When erecting sheds on site, we employ a unique method in which the shed is entirely assembled while still on the ground and is then lifted up by a crane (or in this case – four!).
This allows us to make sure erections are quick and don’t require hours of difficulty spend fixing roofing sheets from cherry pickers.
Take a look at a few of the photos below of the different stages of a shed lift.
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10 Of the Most Beautiful Indoor Horse Arenas
There are hundreds of beautiful hidden treasures – magnificent indoor riding arenas tucked away amongst the bushes that most of us will never know are there.
This post is all about celebrating those arenas & taking a look at what makes them some of the most beautiful indoors in the world.
The photos speak for themselves.
Cost To Build A Hay Shed
The average cost to build a hay shed is $58,401 (for an approximate size of 40m x 21m x 7m).
Small to medium hay sheds
This size range includes sheds ranging up to 18m x 15m. They are mostly used for private properties, hobby farms or vocational farming.
Cost range: $10,000 – $65,000
Medium hay sheds
Medium sized hay sheds are for larger quantities of hay. These include sheds usually used for medium-sized commercial farms, ranging up to 38m x 18m.
Cost range: $40,000 – $65,000
Medium to large hay sheds
These larger constructions have a wider range of sizes. They are generally large-scale, industrial hay sheds. This bracket of hay sheds sizes extends up to 63m x 30m.
Cost range: $70,000 – $150,000
HEAR FROM PREVIOUS FARM CLIENTS
Central Steel Build has been building quality hay sheds of a wide variety of sizes and specifications for over 45 years. Take a look at some of our past hay shed jobs below.
Hay and machinery shed
Large hay shed
Medium sized hay shed