This farmer built a shed with Buffalo Built after a lot of research and a little push from his wife.
The man, from Moyhu in North East Victoria, originally found out about the business via a newspaper ad.
He had been seriously planning the shed build for about 18 months when he walked into 18 Murrell Street, Wangaratta, to talk to shed expert Ross Barker.
“I went to the optimum range and when Ross put it all together it was just too much,” he said.
“I sat on it for six to eight months.”
He then made some alterations and the quote was still higher than he wanted.
“My wife said ‘don’t be stupid, do it.”
The shed is now built and the farmer is currently working on adding a mezzanine floor and will eventually install electricity.
It’s a 15m by 9m multi-purpose farm storage shed and workshop and has been a huge asset to the agricultural business.
“I’ve had a lot of compliments on how good it looks from a lot of people,” he said.
He’s so pleased, he has even referred one person to the business already.
“I was talking to someone, a very shrewd operator, and he said overall costs are cheaper than to build a shed you see on TV for cheaper, once you add in all the extra costs.”