plan. This not only ensures a stable and level foundation for your shed, but it also allows you to take advantage of potentially getting a better deal on having all your concrete poured at once. Waiting until your house is complete to build the shed, on the other hand, can result in higher costs due to separate construction, delivery, and installation. By planning ahead and working with your builder, you can save money and ensure that your shed is integrated seamlessly into your overall house design.


Apart from saving money, having a garden shed already in place when you move into your new home can make life easier. You'll have extra storage space for tools, outdoor equipment, and other items that would otherwise take up valuable space in your home or garage. Plus, you won't have to worry about finding time to build a shed later on, which can be especially helpful if you have a busy schedule.


Not only is a garden shed functional, but it can also enhance your property's appearance. With a variety of styles, sizes and colours to choose from, you can customise your garden shed to match your house and your personal style using our Duratuf 3D Shed Builder. A well-designed garden shed isn’t just functional but can complement your house and add to the overall aesthetic appeal of your property.


Moreover, adding a full timber framed garden shed to your property can increase its value. This added value can be especially helpful if you plan on selling your home in the future. A garden shed provides extra storage space, can be used as a workshop, home office or even a hobby space and serve a variety of purposes, from storing your gardening equipment to providing a workspace for DIY projects like that She Shed your wife keeps talking about. By having one built during the construction process, you can ensure that it meets your specific requirements and preferences.


To sum it all up, investing in a garden shed during the construction of your house can provide a range of benefits that make it a smart decision. From saving money to increasing your property's value, a garden shed is a versatile and functional addition to any property.


So why wait?