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QuickJack system: A shed base option for garden offices

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 17, 2016 01:07 AM
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by (alex johnson) last modified Mar 16, 2016

The three most common queries we receive at Shedworking Towers are about planning permission, heating garden offices, and DIY recommendations including shed bases. Here's one which may be of interest, the QuickJack system which works with both soft surfaces (grass and soil) and hard ones (concrete, tarmac, etc). It was successfully trialled in the UK last year and the range of brackets has now been expanded and the products are bright zinc plated to prevent corrosion. Essentially, it is an adjustable system for people who already have a base or partial base but the base has either failed or is uneven or they simply want to extend it to accommodate a larger/new building. The new system for hard surfaces provides variable inches of adjustment and can be bolted to the hard surface to prevent uplift. More details at ----------------------------------------------------






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