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New shed

Post by Emma Hamilton » Fri Feb 08 2019 12:30

Knocked my old single brick and asbestos, damp and leaky man shed down in October. Extended and rebuilt myself with help from mates in the trade. Great fun! 9m x 2.8. It's like a skittle alley! Always dreamed of doing this, saved up my pennies over 5 years and did it. Kit going back in next week. Big Up the Man Shed!

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Re: New shed

Post by davelumb » Fri Feb 08 2019 12:35

That's not a shed, it's a house! :grin:

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Re: New shed

Post by Emma Hamilton » Fri Feb 08 2019 12:50

davelumb wrote: ↑
That's not a shed, it's a house! :grin:
I'm not having that! Single block, fibre glass flat roof.... it qualifies... just!

Here's what it replaced.... the bane of my fishing life!

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Re: New shed

Post by davelumb » Fri Feb 08 2019 12:54

If it's not made of wood it's not a shed in my book!

It does look like a home from home though. :thumbs:

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Re: New shed

Post by Happy Hayes » Fri Feb 08 2019 14:46

Very Nice :thumbs:

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Re: New shed

Post by Mercman » Fri Feb 08 2019 17:18

Proper job that Rob, looks great and will last for many years... :thumbs:
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Re: New shed

Post by Woodchucker » Fri Feb 08 2019 17:42

That's never seen a shed Rob, Mrs kicked you out :laughs: I have been watching the construction on facebook, well jealous :thumbs:
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Re: New shed

Post by RAB-HENDO » Fri Feb 08 2019 19:12

Proper cave Rob. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»Big tv for ya pompey gamesπŸ‘ŒπŸΌ
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Re: New shed

Post by Jason Skilton » Tue Feb 12 2019 12:58

I think Rob is going to turn it on to a massage parlour :suspect:
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Re: New shed

Post by Fentiger01 » Fri Feb 22 2019 12:45

Very nice Rob! You could live in that mate. :laughs: :laughs: :laughs:
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Re: New shed

Post by Crackoff » Tue Mar 19 2019 00:23

WOW very nice

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Re: New shed

Post by Slug » Mon Jun 17 2019 07:15

Very very nice πŸ‘
Can I ask how do you handle insurance keeping your stuff in an outbuilding?
About to acquire a nice man shed adjoined to a large garage myself one of the main reasons I bought the house but even though it’s big enough I’ve now realised it’s impossible to insure all my stuff to be kept in it!

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