Buying a shed is simple, but it requires some thought and planning to get the most out of your buy. People within the South West of Western Australia live in various kinds of lands with many different aspects to consider when buying and installing a new shed on their property. There are a number of things that can go wrong when deciding on a shed that can be easily avoided with some extra knowledge.
Unsatisfied with Your Shed?
People tend to buy from catalogues and brochures thinking they can save on their new shed, rather than designing a shed on their own. Unknowingly, this will cause dissatisfaction because custom designed sheds are proven to be more cost-effective than a pre-designed one and you get exactly YOU want.
To avoid this from happening, make sure that the shed you buy is exactly the shed you wanted which fits your needs.
Low Price versus Quality Service
Nowadays, almost anything can be bought on the internet. Sheds also are widely sold by different sellers on the net and some are dramatically lower price than those being offered in local stores. This can be due to the fact that these sheds are made from inferior quality materials and often don’t meet Australian Standards.
They won’t stand up to our tough Australian conditions. Local sellers, on the other hand, offer excellence customer service and a quality product – plus. if you require it, installation including all local permits.
Council Planning Laws for Bunbury and the South West
This could be the most costly mistake people make in buying a shed and usually occurs when buying over the internet. This happens when you buy a shed and suddenly find out that you are not allowed to build it due to planning restrictions, which require local council planning approval.
To avoid this, consult a local council in your area about the building restrictions. You can also ask the supplier before proceeding on your shed purchase if you are buying and installing the shed as they will handle the permits for you and know about local planning laws.
Failure to Plan Ahead with Your New Shed
The future is always a mystery. When it comes to your shed’s future, you should always consider what you might it for. You might want to buy a caravan or boat in the near future, so it is important to always ready your shed for this type of situation.
Cheaper sheds are fixed and cannot be extended when this time will come. You will need to buy another set for this. Sometimes buying a 2nd shed is the best option.
Before buying a new shed, consider what you need the shed for and try and think about your immediate and future needs. Discuss this with your shed builder when getting quotes and remember size may be governed by your local shire building or planning laws.
Building a Shed That is Too Small
You will just notice this mistake when you park your car inside your new shed for the first time and then found out that it is not high enough or your van can’t even fit in. This will spoil everything and will prove a waste of money, time and effort. Sheds should be big enough for your needs and you want to ensure you discuss the type of shed and options available for your requirements.
Contact CPR Outdoor in Bunbury for Quality Service in Designing, Supplying and Installing a Shed to Fit Your Needs.
CPR Outdoor is your shed specialist and one -stop shop when it comes to shed construction. From the initial planning to local council paperwork to the build and then the adding finishing touches; we can take care of the complete process for you.
Call the CPR Outdoor team in Bunbury on 9726 2311 or Busselton on 9754 2657 for a FREE quote today.