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  1. #11

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    i went for lorry bodies..... from transit luton to an 18 foot box off a mercedes 7.5 tonner usually arround 300 quid delivered, alloy or glass fibre walls with translucent glassfibre roofs and lockable roller shutter doors... got 5 at the moment

    nottomention the 12 foot towable site office ,thats got lights and a heater.
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    Thanks for all the replies.Yep condensation came to mind,and the flimsyness of such structures.
    I'm a Plater by trade so no probs with building one...it's time that's the factor,what with trying to get the MH finished...not enough time plus the rain never seems to stop at the mo.
    Cheers to everyone who replied
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    i’m on a mobile home site so not allowed to have wooden constructs fences garages or sheds i bought two 4’x6’ metal sheds fitted side by side as a fence around the lpg tank not brilliant construction was a pig about 500 parts bolts sheets etc only solid once every thing is in place wouldn’t fancy building a larger one, there are some reasonable resin sheds about costco do a good range,

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugbyken View Post
    i’m on a mobile home site so not allowed to have wooden constructs fences garages or sheds i bought two 4’x6’ metal sheds fitted side by side as a fence around the lpg tank not brilliant construction was a pig about 500 parts bolts sheets etc only solid once every thing is in place wouldn’t fancy building a larger one, there are some reasonable resin sheds about costco do a good range,
    Ahhh COSTCO !!!, I haven’t heard or been to a Costco for years now, I Love them,,,Brilliant places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runnach View Post
    The ultimate man cave.

    I have recently purchased a 20x8 foot shipping container, which is to replace my crumbling brick and wood workshop, I wanted the quick fix, hence container purchase. Delivery pending.

    Ps, cost just under a grand with delivery, some welding is required and, I managed to get a significant amount off, as cheap welders are hard to find!!
    I have 2 of them at £200 each,fantastic job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by karakachan View Post
    Thanks for all the replies.Yep condensation came to mind,and the flimsyness of such structures.
    I'm a Plater by trade so no probs with building one...it's time that's the factor,what with trying to get the MH finished...not enough time plus the rain never seems to stop at the mo.
    Cheers to everyone who replied
    Similar to you, fab/welder, with a time issue, hence the 20x8 container, quick fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    I have 2 of them at £200 each,fantastic job.
    Trev, thats a trailer!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by runnach View Post
    Trev, thats a trailer!!
    Parcel force backs which are 20ft long with shutter door and a side roller ,all with locks.
    The trailer is one i made for my boat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Parcel force backs which are 20ft long with shutter door and a side roller ,all with locks.
    The trailer is one i made for my boat.
    That is a damn fine looking item there (bit spoilt by the lump sticking out on top, but probably grind that off )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robmac View Post
    My daughter bought one, (Not sure where from though).

    She said she would never have one again due to terrible condensation problems.
    Same here Rob - bloody useless for storing anything.
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    John

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