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The 5 ranges of Metal Garden Sheds & Buildings. The GrandChoice & StoreChoice metal shed ranges are good domestic, great value for money, buildings with long guarantees. The SafeStore UK range of metal sheds are, effectively top of the range. From caravan boxes to motor bike garages, up to any length. The TriMetals UK metal sheds range with 25 years guarantee.
Also available are the Capital Steel Industrial Buildings which can be made in any size up 20m wide, up to 6m high and ANY length.
These superb StoreChoice Metal sheds available in England and Wales are made in Hot Dipped (NOT the cheaper electro plated steel) and offers a 15 year Guarantee. To ensure air flow and to help control condensation these metal sheds come with free ventilated gables. Complete with padlockable sliding metal doors for easy access and also included is a strong entry and exit ramp which enables you to wheel garden items in and out of your new metal shed with ease. These practical & functional StoreChoice Metal Sheds are available in England and Wales. Optional assembly service.
Made from long lasting Hot Dipped Galvanised steel, unlike the cheaply made electro-plated metal sheds, these GrandChoice Metal Sheds are designed for long life and are complete with 12 years warranty. The ventilation engineered into these metal sheds, to ensure airflow, FREE of charge ensures that condensation is kept under control. Metal double doors as standard ensures ease of access as well as a strong metal ramp into these metal sheds. Optional installation service. These metal sheds come in a large range of sizes with FREE delivery to England and Wales.
The SafeStore range of secure solid metal sheds made from extra thick weatherproof steel (up to 4 times thicker than cheaper metal sheds) and come with an integral steel base. The long 10 year warranty and a range of metal sheds from caravan boxes to extra large steel workshops ensure there is a metal shed to meet your needs. Many are made to Security Rating 1 meaning that thieves will walk away from your metal shed in England and Wales leaving your valuables in your secure metal shed safe. Optional metal sheds fitting service. UK made for over 30 years. ISO 14001 & 9001 accredited.
Constructed from galvanised high quality PVC coated steel, which is twice as thick as most other metal sheds, these metal buildings are delivered to England and Wales complete with an unrivalled 25 years warranty. Attractive shiplap effect. Made in the UK since 1967 you can be sure you are buying the best of British. These secure metal sheds are fully fire resistant and conforms to National Building Regulations & Restrictions. Delivered direct to your home in England and Wales for easy assembly. Possibility of installing these metal sheds for you.
Capital Steel Portal Frame Industrial Buildings, Commercial Buildings, Steel Garages, Farm and Agricultural Units are suitable for full commercial, industrial use and for light industrial use in England and Wales, as well as a range of other industrial storage uses. Designed using state of the art software and constructed from solid cold rolled high tensile steel using portal frame technology. This ensures that the finished portal frame industrial building is extremely strong & durable. Made to your size and specifications. Doors to suit. Optional PIR insulated panels. Delivered to England and Wales.
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From 1st Choice Metal Sheds News Pages
Gardeners have been urged to ensure they properly secure their belongings by Huddersfield North Police, according to the Huddersfield Examiner. A metal garden shed could be a wise investment for people worried about garden crime during the summer months. For example, an SafeStore Steel Security shed can protect a gardener's tools from being stolen and sold on because it can be padlocked and have 1.2mm thick Galvatite steel panels. The warmer weather means people want to spend more time in their gardens but it can also make garden sheds an easy target for the increasingly frequent garden crime. Lawnmowers and power tools can be sold for a good price so they must never be left unattended and should be locked away in the garden shed when not in use, reports the paper. A spokesperson for Huddersfield North Police told the newspaper: "Your garden furniture and tools are very saleable items so you must make it as difficult as possible for any would-be thief to get to your property." Other advice given includes keeping fences, walls and gates in a good condition as they can act as a deterrent to potential thieves. Garden sheds of all types can be secured against garden crime if the windows and doors are locked.
From 1st Choice Metal Sheds News Pages
Those planning Chrismas and New Year celebrations in their gardens should be wary of the damage fireworks can do to buildings and ensure they don´t end up with a hefty repair bill. Churchill Home Insurance revealed this week that almost two million homes in Britain have been damaged as a result of firework mishaps, with each incident costing an average of £307 to fix. With such sums at stake, firework fanatics could benefit from investing in a Capital Steel Building metal shed, which will keep their equipment safe from damage. The insurance company is urging people to check whether their existing home insurance covers damage caused by fireworks or out-of-control bonfires, as households can be held liable for harm to property or personal injury. Many insurance policies do not cover damage to sheds and outbuildings and some include a ´duty of care´ clause meaning that sufficient precautions against danger must be taken. Those wanting to buy a fire-resistant building should find out more about the Capital Steel small industrial sheds as these would be resistant to errent foreworks.
From 1st Choice Capital Steel Industrial Buildings News Pages
Farmers in Scotland have been given £3 million by the Scottish government in order to purchase new farm buildings in order to house livestock. Emergency funding was made available after the collapse of 3,000 decrepit agricultural buildings was blamed for the deaths of thousands of ewes and lambs during the coldest winter in the past 50 years. Farmers may wish to invest the money in Capital Steel Buildings, which are built-to specification and can be easily customised to suit their surroundings. A further £200,000 of emergency aid has been allocated for sheep farmers, some of which will be used to dispose of carcasses. Richard Lochhead, the country's rural affairs secretary, said: "The extreme conditions have dented the level of optimism which had begun to emerge in the sector." He also urged local authorities to be as flexible as possible with farmers attempting to minimise their losses. The collapsed farm buildings have prompted a rethink into their design and construction. The Collapsed Buildings Technical Working Group is now working closely with the National Farmers Union to determine what lessons can be learned from the extreme weather conditions.