Custom woodsheds

Custom woodsheds are very popular at the moment; I’ve had three commissions in the past 10 days; each one slightly different due to the customers’ own requirements.

Each woodshed is pre-made by me to design of the customer and then delivered and assembled on site.

If you, or someone you know would like a woodshed then get in touch.

Hi Jason. The log store is brilliant! Andy loved it, it was a great surprise for him to come home to. Thanks also for the little piece you made for the back door and for locking the gate. We really appreciate your work and kindness.‘ Julie and Andy

whatever the task, just ask! 

I will fix.,,

A landlord customer who has a property in West Leeds needed urgent works to make it ready for new tenants.

The works included a new weather bar to the front door, and a new garden gate luck and a wooden bath panel.

If you need small jobs or big jobs on your property then get in touch.

Whatever it is, just ask! 

Saving for tomorrow

A customer in Otley lives in a lovely old cottage, but the porch had suffered badly from years of bad weather. My customer wanted to save as much of the porch as possible, so a clinical approach was needed in order to save as much of the original porch as possible.


So after measuring the damaged sections, which included replacing the 1950’s door, the renovation was underway.


So, a new handmade door and a few replacement sections later, the porch is ready for the customer to paint.


Whatever it is, just ask!

“We love it! Absolutely love it! Thank you! We’ve recommended you to a friend to say thank you for all your work.” Julie, Otley.

Garden makeover

A customer moved into their new home and wanted to sort the garden out and do something with the slippery decking. After various concepts they agreed to turf the decking to fit in with their new garden makeover.

So I boarded the decking ready to lay the artificial grass.

The artificial grass arrived and was put down. The customer is happy and their new garden looks great.

Whatever it is, just ask!