Shed Base Company has many useful hints and tips on how to install a plastic shed base. Many of these are posted within our blog pages. All blogs posts are aimed to help the decerning gardener to create the most amazing features they will be proud of to call their hard work and amazing creation.
With the feedback we have received from a few customers in the past we have decided to create a "How to Build a Plastic Shed Base" Blog to help any customers who are thinking of buying or have already bought the base through the process of laying our incredibly strong and easy to lay base. Going through the entire project in simple steps listing each material needed, everyone can follow this guide to install their own base. Should there be any questions regarding the installation process that this guide has not answered for you then please do not hesitate to leave us a comment stating what else you would like to know. Happy base installing!
With summer quickly approaching and the sun creeping out from behind the clouds, now is the perfect time to get your garden sorted for the foreseeable future. With possible BBQ's or just some lounging around on the horizon there is no better time to get yourself a brand new shed. You can store all of your gardening tools, deck chairs, fold out tables and maybe even toys in there! With that good of an investment waiting to be claimed make sure you get your wooden or metal building of opportunity the correct foundations to have the best chance of surviving for years to come. In this case study Shouvik has just ordered his Shed and needs a base, read on to see what he did decide on.
With spring upon us and summer quickly approaching many of us glance over to our gardens that have been neglected throughout the winter months. If your garden is looking in need of a little TLC why not get your restoration project underway as soon as possible using our Plastic Shed Bases. Providing an almost invisible when filled foundation on which to stand a brand new shed or summerhouse for everyone's use throughout the summer months and beyond! This case study shows Brian giving his garden some TLC, read on to see what he did to make sure his garden is more than ready for the summer!
The closer and closer it gets to summer the awful thought of "how will we keep the kids occupied?" crosses your mind. Around and around it goes in your head, you may well be taking them on holiday for 2 weeks, got them an Xbox but there will still be the complaint; "I'm Bored!". Which is what our customer in this blog has already planned against, buying a playhouse for his children to play in once the British summer arrives. However he also wants the playhouse to last for as long as possible, so the right foundations had to be in place. Read on to see the fantastic plastic base he chose to ensure the playhouse does last for years.
Everyone has that spare room in their house or the old garden shed, the dump it may as well be called. A few old toys, bikes, tools and lots more stuff you probably forgot you had. Why not tidy out that room or shed, keep the things you may need and take the rest to a charity shop? Then buy yourself a handy little storage unit for your Garden, a secure and inexpensive way to store your tools or bikes. Not only are they cheap but they also require little maintenance. Peter was looking for a suitable storage room and bought himself a plastic one from B&Q. The next stage was sorting out the base, see what he decided to do by reading on!
That's right! We have a sequel to "Greenhouse Base Customer Review". Who would have thought that? If you haven't read the first one already scroll down and have a read. If you have, come and see what Mike has done this time to improve his already brilliant Greenhouse. Well, spoiler alert; it's bigger by the end!
Have you ever stood looking at your garden thinking "something is missing" but can't quite put your finger on it? If you haven't then please let everyone know your secret! If you have, like most of us, you're most likely 1 or 2 things away from making it perfect. Whether it be a place to relax or a nice feature just to spruce up the garden a little. In this case study Peter had the same thought, what could make this garden perfect? A summerhouse! Which lead him on a path, all the way to us, a plastic shed base company! Read on to see what Peter did to make his garden perfect!
If you are already a shed or cabin owner with a wooden base, the chances are unless you have taken every precaution then your wood may have started to rot. This means water is being absorbed by the wood and damaging the support. It can be an extremely tough job replacing them. Using our shed base ensures that the ground under your base is permeable, so no water can get sucked up by your shed or the support. Meaning no big replacement job needed either, see what our customer Loron decided to go with in our blog below!
We’ve all been there, searching the internet for a quick solution to your problem. Finding only the more common solutions which are usually either costly or require a whole lot of effort is most likely whats happened.
Now imagine you've just got your new shed and need a base, you have concrete or wood bases. Which to choose? Why not search beyond the 'common' and find a base like ours! Lighter, easier to assemble and far quicker to lay, meaning your shed can be put to use the same day! Luis had just bought a new shed and needed a base, see if he went for the common option or not!
Needing a new shed is something almost everyone goes through in their life, but the thought of having to pay so much money for somone to come and lay a concrete base puts most people off even looking for a new shed. What if we told you there is a cheaper and quicker way to have a sturdy base for your shed? Read on to see what time and money saving yet still very effective base Joanne picked for her new shed!
Buying a shed can be the most exciting of times, but a few months later when the very predictable wet British weather has had its way with your shed, where does all that moisture go? With more common conrete or stone slab approaches to shed bases, the moisture is soaked up by your shed. Which means soon enough you will have a wet and rotten shed. With a plastic shed base the moisture takes natures course, slowly disappearing into the ground below the base meaning a happy, dry and not rotten shed for you! Read to see how Stuart approached his shed base.
When it comes to deciding on a base for your Greenhouse. There are mutiple options available. Concrete, wood or our option; plastic grid which can withstand 420 tonnes of weight per square meter. Read our customer Mike Andrew's review of the base which was installed Autumn 2016.