Sheds are very unique and need specific requirements. Whether you’re building one for commercial or personal use, there is rarely ever a one-size-fits-all version. That’s because terrain and weather conditions will always be different for every shed site location.
Many times you will need specific designs based on your shed’s location, the climate conditions of your site, terrain and many other factors. That’s why we do our best to provide precise and well-designed specifications for every shed through site specific engineering
Site specific engineering is ensuring that every shed is designed on the basis of the conditions that it will be built on. Making sure that this design will be followed through specific engineering documents that layout for builders how the shed should be built.
When creating plans for site specific engineering, we take into consideration factors such as topography, terrain, building classification and level of importance. Every factor is quantitatively measured to make sure your shed is made just right for the conditions of your location.
Location means a lot in shed design and construction. Let’s say for instance that wind speed is the same for two locations. But one shed may be on a hill and the other in open plains. This will radically change the design of the shed. We will need to know your exact location. With this, we provide the technology and materials specifically required to your region to ensure strength and durability when designing the shed for your site.
Once we gather all the information necessary on your site, our Real Aussie Sheds engineers will create the site specific certification and pass it to your builder. They will then forward the site specific certification and engineering to you to work on council approval (which we can also help you with!)
We know that time is gold. So we ensure every client that we will do everything in our power to speed up the certification process.