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Taken with a Canon 60D and an 18mm lens. Set to take a photo every 30 seconds.
1st day: Earthworks
2nd day: Framework and city inspection.
3rd day: Slab pour.
4th and 5th day: Construction.

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    1. Thanks Jayyy. One day for earth works, one day for the slab prep, one day for the pour and two days for construction. $12k AUD for the kit a few years ago.

  1. Hi, thanks for sharing the build. It’s been a few years now. If you’re still using the shed, is there anything you would change or have ordered differently? Cheers.

    1. Hi Merv,
      If I could magically make some changes, I’d make it a little larger and I’d insulate the walls. It does stay fairly cool in summer, but you can never have too much insulation.
      These are only minor issues though and overall I’m very happy with how it turned out. Thanks for asking!

    2. @YellowDieselGolf Thanks for the reply. Sounds like it’s served you well. I’m saving for the biggest shed I can get. You’ve got me thinking about the insulation now 🙂 I reckon I’ll find out how much to have them do the roof when it goes up, but I’ll see if I can save a bit by doing the walls myself.

    1. Hi Nacho,
      Its 6 metres deep, 9 metres wide and 2.7 metres tall at the gutter. It’s made of steel and colorbond sheeting.

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