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    Would not recommend one of those tin sheds to anyone for all the above reasons plus every time you go in it, it sounds like Ralph Harris has moved into the neighbourhood with his thunder board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen262 View Post
    This was mine after the wind got a hold of it image.png
    Pays to put your name and address on the man/woman, cave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen262 View Post
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    You are ment to put a cement base in to hold em down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    Get someone to make you up a metal frame,then buy the sheets pre cut with the cloth type anti drip lining,these can then ither be dome head bolted or large head rivited onto the frame,1000 times better than shop cr-p working out about 20% less money to.
    This. If you don't fancy putting it together yourself you could always look at hiring a local tradesman which should be less than a days labour
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    You ar ment to put a cement base in to hold em down.
    It was on a concrete base and bolted down, they are just so flimsy it just ripped it apart
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen262 View Post
    It was on a concrete base and bolted down, they are just so flimsy it just ripped it apart
    You are correct,i had a 20ft garage type which after a few years fell to bits,mind a storm did not help,better by 1000 times a box container from back of truck or the metal ones you see at docks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevskoda View Post
    You are correct,i had a 20ft garage type which after a few years fell to bits,mind a storm did not help,better by 1000 times a box container from back of truck or the metal ones you see at docks.
    What kind of base did you put these onto?
    You are right, they are really handy. I've rented them from storage companys (on their sites) and found them really useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildebus View Post
    What kind of base did you put these onto?
    You are right, they are really handy. I've rented them from storage companys (on their sites) and found them really useful.
    I have a shipping container and wagon backs and they are just sat on the grass, and have been for the last 15 years without problems
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    The metal sheds need thousands of screws, thay take longer to put up than wooden shed

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