Monthly Archives: December 2013
We all use sheds for different reasons; some sheds are used for household storage, others are used for storing garden items and some are even converted into extra living space. When winter is approaching it is important you evaluate everything inside and outside your shed to ensure it is weatherproof. It is easy for us all to forget about the shed/garden building until spring comes around again, we all think “it will be ok for a few months” but really, you need to take good care to keep it in good condition because after all, nobody wants a damp shed, do they? Read below for our tips on how to waterproof a shed.
TIP: The weight of snow on a wooden shed roof can cause damage, such as making cracks in the timber which then lead to leaks. Therefore we advise you to remove snow from the roof to prevent this happening after heavy downfalls of rain.
Before the poor weather arrives, you should check the base of your garden building. Ideally the water shoul