Steel Garden Shed Assembly
We have gone to great lengths to ensure our steel sheds are some of the easiest to assemble, with clear and concise instructions. Here is a brief outline of how to assemble your new garden shed. The process is the same for both Galvo and Garden Master sheds.
The boxed shed is delivered in small pieces making handling and transporting easy and economical. Your shed kitset will come in one cardboard box and in most cases a longer plastic wrapped channel pack. With Garden Master sheds the door is pre-assembled and pre-hinged. Comes complete with screws, rivets and a drill bit. Floor sold separately.
Unpack the kitset and read the instructions. Have your tools on hand.
Join the sheets to form the wall panels (pictures 1 and 2)
Fix channels to top and bottoms at every 2nd rib (pictures 3 and 4)
Fit and fix “L” flashing (picture 5). Bear in mind your shed door is already assembled and pre-hinged by our team. Complete all panels as per above and have them ready to erect your shed.
Now just join your corners (pictures 6 and 7)
Slip the shed roof on and fix to the four walls (see picture 8 and 9).
You can download the assembly instruction sheet for a Garden Master GM2315 or Galvo GVO3023 to see the detailed instructions we provide. There is also a series of instructional videos you can find here.
You can also take advantage of our nationwide assembly service to erect your garden shed if preferred.
If you would like someone to erect your garden shed there is a nationwide assembly service. For metropolitan areas of Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Mt Maunganui, Napier,Hastings, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Levin, Kapiti Coast, Wellington, Nelson, Blenheim, Rangiora, Christchurch, Dunedin, Invercargill The Assembly Company can help you out.
Do not attempt in wet or windy conditions. Hand and foot protection must be worn. Make sure your shed is well secured to floor. See concrete and timber floor specifications here.
Garden Shed Assembly Videos
In addition to written instructions, each of our steel sheds come with a DVD detailing the steps involved in building your new garden shed. We have split this DVD into a series of videos which you can view on this page. See for yourself just how simple these sheds are to build.