Felt helps to protect your shed from different weather fronts and prevents deterioration. It’s important that you re-felt your shed roof if you see any signs of damage, or if your roofing felt is around 10 years old. At around 10 years old, your felt will be showing the signs of weathering and may not […]
A decked area is a perfect space to entertain family and friends during the summer months. However, no matter how presentable the rest of your garden is, dirty, algae-stained decking isn’t the most inviting. There are many solutions for keeping your decking clean and regular cleaning will help the job be less hassle the next […]
Everyone wants their garden to look bright and colourful ready for the summer months, and giving your shed a bit of TLC is a great place to start. Preparing your shed for summer doesn’t need to cost the earth. We’ve put together some of our favourite ways to spruce up your shed. Paint Your Shed […]
Most people purchase a garden shed to use as somewhere to store their gardening equipment, bikes and a collection of dusty outdoor toys. However, in recent years, many people are seeing the potential that these structures have and are converting them so that they provide more than just storage space. Home Office If you are fortunate […]
With winter coming up, it’s important to make sure your shed is going to be able to withstand whatever weather Mother Nature throws at it. We’ve compiled some of the most commonly asked questions surrounded how to prepare your shed for winter, how to weatherproof your shed, and so much more. So take a look […]
Sheds provide a great place for storage, a workshop or just an escape, but unfortunately they can also be an easy target for thieves. Here at Sunningdale we understand just how important a shed can be, so we’ve put together a few tips to help you make sure your property is secure.
Despite their names, hardwood and softwood are not actually classified by how hard they are. The distinction is instead related to the type of trees that the wood comes from and the way in which they reproduce. Hardwood comes from broad leaved deciduous trees such as ash, beech, elm, cherry and alder.