If you own or work on a Newcastle farm, you will know the importance of having the best protection for your farming equipment and tools. True Blue Sheds Newcastle offers a comprehensive range of steel farm sheds and machinery sheds designed to suit the harsh Australian outback.
Our team of industry professionals can amend our existing designs in terms of length, span and height to suit your farming needs. Tell us what you are storing or driving into your shed, and we will design your shed to serve you. Have all open bays or a combination of both open and closed. We can even offer uneven bay sizes to fit your equipment, feed and produce.
Barns are a charming and attractive rural structure that can be used for various purposes. Primarily used as an agricultural building, a steel barn is ideal for those looking for a solid and robust building.
True Blue Sheds steel barn options come with a 20-degree centre pitch and can be modified to suit your farming or building needs. Add stable sections onto the front and tack rooms to protect your horses, or add a mezzanine floor and diving walls for residential use and storage.
The New South Wales climate is often unpredictable, so investing in as much cover as possible makes sense to protect not only your expensive assets such as your motor vehicles.
True Blue Sheds supplies a standard range of steel carports made using strong COLORBOND® Steel for the rooflines – providing the ultimate protection from the natural elements. Roof styles include every famous gable, skillion, hip and Dutch gable.
When it comes to your business, you should only invest in the best. True Blue Sheds specialises in the supply of quality industrial steel building solutions.
We have a range of designs perfect for use as warehouses, factories, schools, offices, boat sheds and workshops, and of course, we can custom design a building to suit your specifications. We can work around the size dimensions you need to protect your business activities.
If your property is classed as located in the cyclonic region, additional design factors need to be considered. Most importantly, the metal roof system must withstand low-pressure sequences experienced by wind loads common to tropical cyclones. Another factor to consider is high-intensity rainfall, which impacts building design.
The weight of the steel used, and a cyclonic regional rating may dictate spans available. Additional design specifications, such as wind locks on roller doors, may be required.
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