This lean to shed in Skerries looks well, a nice addition to any house. The structure improves the security of the side passage, and of course provides plenty of storage for bikes, garden furniture etc.
The inside of this lean to shed is finished providing the maximum area of storage possible, and looks very tidy too.
The garden shed that uses no garden space. Utilizing the side passage as a shed, saves on premier garden space, which nowadays can be in short supply.
The 10mm polycarbonate twin wall sheeting is perfect for this structure, offering great natural light to the area inside. A gutter runs the length of the roof, channeling the water to the closest drain.
Just another view of the side passage with the doors of the lean to shed open. Very little natural light is lost with the polycarbonate roof.
A Strong door with heavy dead bolt mortice lock. Generally the doors are 900mm in width, because they are handmade this width differs depending on available space.