Carpentry & Joinery Question

I need a basic garden shed approx 12ft x 6ft....material and carpenter how much roughly will it cost me?

8 Answers

Best Answer

It would be far cheaper to buy a ready-made shed, and get someone to assemble it.

Answered 8th Apr 2011

Rupert Burrows Design Contracts

Member since 16 Nov 2008

Alot of shed/garage suppliers have good offers on at the moment, so might be cheaper to buy one ready made.
If you need a carpenter to build one, place your requirements on Post a Job, where you will then get a price.

Answered 8th Apr 2011

B J D BUILDING/ROOFING

Member since 29 Oct 2008

typicall shed around 200 pounds ,1 day putting up around 450 in all

Answered 8th Apr 2011

substructure

Member since 7 Jun 2008

a good carpenter would take about a day and a half to build that size of shed and materials would be about £100 so your looking at no more than £300 for the completed job

Answered 8th Apr 2011

jdk joiners

Member since 7 Jun 2008

ollie my answer to your question would be buy a new shed,because the price of timber and paying a carpenter to make it would treble the cost

Answered 8th Apr 2011

Anderson Carpentry

Member since 8 Dec 2006

Hi Ollie,
to supply and fit basic 12'x6' double door timber shed, 11mm treated T&G cladding on a sturdy frame, premium T&G flooring, 10 year rot and fungal guarantee would cost £795.00
The cost would increase if there is additional ground work needed to lay the base,
also if you require windows in the shed,
Hope this helps Gary.

Answered 8th Apr 2011

Everybuild

Member since 12 Aug 2009

if the ground is prepared you would be around £300.00

Answered 9th Apr 2011

A A LANDSCAPING BUILDERS.

Member since 24 Mar 2009

Hi Ollie
I would allow £400 for a 12' x 6' ready made shed and £150 for full assembly.
Regards, Paul

Answered 9th Apr 2011

Bellini Manufacturing

Member since 7 Apr 2011

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