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It’s not surprising that the motivation to spend time preening your garden dramatically drops as the colder weather rolls in.
Outdoor building manufacturer, Tiger Sheds, asked homeowners about their winter gardening habits, revealing that two in five (40%) don’t take precautions to prepare their garden or garden buildings for the cooler weather - often leading to costly damage!
Who doesn’t love spending time in their garden when the summer sun is shining? But for many, the temptation to make the most of your garden furniture and the motivation to spend time preening your plants to perfection dramatically drops as the colder weather rolls in.
Outdoor building manufacturer, Tiger Sheds, surveyed the nation to unveil their garden habits, revealing that a massive two in five (40%) of Brits don’t take precautions to prepare their garden or garden buildings for the cooler weather.
After producing the world’s first brewing shed where you can make and sell your own beer, outdoor building manufacturer, Tiger Sheds, has gone on to take an in depth look into why Brits are choosing to start businesses from the comfort of their own homes or even back gardens.
All big companies start from humble beginnings, but, as government data highlights, over 620,000 new enterprises registered in the UK last year alone, and around 70% of companies start in the home. With this in mind, it seems that business really is booming for home-based startups.
British summer can be temperamental at the best of times - one minute it’s blazing hot sun and the next it’s a torrential downpour. This kind of changing weather can be good for your garden, but tough on your shed or garden furniture. Offering its expert advice, garden building specialist, Tiger Sheds, has put together five tips on how to keep your shed looking its best all summer long.
1. Treat your garden shed with preserver
To get the best out of your shed, treat it with high-quality wood preserver at least once a year. Preserver is essential to prolong the life of your outdoor building - it protects the timber from the elements and helps to maintain its appearance and strength.
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