In The Garden

Outdoor projects such as repairing wood rot in my Garden Seat legs.
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a clock mounted to the side of a wooden building next to a fence and tree
Radio Controlled Wall Clock In My Shed
A Radio Controlled Wall Clock On My Shed Door. This is held in place by 3m Command Strips.
mushrooms are growing on the side of an old wooden plank, with soil in between them
I Found A Common Toad Hiding Behind My Shed
Slug Eggs Behind My Shed
an old wooden bench with leaves on the ground next to it and another piece of wood that has fallen over
I Found A Common Toad Hiding Behind My Shed
A Common Toad Hiding Behind My Shed
a piece of wood that is sitting on a bench
Repairing Rotten Garden Seat Legs
A previously repaired seat leg which has since deteriorated and needs repairing again.
a close up of a piece of wood with grass in the background
Repairing Rotten Garden Seat Legs
A previously repaired seat leg which has since deteriorated and needs repairing again.
a door handle is attached to a wooden door with a metal latch and key on it
Securing Shed Doors
A disc padlock cannot be fitted to a Lullington Hasp with the keyhole at the front. The padlock must be applied with the keyhole at the back and the padlock tilted. The key has to be used blind but it's OK when you become familiar with it.
the inside of a shed with parts labeled
Securing Shed Doors
Securing The Door Hinge Side. Here you can see a padding board and a wrap around board fixed to the hinge side of the door. These stop the hinge side being opened even if the hinges are removed.
an image of a door handle with measurements for the size and width on it's side
Securing Shed Doors
Here you can see how a disc padlock is completely shrouded by a Lullington Hasp so it cannot be cut off with a bolt cropper.
a close up of a wooden door on a building
Securing Shed Doors
This is my shed door which I have made secure with a Lullington Hasp and disc padlock at the lock side, and a wrap around board at the hinge side.
a wooden house with a solar panel on the roof and gutter hose attached to it
My new shed showing the guttering and downpipe. Note how the downpipe comes over to the fence to which it is attached. This allows me to walk around the back of the shed unhindered. A soakaway drain has been provided in the shed base.
a small wooden shed with windows on the roof
My new shed showing the Firestone Rubber roof. I got the plastic parts from Rubber Roof and followed the instructions. With the help from my nephew I achieved a good finish.
a small wooden shed sitting on top of a lush green field next to a fence
This is my new bespoke shed from Ecco Sheds & Pigeon Lofts based in Ripley, Derbyshire. I have covered it with a Firestone Rubber roof. The plan shape is a square with one corner cut off giving it 5 sides. The square is 11ft x 11ft (3.35m x3.35m).
a block of wood sitting on top of a wooden bench in front of some plants
Repairing Rotten Garden Seat Legs
This is a single garden seat leg after the rotten bottom has been cut away and covered with about 5mm of polyester resin (Isopon P38 car body filler) to protect and waterproof it.
a wooden bench sitting on top of green grass
Repairing Rotten Garden Seat Legs
Wood Rot Repair to garden seat legs. The rot has been cut away from the bottom of all the legs. Then they have been covered with about 5mm of polyester resin (Isopon P38 car body filler) to protect and waterproof them. The seat is now ready for painting.