I'd been planning a shed rebuild for sometime now, in fact extended the concrete base for shed near the end of Autumn last year but never found anytime to commence the shed rebuild. I've got a fair amount of gardening equipment, lawn mower, hedge trimmer, leaf blower etc etc sat in the garage taking up space, the current shed was too small to host these, so had been planning to knock this down and build it bigger. Recently with garage getting more and more cluttered I had enough and decided to just go ahead and do it. Some before pics :- I think it must have measured something like 1.5m x 2m. If your keen eyed you'll have spotted that I've also increased the grass area by doing some redesign work around the tree Cleared the area behind the shed last weekend, this is the new concrete base that I laid down last autumn. - - - Updated - - - Knocked down the existing shed yesterday. Didn't take long at all, there were barely 2 screws per corner, took longer to empty Lol. The old slab plus new one combined give a 3m x 3m square minus a corner which is taken by the tree. I tried to get some quote from shed places to get a shed for the exact shape and size I needed, a lot of places were saying they only do certain standard sizes and the one quote I did manage to get was £1500. No way was I going to pay that much for the flimpsily built shed, so decided to go custom made. Ordered up some material and set about building the shed. - - - Updated - - - Work area laid out :- and off we go .. started off by the making the far side Used that piece as a template to make the short piece to the left of the tree and followed by the back And then started assembling it all together Made a start on the roof, got two sheets screwed down (out of four) then ran out of some material so called it a day. Pleased with the progress, not a bad days work at all. Tomorrow it'll start looking like shed.