Any farmer with livestock knows the effort and cost involved in continuing to buy feed for their animals, especially during a time of drought, flooding or other challenging circumstances. Recent environmental challenges have highlighted the challenges farmers face in preparing and protecting their feed and pasture. Feed loss might come in the form of a devastated pasture with crops useless before they’re harvested or it may come in the form of harvested feed losing nutrients due to improper storage. And while you can’t stop every form of feed loss, you might be able to reduce that loss by taking additional steps to protect it.
Every year our team travels to a range of different events across Australia to showcase ABC Sheds and our range of structural steel sheds – 2020 will be no different! We’ve got some pretty exciting events lined up this year and we can’t wait to see many of you there, to see how we can help with your shed needs.
At each of the events we're attending we'll also be looking to run the odd shed special and we will also have ABC merchandise to give away like caps and beanies – even more of a reason to pop by our stand to say hi! So you can get prepared, we’ve outlined below the events we’ll be exhibiting at during 2020.
Read on to find out more about each event.
If you’re planning on constructing a new commercial shed or building then you’ll want to make sure you’ve considered all of your options before you start building – one of the most important things to decide on is the type of material you use to construct your shed from.
Steel is becoming more and more of a popular material to use when constructing commercial sheds. Steel is already used widely in the construction industry for things like bridges and high rise buildings, it’s also a great option for commercial sheds due to its versatility and durability.
Find out the many benefits of using a steel frame structure for your next commercial shed project below.
Over the past year we’ve had the pleasure of working on some amazing shed projects across Australia and we thought we’d share a few of them with you. If you’re looking for ideas for your current or future shed then we’ve got you covered!
We asked a few members of the ABC Sheds team to provide their favourite projects so you can get some inspiration. From 5-stand shearing sheds to roof-only hay sheds, there were a bunch of sheds that really stood out to the team. Find out about our favourite 2019 shed projects below!
Many of our customers come to us in need of a custom building solution to meet a range of different requirements. Whether they require a commercial shed for extra storage or perhaps they’ve moved locations and require a new building to run operations out of, there are a wide range of commercial shed projects we end up working on.
Nick Gubbins from Gubbins Home, Timber & Hardware approached us as he was in need of a bespoke shed for his hardware store in Moss Vale. He needed something that allowed for greater storage while also incorporating an office area and loading dock. Read on to find out more about the work we did for Nick, and the custom solution we supplied.
With the end of the year fast approaching (hasn’t this year gone quickly!) we thought we’d look back over our most popular blogs for 2019. From drought management to horse stable inspiration, we’ve covered a range of different topics to do with structural steel sheds. Grab a cuppa and catch-up on our most popular blogs for the year.
If you’re looking to construct a commercial or industrial building, there are important things to consider before you get started. While you should always seek out the guidance of a professional before you start on a commercial or industrial building project, there are some basic things that need to be followed when planning out your project.
In this blog we’ve covered new industrial building requirements for the New South Wales area. Read on to find out what you need to consider before you start your project.
So you’ve decided to invest in a horse stable – good choice! Horse stables or sheds are a great way to keep your horses safe when they need rest, and also offer complete shelter from the elements. As they say – a healthy horse is a happy horse!
When deciding which horse stable you need, there are many things to consider like how many horses will be housed in the stable, if you want to store hay or other feed in your stable, and any special features you’d like to add. It’s also important to consider how a horse stable will work with any existing structures, such as a dressage arena.
In this blog we cover some common types of horse stables and provide a little inspiration so you can decide what will work best for you, and your horses.
Whether you’re a dressage competitor, or you ride horses just for fun, the horse arena that you choose to train in needs to be of adequate size for your training needs. There are different sizes and regulations for different horse arenas, depending on its purpose. If you’re looking to build your own arena for something like jumping or dressage, then it’s important to make sure you’ve got enough space for your requirements.
In this blog we’ll outline the different types of horse arena courses, and what size arenas are best suited for each of these.
Being based in New South Wales, Australia we’re no strangers to the heat and understand that quality sheds need to be built for all weather conditions. Dressage arenas are no different. One of the most common things we hear from clients that require dressage arenas is that they need to be able to train all year round, so they need something that will be suitable on a hot summer’s day as well as the middle of winter.