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The common garden shed may be used for storage, a play house, workshop, home office, getting out of the sun or simply for a little piece and quiet. Whatever the purpose of your garden shed design, contemplate the fact that a familys needs are ever changing for example a family who have had a baby will certainly need more storage but long-term may wish to have a play house. A family with children might decide to go on camping or cycling holidays rather than face the stress of airports, hot temperatures and unfamiliar food. Whatever situation arises within the family it often results in having to part with hard earned cash and needing more storage space. It is worth keeping all of this in mind when planning a shed; if you try to make the space as multi functional as possible it could save money in the future.
In your budget be sure to include a few accessories such as specialty wall hooks for hanging your garden tools. You should also consider a shed plan that features shelving, or you can purchase ready-made free-standing shelving from your local hardware store.
You budget will decide what kind of shed you can build and that in turn will decide what kind of shed plans you must purchase. You don't want to end up getting the plans for a large shed and then realizing you just don't have the money for buying all that timber. If you are building a smaller shed but you still have a considerable budget, then think of getting more expensive high quality timber. If you want to keep it cheaper, then you could use reclaimed lumber or leftover lumber from lumber yards.
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