Can you get a decent shed for less than £250?

I get a lot of people finding shedblog by searching and finding “cheap sheds” but looking for £100 sheds – but it was a post from 2009 and things have changed a lot.. the price of timber has gone up and people are expecting better quality buildings for their cash nowerdays – but the days of the £100 shed are gone – sorry sheddies.

There are a lot of sub £200 sheds you can buy from your local DIY shop, so if you want something dead cheap just get one but you will be disappointed I think, there are lots of sheds that are better quality but you will have to pay at least £250 for half decent one – here are a few from shed companies familiar to readersheds.

Great Quality Cheaper sheds

B& Q Apex Shiplap 6 x 4 Shed Honey Brown –
 £249.00 from



BillyOh 300M Classic Value Tongue and Groove Apex Shed
£214.99 from Garden Buildings Direct From



Economy Apex Shed 9’x6′
£231 from Taylors Garden Buildings



8′ x 6′ Walton’s Ultra Value Tongue and Groove Apex Garden Shed £239.95 from Waltons



7’9 x 5’10 (2.36 x 1.78m) Windsor Overlap Reverse Apex Shed
£221 From ShedStore


But with my experience of getting a cheaper shed in the past, I would save up a bit more cash and get a shed in the £450+ range if you want longterm stability.

If you click on the links above and buy a shed then readersheds get’s a small percentage – so I can build the shed empire bahaha

By Andrew Wilcox

I love sheds Founder & judge of Shed of the year - Wilco writes mainly about sheds. About the blog Enter your shed into #shedoftheyear