Cubicle shed costs

A1baz

Member
Yes sorry, shed was bought in the back end of last year for around £25,000 17' to the eaves plus a 5' foot overhang on one side
Very tempting. I already have a telehandler and a scissor lift!

I’ve asked them if they’ll do it as a self build and how much.

Did your 25k include any walls and who supplied out of interest please?
 

Jdunn55

Member
Very tempting. I already have a telehandler and a scissor lift!

I’ve asked them if they’ll do it as a self build and how much.

Did your 25k include any walls and who supplied you?
No Just the frame, roof cladding on each end and guttering t o be fair. From kit buildings, asked for 16' to the eaves and got nearly 17, well made and been good to deal with.

We already have a telejandler but we hired the super fancy one that probably costs an arm and a leg to buy because you can operate it from the manbasket which saved paying someone to sit in the handler and was a million times quicker, 2.5 people there and had the shed built in 2 weeks. Personally would never contemplate putting a shed up again without it and probably wouldn't get anyone else to do it either
 

A1baz

Member
The kit and the panels would be 50-60k alone i would have thought. Building materials have taken some fearsome jumps in price over the last year. We have just finished a 15 x 36m building and the kit price would have been up at least 30% on this time last year.
If that is erected price too its pretty good, 15m x 48m is a big shed. A 100ft x 50ft roof and legs is 30k ish without the cost of putting it up on top
I guess I wouldn’t have been surprised but from reading threads on here and farming mags profiling new builds, I had £1-1.5k per cow in my head fully fitted out. When this is just the roof and walls I’d think it would be more like 2k per cow fully fitted out, plus slats and slurry storage
 

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