Count On Us To Complete Your Shed On Time, Every Time
When you live in the hustle and bustle of a concrete jungle, there’s no lovelier escape than relaxing with friends or tending to a vegetable patch in the fresh air of a community garden. These plant-packed public spaces bring the whole neighbourhood together!
To create a green oasis in the middle of a big city, you need a strong steel shed that will store and protect your fertilizers and gardening tools. That’s why the awesome people behind Wentworthville Community Garden put in the time and effort to fundraise and organise council funding for a much-needed shed. After a successful meeting where we delved into the exact requirements, Ted and his team decided to count on ShedPro to build their perfect shed.
As we’ve all done at some point, Ted underestimated the time needed to complete the new shed before their open day promotion. To make matters worse, the weather turned on us, muddying the site for an extended period of time before the big open day (If you look closely at the photograph of our boys on the final day of install, their work boots show just how much mud they had been trudging through!). With the open day fast approaching and the shed having only just been delivered, time was not on our side. Whilst it was a relatively small shed, there were no days left in the building schedule to install it.
Thankfully, the ShedPro boys put everything on hold to prioritise this project.
They pushed the job in on a Sunday, giving the community a whole week before the big day to get everything set up and looking wonderful. Everyone at the garden was so happy with the level of service from ShedPro that we were all invited down for sausages on the open day. However, most importantly, the client must have been delighted with our work because we’ve completed two more community garden projects since.
Thanks in part to a premium ShedPro shed, the sense of community spirit is alive and well at Wentworthville Community Garden. This was definitely one of our favourite projects in 2018.