Yes, chemicals can be stored
in your garden shed. Most garden sheds
include ventilated gables, ensuring air flow throughout
the garden shed at all times. Caution must be exercised
as most chemicals are corrosive & in time may corrode
Al alternative to the metal sheds is a
plastic shed. Which is also great for storing all your
chemicals. The plastic sheds have great ventilation,
which also ensures a great amount of air flow. Plastic
sheds wont rust, rot, crack denot or peel.
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It is suggested that the shed
be placed on a rebated
slab. This prevents water seeping under the base rails &
into the shed. If installed on a flat slab, sealing of
the base is suggested using a good quality silicone [or
polyurethene] sealant suitable for concrete & steel Other precautionary measures are
making sure you have good shelving & keeping all your
items off the concrete floor.
There are three main types of
roofing when it comes to garden sheds;
Gable Roof Garden Sheds - This
type of roof peaks in the middle. This is the most
attractive looking shed & the peak [gable] adds strength
to the shed's roof.
Roof Garden Sheds - This type of roof is flat.The flat roof model is
only on smaller [narrow] sheds as there is no structural
strength in them. They are usually incorporated in the
budget line as well.
Skillion Roof Garden Sheds - This type of roof slopes to
one side. This is a limited range & can slope to the
front or rear of the shed.