Roys Sheds Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) relating to sheds, Please let us know if you need any further assistance.
If you are considering a concrete slab, we do not participate in this stage directly; but we can give you an idea of the average price for Perth per square metre depending on your area. We can also put you in touch with a contractor that has done work for us in the past if the location applies.
In regards to Councils, we help as much as we can, providing the paperwork for approvals and Signed Engineering Drawings. However, we find that in all cases, it is quicker and easier for the customer to submit the documents. This keeps down costs and eliminates any back-and-forth we may encounter by not having personal information at hand.
We highly recommend that you check with your Shire what is required to get your shed approved. In most cases, there are two parts to this:
We do quote for areas outside of Perth; one of our farthest builds was in Newman, WA. Distance will incur an extra cost to account for travel, overnight accommodation, and meals etc.
Like concrete slabs, we do not participate in the earthworks stage of the build. The price for your earthworks will depend on a number of factors: location, elevation, and ground type, (sand, bedrock, etc). Search for local Contractors in your area to obtain an estimate for your earthworks.
You may need a BAL (Bushfire Attack Level) Assessment if your property is in a Bushfire Rated area. To find out if your area is in a Bushfire Zone, please follow this link:
Bushfire Zone sheds which are within 6 metres of a habitable structure require a BAL Assessment. There are 6 ratings with compliance measures outlined for each: LOW, 12.5, 19, 29, 40 and FZ (Flame Zone). We are able to comply with all ratings up to 40. Steel structures are not compliant with FZ ratings so we would be unable to build in that area.
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