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    Hello all,

    I am looking at setting up a small garden shed at the back of my block of land.

    I have looked at this one: http://www.cheapsheds.com.au/product...dsaver-g66-cb/ in the smooth cream colour.

    They have a flooring frame with it that I would use and just buy ply wood locally and have a nice ply wood floor for it.

    The area I am looking at is sloping down so, Id have to use brick on concrete support at the back to level it out.

    I have another 2 weeks or so before I get this. What do you guys think?

    Any ideas or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

    ~Adam

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    Looks like a fine shed Adam.

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    Indeed. Hey, how are you doin' Chic-E-Tiki?
    Have you posted any pictures yet? Post it right here

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamBorzy View Post
    Indeed. Hey, how are you doin' Chic-E-Tiki?
    Have you posted any pictures yet? Post it right here

    Have you seen this one Adam?

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    HI - I'm also looking at a super new shed, I have picked the shed - its the base I'm concerned about. The shed is 68 stone in weight (431 kg) so a concrete base is obvious - but I have heard of these pastic shed bases that lock together, to form a solid base so no concrete needed. Has anyone seen or used this sort of thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chic-E-Tiki View Post
    Have you seen this one Adam?

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    I have just seen it now. Cool!
    Is there really a Tiki Land inspired with all these art crafts?

    Quote Originally Posted by biff227 View Post
    HI - I'm also looking at a super new shed, I have picked the shed - its the base I'm concerned about. The shed is 68 stone in weight (431 kg) so a concrete base is obvious - but I have heard of these pastic shed bases that lock together, to form a solid base so no concrete needed. Has anyone seen or used this sort of thing?
    Nope, haven't heard nor seen it yet biff227.
    I wonder though, how could a garden shed last if its made out of plastic?

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    Hi I'm new here, avid fan of sheds but haven't build my own yet. I'm not sure what you're gonna use the shed for, but I've got some photos563370_320001941388140_555480432_n.jpg, just thought it might give some inspiration. 4.jpg174866398001172514_8MKsj9Np_f.jpg

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    Hey Mate,

    Your sheds are inspiring. They look awesome. It seems like they are all made of wood.



    This is my favorite.





    Where are you at in Queensland? I am in Gold Coast.

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