Attending Glee, the leading garden and leisure industry show, was a great opportunity for Nathan Dodd to spot trends and anticipate products that will come onto the market in the near future.
There are various materials that a garden shed can be made from such as timber, plastic or metal and you will find that out of the three, metal sheds are the most environmentally friendly.
The resources that go into building a metal shed as opposed to sheds made from other materials is much less and you’ll find that the prices for metal sheds are very good too.
Another plus point about a metal shed is that when they come to the end of their life you can recycle the shed, which has greatly lowered your carbon footprint, saving the environment and giving you peace of mind.
Many metal sheds are also built from recycled material already, so you will be saving the environment twice fold by choosing a metal shed if yours is recycled at the end of it’s life.
These advantages put metal sheds firmly in pole position when it comes to anyone looking for eco storage or a workspace.
The only process which has been found to be slightly harmful to the environment is when the layer of zinc is added but this treatment prevents rusting and will also mean you do not need to use any more treatments which could be unfriendly to the environment and as this layer is added by professionals it is done with minimal wastage.
To view our full range of yardmaster metal sheds please click here. We have many sizes and brands available, all from responsible suppliers who we work with closely to ensure we are as green as we can be.
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