Ace Sheds Showcases The Croydon Workshop

These days many more people are deciding to set up a business at home, yet often to do so you need more space, and many of us do not have a suitable room to hand to use. Even if we do have some free space in the form of a spare room if you are starting a business building a product to sell then often it is just not practical to do it in the house due to noise, smells etc.

So why not do the right thing and buy a garden workshop? One such as the Croydon Workshop available from Ace Sectional Buildings is ideal for most home based businesses offering both enough room to get started and still leave room for expansion.

It is ideal for those just wanting to use it for garden purposes for storing tools and equipment such as lawnmowers. Indeed it is very well suited to use in a larger garden as whilst it has one single door as standard it can easily be fitted out with a double door option allowing a large ride on lawnmower to be driven in and out of it with ease. The large internal space means there is plenty of room to access garden tools and work on machinery, as well as having enough space to encompass a potting table under the window.

Yet where the Croydon workshop comes in to its own is when it used as intended as a workshop. The interior features full head height virtually throughout, with nominal intrusion by roof beams, this means that it enables you to maximise the working area thus avoiding bumping in to the rafters like you might do in a shed.

This wooden workshop is available in a wide range of sizes from 8’ by 6’ to a mighty 20’ by 10’, indeed the larger model will easily suffice as a small industrial unit.

All of Ace sectional buildings wooden workshops are all built to an extremely high standard with many customisable workshop options including: –

The ability to select your door position – Ideal if you wish to add double doors or need the door in the end of the workshop and not the side.

The ability to select the number and size of your windows as well as their placement in the workshop. This is great if you want a lot of natural light if you cannot fit power to the building. Failing that, maybe a summer house design which lets more light in would be something worth looking into as well.

Other options include security grills, which are ideal if you want to protect your business and prevent opportunist theft, as well as insurance standard locks and heavy duty fixtures and fittings.

Ace sectional buildings has a policy in place of using Scots Oine, a slow grown Redwood that is brought in from Sweden. Every tree is felled within a 25km radius of the sawmill, with every tree felled being replaced with a new sapling to ensure that all foresting is sustainable.

All of the above factors combine to make the Croydon workshop one of the best pound for pound wooden workshops on the market today.

Via EPR Network
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