Have You Ever Wondered How Garden Sheds Are Made?

Have You Ever Wondered How Garden Sheds Are Made?


We thought it would be interesting for our customers to be able to see how garden sheds are made.

It is fascinating to see the efforts that go into the process before the shed you ordered from Cheap Sheds turns up at your door or at your local depot for your collection.

Spanbilt, a leading Australasian manufacturer of garden sheds, carports, and garages is a major supplier to cheapsheds.com.au, and Spanbilt works very closely with Cheap Sheds to ensure the highest quality products and a great experience for our customers every time.

Spanbilt has been a leading manufacturer of garden storage units for almost 30 years and as you can see on the video their factory is simply mind-blowing.

In the below video, you can see the whole process of how garden sheds are made such as the Spanbilt YardSaver Garden Sheds. The factory you can see is based in Brisbane, Queensland, and it’s pretty awesome to see the coil which your sheds come from!

As you can see in the video, Cheap Sheds and Spanbilt work closely together to deliver high-quality garden sheds to Cheap Sheds customers.

Let us know below if you have any questions or comments.


You can find out how to choose and buy a DIY shed here>> How To Choose A Garden Shed

Or perhaps you want to learn more about how these sheds are delivered, if so please visit this page>> Cheap Sheds delivery 

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  • Clarence says:

    In watching your video it doesn’t really depict how long it takes to get your shed after you order one. How long does this actual process take from start to finish? It is really interesting to watch some of those machines work in the back ground and how streamline the whole process is in that company. You have done a great job posting this video.

    • Krisztian says:

      Hi Clerence, thanks for stopping by. Great question. The order is received one day and it goes into production on the following business day and dispatched the day after. So your shed could be leaving the premises as quickly as in 3 days after the order is placed. The whole process of manufacturing a shed only takes less than 15 minutes.

  • Karl says:

    This was very interesting I have never seen sheeting move through those machines like taffy before. You did a great job getting this information out there. For a company that has been doing this for almost 30 years they certainly have it down to an art form don’t they? I am looking for a shed right now but I think I need something a little bigger.

  • Rachel says:

    I have been researching shed designs and which sheds would be the best for my circumstances and this article and video will definitely help me make a decision as to whether I want to build one off of a plan or just order one of these Spanbilt sheds. Thank you for posting this information I really think it will be a big help.

  • Linda says:

    This was actually very interesting to see where and how they made these shed kits. I am leaning more towards getting a shed that we have to build ourselves because I think it will actually be cheaper and I think it might last longer for what we want. This is in no way anything against your shed, they are very nice they are just not what I was looking for.

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