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    Price for a free standing shed

    60ft X 40ft span 6.1mtrs high.
    3 Bays
    Box profile roof and zeds.
    Sides and Gables clad down a metre from eaves with Box Profile.
    Erected.
    Just had an eye popper!
    gee

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    6k?

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    6K !! more like 12k plus if it's erected

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Would either of you like to supply?

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    15-16k?
    Ond lle bu'r arad' ar y ffridd Yn rhywgo'r gwanwyn pr o'r pridd

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Are you talking foundations and floor also? Could be 110 / M more like 20k
    "At the end of the day, I think it's going to get very dark."

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Quote Originally Posted by Quattromike View Post
    Are you talking foundations and floor also? Could be 110 / M more like 20k
    Founds digging and concrete to be included. No floor work.

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Rough price guide http://www.rbscotland.co.uk/special-offers-gallery/
    are you going to keep us in suspense ! What price you got?
    "At the end of the day, I think it's going to get very dark."

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    26.75K ish

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Well with the price of fuel going up and up you can see things getting more expensive!
    "At the end of the day, I think it's going to get very dark."

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Quote Originally Posted by Quattromike View Post
    Well with the price of fuel going up and up you can see things getting more expensive!
    Errrr......... the price of fuel has been going down and down!

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    send an email over to

    phil@pdrd.co.uk

    they will sort you out a fair quote.

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Quote Originally Posted by Gee View Post
    60ft X 40ft span 6.1mtrs high.
    3 Bays
    Box profile roof and zeds.
    Sides and Gables clad down a metre from eaves with Box Profile.
    Erected.
    Just had an eye popper!
    gee
    Isn't it about 5.50 a square foot, that most people work on for a kit shed bought and erected ?

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Bloody hell!
    i used to work for a chap that put sheds up around ten years back and it used to be roughly the same price as the shed to erect it as long as there was only shuttering the walls, it's a bit steep or the prices have gone through the roof.
    you can buy a 60 by 40 frame and perlins for 2.500 the same again for the sheets and 6 load concrete for shuttering 3000. Total without putting up 8.000.
    Do it yourself and save a fortune, but make sure you go at hard and finish it in two weeks, get it out of the way and done with.
    been putting up some buildings at home the last few years and you don't have to spend loads. 45 by 60 by 15 to the eaves
    cost me 5000 finished, blocked the walls with six inch blocks and the sides and gables were done with 6by1 cost me 350 for the timber. 25 by 60 lean to off it last year, 2500 finished.
    Do it yourself fella, think of the money you will save!

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    I think the problem is the price of materials and labour have been relentlessly increasing. Also this CE compliance as given the manufactures an excuse to push the prices a bit with all the "extra" work that's involved.
    "At the end of the day, I think it's going to get very dark."

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    just had a 45 x 30 cost me 22k no concrete in it yet no electric yet. Thats inc vat and founds dug, hardcore on floor

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Is that fibre cement sheet roof or box profile sheeting with sheets down to ground 12 ft to eaves?
    "At the end of the day, I think it's going to get very dark."

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Quote Originally Posted by crofteress View Post
    just had a 45 x 30 cost me 22k no concrete in it yet no electric yet. Thats inc vat and founds dug, hardcore on floor
    Ouch!!

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    Re: Price for a free standing shed

    Tin sheeting is around the same price as cement fibre, if you don't want it to drip use cement fibre.

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