26 Nov Recycling & Replacing a Garden Shed?
How to get rid of your old shed
If your garden shed is nearing retirement then you may be considering buying a new steel or timber shed. The existing shed may have rotted, may be too small or just does not look tight in the garden. The first thing to do is to find the right new replacement shed t is to visit a show centre so you can see the sheds on display, there you will be able to select the right size, colour, finish and of course doors and windows. You can try to select these online but really it is probably worth going to see the shed in the flesh. The Shed Company at Johnstown Garden Centre, Naas has a huge showroom full of sheds which is open 7 days a week with a customer care team on site at all times to help you. You can also pick up a hard copy of our new shed brochure which has all the sizes, prices and options on it.
Once you have selected your new garden shed, you need to start thinking about how will you get rid of your old shed and whats in it. The good news is that the shed company will take away your old shed and bring it to be recycled by pulping it into wood chip. There is a cost involved as we have to send a truck to the recycling yard and pay to have it pulped but at least it is disposed of in a eco friendly manner.
There are a few conditions;
- We will need the shed completely empty and ready to be dismantled.
- We can only remove your old shed if you have a side passageway to carry through the timber panels, if you have no side access then if you can arrange to have the shed dismantle and left out the front we will collect and dispose of it.
- We can only recycle timber sheds
So to get moving, why not drop down to us, have a look at our shed range and once we know what size shed you need removed we can quote for that while you are onsite