There are a wide range of different kinds of sheds and their price is influenced by everything from colour, to number of doors, to location.
The below figures give you a very rough guide to what a shed might cost you to build.
|Low Range||High Range|
|Shed Kit Cost (the actual steel components)||$3,500||$28,000|
|Concrete Slab Cost||$70 m2||$80 m2|
This cost sheet is for domestic sheds only. To get an exact quote for you project, click here.
Changes to Building Warranty Insurance
It might sound terribly boring, but it’s important to stay abreast of major changes in the insurance that covers your new steel building or other residential building.
The Victorian Government has announced the introduction of a Domestic Building Consumer Protection Fund (DBI) to better protect Victorian domestic building consumers.
DBI is an insurance of ‘last resort’. It provides cover to a homeowner where the contracted building work is incomplete or defective in cases where the builder is deceased, has disappeared or become insolvent.
This means no matter what happens, your building is covered by insurance.
Visit VBA for more information about DBI.
Steel Farm Buildings Prices
The average cost to build a steel farm structure (grain sheds, hay shed, machinery sheds, shearing sheds etc.) is $59,151.
Prices range from $10,000 up to $200,000 and depend on the scale and purpose of the building.
To receive an exact quote on your project within 24 hours, send us through the details of your project here.
For an itemised list of the costs of building a shed or farm building, read our article on it here.