With our extensive range of optional extras, we can help you customise your shed to ensure it's a perfect fit. Whether it’s adding more natural light, improving ventilation, or the addition of internal walls, you’re in full control when it comes to your new shed. Options include:
- Personal Access (PA) doors
- Roof ventilators
- Domestic motorised roller doors
- Steel sliding doors
- COLORBOND® steel roof sheeting
- Fibreglass skylight roof sheets
- Horizontal corrugated sheeting
- Window openings
- Dividing walls
- Extra-wide openings
- Doors on internal dividing walls
- Vermin proofing
- Cantilever awnings
- Eave extensions
Do We Offer Skillion Roof Shed Kits?
Yes, we sure do. Our DIY skillion roof shed kits can all be customised to meet your requirements. In fact, we offer a FREE DESIGN SERVICE which means you’ll be able to work with one of our shed design specialists for free to ensure you get the exact right solution. Our skillion roof shed kits come with plans for council approval and construction drawings - perfect for your next DIY project, or to pass on to your local builder.
Things to Consider when buying a Shed
- Quality of Steel - When it comes to steel sheds, they are not all created equal. Make sure you understand if your shed is made from genuine COLORBOND® or an imitation. It’s also important to understand the product warranty, who is offering the warranty and how you claim your warranty.
- Site Conditions - Australian building standards are very thorough and are often reviewed as conditions intensify. Make sure the engineering of your new building meets the requirements of your site to ensure your investment stands the test of time and is covered under insurance in the event of adverse weather.
- Purpose, Size and Scale – A common complaint of new shed owners is that they often outgrow their shed after the first year or two. As such, it’s wise to consider not only your current space requirements but also consider whether making an allowance for future needs makes sense for you.
- Shed Construction – Wide Span Sheds provides the shed kit, construction manuals, and the documentation you’ll need for council approval. You just need to decide whether you will erect your shed as a DIY project, or engage a local builder or tradesmen to assist with the process.
- Council approval – Will you need to obtain council approval prior to erecting your new shed? If you’re unsure, contact your local council for more information or discuss this with one of our shed design specialists.
Why Choose Wide Span Sheds?
Our sheds are constructed entirely of Australian BlueScope steel and are rated to withstand a minimum pressure of 450MPa. Single column or back-to-back c150s - c350s purlins will be used to reinforce the construction, depending on your chosen site and the form of your shed.
For cladding, we provide a comprehensive spectrum of COLORBOND® colours and ZINCALUME® steel in a variety of sheeting profiles.
To request a free quote, contact us at 1300 94 33 77 or complete the form below for further information.