The cost to build a machinery shed varies due to different sizes and specifications. Here we give you a rough estimate of cost ranges. However, as all of our jobs are custom designed, you as a client can request a quote and get a response within one working day.
Small to medium machinery sheds
Small machinery sheds include smaller rural machinery buildings and storage sheds.
Cost range: $13,000 – $20,000
Medium machinery sheds
This bracket usually includes smaller industrial machinery sheds, medium rural machinery or storage structures.
Cost range: $20,000 – $ 100,000
Large machinery sheds
Larger machinery sheds include bigger commercial and industrial machinery buildings and large agricultural storage and machinery sheds.
Cost range: $100,000 – $400,000
Central Steel Build is experienced in the design and construction of machinery sheds in varying sizes and designs. We are happy to work according to the client’s needs and requirements to design and construct exactly the building you need. See below some of our past machinery shed projects.
Agricultural machinery shed
Machinery shed for winery
Rural machinery shed
10 Creative Ways To Reuse Old Horse Stirrups
1. A door knocker.
A simple little way of letting visitors know that they’re about to enter a horse property. A great first impression.
2. A towel holder.
Any way you can get a little reminder of your horses into your everyday decor is a good idea. This lovely little touch makes you feel like you’re in a luxury BnB ranch,
3. Wind chimes.
A great idea that looks nice and sounds even better. Wind chimes are underrated, right?
4. Candle light holders.
Beautiful, simple and easy to set up. As in the photo, it’s best to make sure these aren’t actual open flames, but LED lights.
A wonderful way to liven up your back patio.
5. A dream catcher.
If you’re into the bohemian look, an old English stirrup can be made into a nice dream catcher with some simple crafting techniques.
6. A lamp.
Another project using an old english stirrup, this lamp gives a nice rustic look to a room, and uses the stirrup very subtly.
7. A Christmas wreath centrepiece.
Old stirrups are versatile because of their simple shape – they look great in a whole lot of different designs.
8. A decoration.
Super simple, right? Make use of that naturally beautiful shape of the stirrup and hang a little decoration in there with twine.
9. A hand towel holder.
Or a napkin holder. Either way, all you need is an English stirrup. Nothing else
10. A photo frame.
Beautiful! An elegant way to keep your memories.
English stirrups can be attached to the wall and used as tiny shelves for trinkets. Excellent.
Magnificent timber-clad home in Sailors Falls, Daylesford
We worked with this client’s architect and their builders to create a timber-clad metal frame.
The project looks exceptional; the subtle, earth colours complimenting the impressive natural scenery.