Maintaining Your Shed

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Sheds are a large investment that have the ability to significantly increase the value of your home. However, overtime sheds have the ability to get dirty and generally disorganised. The Steeline team have created this blog post with simple tips to help you maintain that ‘new shed feeling’ for as long as possible.

  1. Regular cleaning.

We get it. Finding spare time to clean your shed can be difficult. However, whether you clean it once a month or once a year, it is important to regularly clean your shed. Some recommendations would be to sweep the floors, clean out any cobwebs or reorganise any supplies that you keep inside the shed.

  1. Ventilation

Queensland summers can be scorching hot and without proper ventilation, your shed will overheat. However, with proper ventilation, such as a whirlybird, your shed will maintain a regular temperature. Steeline offers whirlybirds as an extra that you can include when you purchase a shed.

  1. Check the Roof and Drains

The roof of your shed can get debris on it, especially after storms. It is important to check your roof every so often to make sure that no debris have gotten stuck. Although a Colorbond roof comes with a 15-year warranty, regular checks can ensure longevity.

 

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