The No Bull Process

No Bull Sheds has one aim:
Tough Kitset Shed Systems with a keep it simple approach!

We cut the fluff with simple pricing and no small print.

Some shed companies can make it really hard to find the right shed and bamboozle you with ‘additional costs’.

You’re never quite sure what you are getting, the quality of the shed or how much you are paying for the finished product!

Here at No Bull Sheds, we’re totally up front and our range of customised kitset sheds focuses on no-frills, simple pricing.


The No Bull Sheds Process

Getting a great result starts with a simple process. We have a five-step process that we never stray from.
  1. Pick the shed style you want.
  2. Talk to us and we’ll customise it to suit your needs.
  3. We’ll organise the plans, deal with council and manufacture the kitset components.
  4. We deliver your shed.
  5. You build your shed – with our help if you need it.

What do I need to consider when buying a shed?

Well, what do you want to put in it? If you have lots of tall stuff (like a boat) you’ll need a tall shed. If you have stuff you don’t want to get pinched (like a four-wheeler), you’ll need some doors.

If you want doors, you’ll need to make sure they’re plenty big enough for whatever stuff you’re putting inside (there’s nothing worse than expensive gear that won’t fit inside).

If you have long stuff (like trailers) you’ll need a bit of depth to your shed. With No Bull Sheds you get clear-span bays with no internal poles.

That’ll let you make the most of the shed space. Whichever way you go, make sure you get a quality shed and quality service. If that’s sussed, you’ll be fine.

At the end of the day, you’ll fill your shed no matter how big it is.

Why a steel shed?

They didn’t call Superman the “Man of Steel” for nothing. Steel framed sheds have strength and quality of finish like nothing else.

You get clear-span rafters. Which means you don’t have annoying internal poles getting in the way. And no webbed-timber trusses to bash your head on if you’re tall.

Plus, they’re extendable, and easy to repair in case your trailer backing skills need a bit of work.

Will the shed meet council requirements?

Of course. Getting your shed checked by the council once is expensive enough. Getting it checked twice is robbery.

All No Bull Sheds are engineered to high wind zone specifications. They also come with plans and a Producer Statement that Council will want to see.

Every site is different though, so make sure you check with your local Council for specific site requirements before you get stuck in.

Do I need a builder?

It depends on whether you’re a builder. Not really. But kind of.

Your No Bull Shed Pack is designed to be built by anyone with basic building skills.

You’ll also need the right tools and a bit of time.

If you don’t have any of those things, most builders in your area should be able to put it together for you.

If you’re struggling, just get in touch and we’ll help you out, no worries.

How do I get my new shed to the site?

All No Bull Shed Packs get sent to your nearest national freight depot.

From there you can pick it up or delivered it to the site by a freight carrier.

If that’s the road you want to go down, we can help you with that.

What about customer support?

We’re very supportive. From the minute you contact us, we’ve got your back.

We’ll make sure we answer every question.
If we don’t know the answer we’ll find someone who does.

Our number one priority is getting you a great result. If necessary, we’ll walk alongside you every step of the way.

Many satisfied customers have our back on that one!

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