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Old Posted: 15-06-2014 , 08:44 PM #1
mar754
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Default Moving timber garden shed

Hi Any tips on ways to move 10ft/8ft timber garden shed to end of garden.
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Old Posted: 30-09-2014 , 03:03 PM #2
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Default moving shed

Judging by the age of this post I'm pretty sure you have it sorted but for anyone else with similar predicament. Firstly shed needs to be empty (less weight to move). To move the shed use wooden round stakes or poles 4 or 5 should do. If garden is reasonably flat either jack up shed end ( direction of which shed is moving) place stake about 6inches in across width. Get extra bodies and push shed placing another stake in spaced about 2 ft intervals as stake comes out opposite end move it to the front and repeat until shed is at destination. To turn shed gradually turn stakes when placing and shed in motion.
If garden is not as flat place 2 -3 strong timber lengths on grass like train tracks on which stakes can roll..
Hope this helps
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Old Posted: 30-09-2014 , 04:48 PM #3
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Thank you Vagabond2012 great help. Its still in the same position!!!!! plan very slow being put into action :}. I am still planning to move it its doin my head in where it is at the moment. Thanks again
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Old Posted: 03-04-2016 , 05:29 PM #4
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Default moving a shed

i moved mine by screwing planks of wood on and leaving about 2 feet protruding from each each corner and four of us lifted it
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