19 Feb Everything You Need to Know About Industrial Sheds
When it comes to the construction of a shed, it is fair to say that there is a big difference between the small wooden garden sheds of your home, and the larger, more substantial structures of an industrial or commercial shed!
An industrial shed is something that requires a lot more intensive building, and there are also a lot more regulations that have to be met and rules that have to be followed in order to erect a stable and acceptable one.
Here at Just Sheds, one of our main specialities and focuses is building industrial sheds for customers that need them.
If you are going to be one such customer in the near future, then here are some of the most important things you need to know about industrial sheds.
- The first thing to know is that the materials used for building an industrial shed are very different from a normal garden shed. Rather than things like wood, they are usually created from harder and more durable metals like steel. This obviously helps to ensure their longevity.
- Another difference is that whilst a garden shed tends to be pretty much a generic empty shell ready for benches and storage, an industrial shed will be much more customised to its intended purpose. Because of this, it will often require the input of a professional contractor.
- Safety is obviously a paramount concern in the building of an industrial shed. You want to make sure that it meets all of the relevant regulations because the chances are that it if does not pass those initial tests, you will not be able to conduct whatever business you are planning on conducting inside it.
- We think that it is always better to hire people with real industrial shed experience for such a building project. The difference between this and generic garden shed assembly are simply too big. You don’t want to have to spend more money to start all over again if something goes wrong.
So, if you are going to be in need of an industrial shed sometime in the near future, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
A member of our experienced and trained team will always be on hand to assist you in your project and will be happy to answer any questions that you might have before making the final decisions for your own shed.
For more shed designing tips, read our previous blog!