Estimates can vary wildly for costs when building a shed. Each project is different, and there are various things that influence final price.
We have calculated the average cost-per-square-metre below for some of our main industries. It is very possible that your actual cost will differ, but you may be able to use these figures for relatively simple shedding.
NOTE: These are estimates and actual prices may fall outside of the range. The exact cost per square metre comes down to a number of things, including height and complexity. Projects can differ.
Including: Garages, carports, storage sheds, workshops etc.
Average cost per square metre: $236m2 – $318m2
(Note: Domestic builds have a higher cost per square metre because they generally have much lower square metreage. This cost covers site preparation and erection)
Typical size: 12m x 9m at a cost of $24,126
Including: Hay Shed, Machinery Shed, Grain Shed, Cattle Sheds etc.
Average cost per square metre: $67m2 – $110m2
Typical size: 24m x 18m at a cost of $45,620
Including: Indoor riding arenas, stables, equestrian complexes etc.
Average cost per square metre: $90m2 – $136m2
Typical size: 41m x 21m Arena Cover at a cost of $83,760.
Including: Offices, showrooms etc.
Average cost per square metre: $130m2 – $229m2
Typical size: 36m x 22m at a cost of $122,000.
Including: Factories, warehouses, large workshops etc.
Average cost per square metre: $106m2 – $176m2
Typical size: 36m x 20m at a cost of $76,220.
Including: Habitable Dwelling Frames & Liveable Sheds.
Average cost per square metre: $190m2 – $454m2
Typical size: 15m x 20m at a cost of $57,150.
Including: Ball court cover, learning areas etc.
Average cost per square metre: $99m2 – $149m2
Typical size: 32m x 17m at a cost of $80,130.
Including: Aeroplane hangars & helicopter hangars.
Average cost per square metre: $187m2 – $281m2
Typical size: 18m x 18m at a cost of $70,370.
Things You Should Know Before Starting an Equestrian Business
Starting your own business is a big financial and personal commitment that can go either very well or very badly. Some will succeed and some will fail, often the difference between these two groups is those who get it right from the start and those who don’t. There are a few things you must know and take into account when you start your own equestrian business, which we will explain below.
Know your market
Literally the first thing you should do before starting a business in the equestrian industry is to know your market well. Before you invest in any land and set up a business plan make sure you know who you are targeting and what they want from your business. If you can read the target market well, this will give you an edge on competitors.
Know what will make your equine business successful
From a glance having a business in the equestrian industry it seems easy to make a profit, going from the high prices that are accepted for services and products. However you may be forgetting that horses are expensive animals to keep and house. Therefore it is imperative that you realize your costs compared to your profits and plan your business accordingly. Being smart with your accounts from the start is very important to be successful.
How to structure an equestrian business
A main thing to keep in mind when starting an equine business is that it can be a liability in legal sense. People can sue you easily. To protect yourself from liability you must do two things; pick a business structure that will allow the most protection for your needs and get insurance. Make sure your insurance will cover what you need it to cover, even if it might cost a little more at the time it could save your business down the track.
A business plan is very important in ensuring your horse business will be a success. It sets out what you want to be as a business and what you are wishing to achieve. Make sure your business plan is comprehensive and goes over long term and short term goals as well as financials.
Horse contracts and agreements
Horse businesses rely on contracts and agreements for almost everything that is involved in the industry. Make sure your contracts state your terms clearly and think carefully about how to word the fine print so as to not get caught later on.
Good luck with your starting your own equestrian business, we hope our advice assists your in succeeding. If you are interested in constructing any equestrian buildings Central Steel Build would love to help you with your project.