Sheds4U

A user-friendly online tool is available to self-design your own shed or tiny home.

At www.Sheds4U.co.nz, tell them what you want and they will design a plan for you.

You can even upload your own sketchings or drawings.

The specialists in kitset farm sheds are based at 111 Main Road, Makaraka. They moved there in 2017 to be more accessible for farmers, lifestylers and contractors.

Gisborne owner Lincoln Wallace says a lot of their work is farm sheds but there is also a growing demand for a liveable range of sheds — or tiny homes.

“We have quite a number of products to choose from, with all our products being fully customisable.”
Lincoln started the business from home by himself, and has grown to a team of 11 staff.

The Sheds4U team welcomes everyone to visit them at their Makaraka showroom.

“We love meeting with people. Call in and see us today for a free consultation and quote.”

A user-friendly online tool is available to self-design your own shed or tiny home.

At www.Sheds4U.co.nz, tell them what you want and they will design a plan for you.

You can even upload your own sketchings or drawings.

The specialists in kitset farm sheds are based at 111 Main Road, Makaraka. They moved there in 2017 to be more accessible for farmers, lifestylers and contractors.

Gisborne owner Lincoln Wallace says a lot of their work is farm sheds but there is also a growing demand for a liveable range of sheds — or tiny homes.

“We have quite a number of products to choose from, with all our products being fully customisable.”
Lincoln started the business from home by himself, and has grown to a team of 11 staff.

The Sheds4U team welcomes everyone to visit them at their Makaraka showroom.

“We love meeting with people. Call in and see us today for a free consultation and quote.”

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