Need inspiration for your farm machinery workshop shed? We recently worked in with an existing custome to deliver this impressive farm machinery storage and workshop shed!
Location: Maroona VIC
Build Date: 2020
- Hi-bay lights are installed throughout the shed. These are particularly beneficial in the maintenance and workshop area of the shed shed as they make it easier to undertake detailed repairs. The workshop area also features a concrete floor the full length of the shed.
- Sliding doors at each end of the shed provide quick and easy machinery access and also allow the shed to be fully enclosed and locked up, making the shed a secure and versatile investment.
- The tank installed at the back of the shed is able to harvest the huge catchment that comes with a roof of this area.
- One of the most useful features of this shed is the drive-through configuration. Accessing the shed from the gable end means the full length of the shed can be used and this configuration also allows large machinery to be quickly put undercover if required.
In this video Lester answers some of the most common questions about concrete slabs for sheds, including how much they cost and how thick they need to be.
To help you determine the volume of rainwater you could potentally collect from your machinery shed roof, use our rainwater harvest calculator which you can access, here.
Building a new machinery shed to protect your machinery is a worthwhile investment, but when it comes to build one, what confguration will work best?
We offer three main configuration options for machinery sheds – open-front, drive-through or fully enclosed – and in the video below, Lennie discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each option.
Canopies and girder trusses are two design features that can be included on a farm machinery shed. In this video,Lennie discusses whether installing a canopy or girder trusses would be a good fit for your project.
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