Given the material, wooden garden sheds can be the easiest type of shed to set up in the garden. With the help of one or two people, you can finish installing a wooden shed within a matter of hours.

Since it is the traditional garden shed material, you will just need to put out a hammer, screwdriver and other basic tools to finish the job. Our wooden designs also come with a comprehensive assembly manual, making sure that you will never go wrong in installing one on your own. In fact, our sheds are so easy to put together we even sell them to garden centres and other suppliers – that’s how much they love them!

2. Parts are easy to replace

Compared to plastic and metal sheds, wooden designs’ parts are easier to replace. For example, once a panel in the wall has been damaged, you can easily find the part and change it. You can also opt to practice proper wood maintenance to avoid the need for any replacement.

3. Great aesthetics for your garden


Some homeowners plan on building a concrete or metal storage area in their gardens. These structures that are built separately from the house require planning permission before they can get installed.

However, little did a lot of us know that compared to these two materials, a wooden shed does not require planning permission since it does not need a massive foundation.

5. Naturally insulated


Most plastic and metal sheds are installed merely according to their design. However, if you want to improve your shed and add more details into it such as a workbench, a tool wall or even an extension, it can be extremely difficult.

Wooden sheds can be the best material for a variety of modifications. It enables easy, practical and durable solutions that metal or plastic do not allow. These changes to a wooden shed can also be more durable and long-lasting if you ever decide to apply them to different garden shed materials.

As mentioned earlier, you can also customise a wooden shed’s look or colour. It can either be painted with a transparent coating or your preferred hue.

Also, the inside of a wooden shed can be more ideal for modification since it has a better and healthier climate than other garden shed materials.

7. Multiple uses

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