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1 hour ago, hagar the horrible said:

Had a garden shed built to my spec by the outfit at Laurel bank, I believe they have gone, anyone else offering similar locally?

Darren who ran grill pit and timber pit at laurel bank ( and now grill pit at coffee cottage )is still doing shed orders and construction. He has a FB page as Grill Pit, you can Message him via there.

He’s putting up my new store shed tomorrow.

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I bought an off the shelf shed from B&Q which is a little flimsy but does the job.  It has a tendency to blow away rather alarmingly in strong winds so I weighed it down with a load of breeze blocks inside.

Previously I bought a shed from across and had it delivered by Island Express, because that worked out cheaper than buying it on island

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34 minutes ago, BallaDoc said:

I bought an off the shelf shed from B&Q which is a little flimsy but does the job.  It has a tendency to blow away rather alarmingly in strong winds so I weighed it down with a load of breeze blocks inside.

Previously I bought a shed from across and had it delivered by Island Express, because that worked out cheaper than buying it on island

In other words, avoid B&Q sheds... :whistling:

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13 minutes ago, Neil Down said:

In other words, avoid B&Q sheds... :whistling:

We have a KETER shed from B&Q and it's so full of crap it will never blow away.

Chose it as it's the zero maintenance option.

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14 hours ago, doc.fixit said:

happy with my off the shelf shed from Sadlers.

Me too. Solid and well made. Wouldn't touch a B&Q interior chipboard thing if you paid me double. Even the display ones up there are falling to bits.

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2 hours ago, hagar the horrible said:

Thanks to all, what I really want is a bespoke Buggane chateau, it might attract a few visitors to Port Erin, I could possibly make a few quid by charging an admission fee.

Buy some loglap and make your own. I did and for a fraction of the cost

 

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