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Yes, if you build the shed to habitable building standards.

A habitable building is designed to have people live in it and comes under a more stringent building code than a farm building. Farm buildings are generally built for storage of stock feed or machinery.

Depends on location of the shed on the property and local council requirements. More and more councils are insisting that stormwater has to be disposed of to soak holes or similar.

Depends on setback requirements of local councils.

The more specific information we have, the more accurate the quote can be given. Please answer following questions to help us give a closer quote to meet your needs.
completing the following.

1/ How big? Width x Depth

2/ What size bay width? 3.6m, 4.2m, 4.8m.

3/ What size front wall/eave height do you require? 3.0, 3.6m, 4.2m, 4.8m, 5.4m

3/ What is the snow loading for the location?

4/ What is the wind loading for the location?

5/ What is the earthquake Zone?

6/ What is the corrosion zone?

7/ What is the ground bearing capacity?

8/ Do you want poles supporting the roof or clearspan rafters?

9/ What cladding do you prefer?

10/ Do your require building paper under the roof cladding?

11/ Do you require translucent roof panels?

12/ Do you require translucent wall panels?

13/ Do you require closed in bay?

14/ Do you want a roller door?

15/ Do you want a pedestrian access door?

The process includes Initial Contact – Site Visit – Quotation Acceptance – Building Consent Application – Installation – Gurantee – Help

Your initial contact with Sheds NZ, whether it be in person, on paper, or electronic, should provide you with a range of ideas and innovative products for your property. Options to be considered initially are:
– Size of the shed : number of bays, their depth, width and height;
– Cladding: zincalume or coloured steel;
– Enclosed bays, front canopy, doors, or internal walls;
– Building paper, translucent panels, spouting;
– Concrete floor to how many bays;
– Kitset or fully installed shed;
Friendly, experienced sales staff will seek to understand your needs, then based on what you’ve told them, they will suggest a solution that meets your needs.
Once we understand which product you most prefer, we will make arrangements for a field consultant to visit your property. This is termed a “site visit”. It is an essential part of the process.

It is likely that the field consultant who meets with you at your property could be a different person to the one you talked with in our showroom. Our field consultants are trained in the numerous technical aspects of our business. The purpose of visiting your property is to establish if the shed you have selected will in fact be compatible with your property. The following factors may need to be considered:
– Site is level and clear;
– Composition of site soil regarding post hole boring;
– Distanc eof site from boundaries;
– Position of site relative to other buildings;
– Position of site relative to wind and sun;
– Wind zone and snow loading of site;
– Site access;
Once the field consultant has fully established the above facts and a few other details, he or she will then send a detailed quotation to you. At this stage we will know which product best suits your needs and the application.

Your quotation should arrive to you within a week of your inquiry. If you accept what we have detailed in our quotation, we ask that you complete the quotation acceptance form which will arrive with your quotation. A deposit of 20% will need to be made to secure your order. You can either call us with your credit card details, send us a cheque or make payment directly to us in our showroom.

All new farm sheds installed in New Zealand must have a building consent. You will need to complete a building consent application form which can be obtained from your local council. The process is simple and costs approximately $500. Once a deposit is secured by us, detailed plans are drawn up and an engineer’s producer statement is obtained. This process takes one week with most plans. The plans and producer statement are supplied to you to attach to your building consent application which you forward to your local district council.
Council processes these applications in the order they are received and depending on the council involved and their backlog of work, four to six weeks usually elapses before a building consent is granted. During this time, we order the materials required for the shed and precut the shed ready for distribution or installationl. If we are installing the shed, we place the job into our work schedule so that once consent is issued, we are ready to commence installation as soon as possible after consent is given.

Of course! Any questions, just give us a call or flick us an email, you will always get an answer. Remember we’re here to help!

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Call 0800 743 3769 or 03 347 7031
weekdays 8:00am to 5:00pm
saturday 8:00am  to 12:00pm


167 Manion Road, Weedons
Between Curraghs Road and Weedons
Ross Road

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