Alternative Flooring Options for Garden Sheds

Alternative Flooring Options for Garden Sheds


Many professionals and manuals will recommend you need a concrete slab to build you garden shed on. It is the most ideal flooring, however, Laying a concrete slab is not an option for everyone. If you are renting, don’t have enough access to your property for a mixer truck or whatever your reason may be, there is an alternative solution for the base of your garden shed.

We have two recommended options for you other than concrete, which is just as great, if not better:

1. Steel flooring kits
2. Timber (wooden) flooring kits

So let’s get started …

Steel flooring kits

A very popular option that is available with most of our Cheap Sheds models and our YardSaver models is the…

YardSaver Flooring Kit


These steel flooring kits offer an attractive option to customers who are looking for a solution that elevates their shed off the ground, however, is not as permanent as a concrete slab.

Here are the benefits of choosing this option:

  1. Steel lasts for a lifetime
  2.  You will never have issues with rot or termites
  3. Steel kits can be moved around easily and offer a cost effective flooring option
  4. These kits are quick and easy to put together

We even have a step-by-step ‘how to’ video on assembling the kit that you are welcomed to check out to see for yourself how easy they are constructed.

Please watch the video below:



Timber (wooden) flooring kit

The second option available to you is Timber floor kits and we have two different kinds of Cheap Sheds, Absco’s Timber floor kits & Stilla Timber Floor kit.

Absco’s Timber floor kits

flooring kit

Absco Timber floor kits are available for different Absco shed models and are Made out of good quality timber. It is considered to be the environmentally friendly option because it is made from 100% Australian renewable plantation grown timber.

Here are the benefits of choosing this option if you have an Absco shed:

  1. This flooring kit elevates the shed higher than the ground to prevent water from seeping under
  2. It can be used as a temporary flooring solution or can be set as a permanent floor
  3. The timber is pre-treated giving continued protection from fungal, decomposition and pests
  4. The kit can be painted or stained to give it a personal touch
  5.  It is a multipurpose product that you can utilise indoors, outdoors, above or underground and even with immediate proximity to salt or fresh water
  6.  It is easy to assemble as it is cut to length and all screws are included

A single pack contains pre-cut and pre-measured timber floor suitable for a shed measuring 1520mm x 780mm.

 Shed Size  # of Packs  Required
1520 x 780


1520 x 1520


2260 x 1520


3000 x 1520


3000 x 2260


3000 x 3000


4480 x 3000


6000 x 3000


And that’s it for your alternative foundation options! To find out more about these awesome floor kit options  visit

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to leave a comment or call our team.


  • Thangavel says:

    Need timber floor for 2260X1520 garden shed.
    Please let me know the price.

    • Krisztian says:

      Hello there, you’ll require 3 sets of flooring kits for that size for the total price of $267. Please call us on 1300 920 219 if you wish to order them.
      Thank you.

  • Brett Williams says:

    Hi, We are purchasing a shed in the next week and we have a slab that is about 4metres by 4.5 metres. We are thinking of a 4 x 4 shed so could you recommend the flooring for it? Also, the slab is a little bit uneven with a crack in it. Will we be able to even this up somehow with the flooring and be able to completely water proof it at the base?
    kind regards

    • Chai says:

      Hi Brett, we don’t have a 4x4m shed however for the flooring kit options, depending on the model you would get, you can get either the steel frame or the timber flooring kit to waterproof the base of your shed. With these options, the shed sits on top of the assembled flooring kit. I hope this helps and feel free to let us know if you have any questions. Thank you.

      • Brett Williams says:

        Thanks Chai,
        Could you tell me how you would suggest levelling the floor if the slab was a bit sloping or dipping in spots?
        Also, do you have a shed that is reasonably close to those dimensions?

        cheers and thanks again,

        • Chai says:

          Hi Brett,

          I’ll get you more information to your email shortly. I’ll do a bit of research here so I can provide you with an accurate advise. Talk to you later.


  • David W. Capper says:

    I have a 3×3 Metershed. I want to put a floor either a slab ,wood or metal. The ground
    Has a slight slope. I live in Mackay Qld and will need to secure to ground due to cyclone area. Would appreciate cost ,delivery and advise to secure to ground.
    David W. Capper

    • Chai says:

      Hi David,

      Thank you for your message. You will need to level the area and put a slab down. You will need to purchase a cyclone kit to go with the shed. The cyclone kit includes anchor bolts which are used to secure the shed to the slab. Will send you a quote to your email shortly.


  • wayne cook says:

    I have recently purchased a 6×3 workshop shed, and would like to put a floor in it. Could you please advise me as to the tpyes of floors available, and possible cost. the shed will already be mounted on a concrete slab

    • Mary says:

      Hi Wayne,

      Thank you for contacting us back.

      We’ve sent you an email with attachment of engineer’s plan to better help you on slab details and information. Hope this is of help to you Wayne.


  • Elliott says:

    Hi thinking of a steel flooring-kit. What sits between the kit and the ground? Does the kit still need to be anchored to the ground in some way or is the kit itself enough to keep the shed from blowing away?

  • Pauline Watson says:

    Hi I have a storage cage in my basement car park that I would like to put a floor in as the car park gets hosed out regularly and I don’t want my stuff getting wet. It is 2.6 metres long by .87 wide. Have you any suggestions and if so what would be the costs be please.

  • mary says:

    Hello Pauline,

    Thank you for our enquiry. We appreciate it. However, our flooring kits are all pre designed to work only with our shed models which are from Absco, Spanbilt, and Durabuilt. We don’t do custom flooring kits as of the moment.

    Please let us know if you have any other questions.


  • Leah says:

    Hi there,

    We have a garden shed 3x3x2 Pinacle Brand that we need to to install with a flooring timber. Can you please give a quote as to how much would that cost for a flooring kit from you? Can you please also include delivery?
    Do you have a store or wharehouse in Southside Brisbane?

    • Chai @ Cheap Sheds Chai @ Cheap Sheds says:

      Hey Leah, thank you for your enquiry. I remember replying to this enquiry yesterday but it doesn’t seem to be showing up so not sure if you got any notification. Anyhow, the timber floor kit (1520mm x 780mm) cost $157/kit. You will need 8 kits for the shed you have and delivery will be $90. That will bring the total to $1346. We are 100% online-based and don’t have a store you can go to, sorry. Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions. Cheers, Chai

  • Allan Hamoudan says:

    I have a shed 3m x 10m already installed on compacted sand. Need to put a base so I can install shelving system. What do you recommend please.

    • Mika Mika says:

      Hello Allan,

      Thank you for your inquiry. We recommend a custom timber floor from your local tradies. I hope that helps. Please let us know if you have any other questions.


  • Faith says:

    Hello I have just purchased a 3by 3 garden shed and I would need a flooring. I would like to know the cost for the two options of flooring .

    • Mika Mika says:

      Hello Faith,

      Thank you for your inquiry. What type of shed do you have? Our flooring kits are available for Spanbilt or Absco made sheds and it’s designed to fit a certain shed. As of the moment we don’t have the timber floor from Stilla anymore. We recommend a custom timber floor from your local tradies. I hope that helps. Please let us know if you have any other questions.


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