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The number of Australians whose home is also their primary workplace is approaching one million. It’s becoming more popular because it’s getting easier, but at the same time the daily commute is becoming less and less appealing. If you had the option of working from home...

There are sheds and there are sheds. We love them all, but we know that not every shed is ‘fit for purpose’. We have a range of sheds that can be used for whatever you want – in fact, most of our sheds are flexible enough...

As much as Australia has a long history of sheds and a deeply ingrained ‘shed culture’, garden and backyard sheds have come a long way from the days of our grandparents. Just a couple of generations ago, every suburban house had a shed of some sort....

Last year, we listed 6 things you should know before buying a shed. That’s stilla must-read post (see what we did there?) before you buy a shed … and here’s the list without the detail: 1. Local council rules 2. Weather conditions 3. Foundations 4. Positioning 5. Design 6. Purpose Now we’re going...

Do you work from home or would you like to? You’re not alone. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) survey Characteristics of Employment, Australia, August 2015, found that: “Almost a third (3.5 million) of all employed persons regularly worked from home in their main job or...

If you’re just storing stuff, potting plants, or pottering around in your shed, chances are you won’t need electricity. As soon as you decide that you want to do some work in it, it’s time to think about power. You might simply want some light, or several...

Having a shed can change your life … or, at least, your lifestyle. There’s a lot to be said for simply adding some extra storage space, if you need that, or having a dedicated place for your lawnmower, wheelbarrow, and garden tools, or to tinker with...

Sometimes in life, inexpensive is the way to go. It is never the way to go when you want something to last. Hopefully, we don’t have to convince you that outdoor sheds fall into that category (the lasting one, not the you-can-get-away-with-buying-a-cheap-one one). But, just in case you’re...

The truism “you can’t improve on nature” may not always apply to building materials, however it’s still very hard to go past wood for its strength, versatility, ease of use, and visual appeal. When it comes to putting something in your garden – be it furniture...

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