What’s In Our Sheds
For coloured components, such as roof, walls and gutters, ShedEx uses COLORSTEEL®. Available in a range of colours and finishes, this super strong and durable product creates the perfect look for any design.
Absolutely. Our building experts can provide a range of ideas, suggestions and solutions to help you decide which building is best suited to your needs.
No. We custom design every one of our buildings to ensure clients receive maximum space and size from their investment.
Yes. In order to provide the best building solution for our clients, FREE site inspections are all part of the ShedEx service.
Yes, approvals are included. ShedEx takes care of the project from start to finish including preparation and submission of building applications, engineering & drawings, earthworks, concrete and construction.
Yes, we can provide a turn-key solution for customers. We can take care of all civil works including site levelling, retaining, footings and concrete.
100% yes. ShedEx partner with New Zealand Steel and COLORSTEEL® to provide you with the most durable and trusted product in the market.
Our builders are experts in their field. Having been qualified through a rigorous selection process, ShedEx builders come with years of experience who apply the safest work practices every step of the way.
Timeframes vary depending but a general guide is 12-16 weeks for a complete project from start to finish depending on workload this includes building approvals, engineering, manufacture, slab and construction. This general guide does not allow for additional approvals that may be required or large-scale building projects.
Upon completion of the project, we arrange a final building inspection and provide clients with a ShedEx care pack. Clients are then required to sit back and enjoy their investment.
bolts used to attach steel to concrete.
the top or peak of a gable building.
a decorative finishing trim on the gable end that joins to the gutters.
the distance between portal frames.
Base Metal Thickness (BMT) is a measurement of steel thickness before any coating or paint has been applied.
used to connect different shed components.
the Building Code of New Zealand (BCNZ) determines the minimum requirements for the design and construction of new buildings in New Zealand.
this is the classification of a building or structure determined by the Building Code of New Zealand (BCNZ). Residential sheds are classed as type 10a and commercial buildings are generally classed as Type 7, 8 or 9.
a type of Cold Form steel component commonly used in all types of sheds. When viewed in profile a C section is shaped like a letter C.
the external wall and roof materials (also known as sheeting) attached to the steel frame.
high tensile steel which is rolled into shape while it is cold.
also referred to as Portal Columns, these form the upright structural component of a building frame and are typically the most integral part of a building.
the structural surroundings of a personal access door.
a metal or PVC pipe which runs down the outside of a building to discharge water.
the outside edges of a roof.
Usually folded COLORSTEEL® or Zinc metal to seal edges of the shed
they form the foundation of a building which connects a building to the ground.
the supporting structure of a building which consists of columns, trusses, rafters and brackets.
triangular shape of a roof
internal horizontal wall supports.
a shallow trough attached to the roof which captures rainwater and flows into a downpipe.
often referred to when considering roller door clearances, apex height, low and high side heights and wall height.
also referred to as I-Beam, U-Beam or Structural Steel, it is typically used in larger commercial and industrial designs. Hot Form is a thicker, heavier steel which is rolled into shape while it is hot giving it much greater engineering capabililities.
a combination of both Hot Form and Cold Form steel, hybrid designs maximise the engineering capabilities of both steel types.
available in many different types, it is a product used to provide thermal cooling in a roof (and sometimes walls).
columns form the upright structural component of a building frame and are typically the most integral part of a building.
COLORSTEEL® Standard Range
- Gull Grey
- Sandstone Grey
- New Denim Blue
- Grey Friars
- Windsor Grey (LG)
- Thunder Grey
- Mist Green
- Permanent Green
- Desert Sand
- Pioneer Red