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If your shed is looking a bit sorry for itself then it may seem like a fairly simple task to take it down before replacing it with a new one. But you have to remember that it will be every bit as hard to take down as it was to put up. The first thing to consider is your own safety, as some older sheds may contain asbestos, which will be easily identified by a professional.
There is also the fact that bringing something down is less predictable than putting it up, as well as the fact that you will need to get rid of the extensive waste yourself if you do the job. A professional will be able to take the shed down safely and can include removal and disposal in their price.
Whether your shed is wood or metal, a shed removal expert will be able to quickly carry out the task and leave your garden clean and tidy afterwards. If the shed has concrete foundations then the expert will be able to tell you whether this will be sufficient for your new shed, or remove it if a new shed is not going on the same spot.
Of course, the shed expert may also advise you that your tired-looking shed can be repaired and spruced up rather than removed and advise you of any cost benefits.
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