Looking for a quality steel kit shed or garage in Warwick? Well, Lea from Siddo's Reno's in Queensland can help you find the right solution. As a Wide Span Sheds agent, Lea can supply you with our superior range of steel buildings, from residential sheds, garages, workshops, farm steel structures, equine buildings, kit homes, and industrial structures.
Growing up on a property at Dayboro during the '70s and working in Western & Southern Qld, Lea has a great appreciation for the rural landscape and its people.
His family was all involved in the construction industry so he found himself on the building site from a very young age. The rural industry, however, seemed to be his calling and has now worked for 30 years in management and helping rural people with their business needs. During that time he was involved with the construction of homes from Charleville through to Warwick.
It wasn't till 10 years later he and his family decided to become self-employed and began constructing sheds and helping clients with their needs towards home renovations and extensions. They've had experience constructing different sheds & sizes, carports, horse arenas, and aircraft hangers.
As an authorised agent of Wide Span Sheds, there now able to provide the whole package.
Siddans Builder Number: 1232354REQUEST QUOTE
Business Name: Siddo’s Reno’s PTY LTD
Store Manager: Lea Siddans
Agent Since: 2019
Address: Warwick QLD 4370
Phone: 0430 918 091
Monday-Saturday: 8am - 7pm
For the latest pricing guide on our full range, view the Wide Span Sheds catalogue online. Our catalogue is a snapshot of what our customers have designed over the past 18 years using a template as a starting point.
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All designs are flexible - Start with a template and work with one of our shed design specialists for FREE to create the exact design you want.
If your property is located in Warwick, then you will need to contact the Southern Down Regional Council to assess if you will need a building permit to erect your new steel building.
For detailed information, we would suggest visiting the Southern Down Regional Council