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HOW TO INSTALL YOUR SHED
Tip #1 – You will need
  • Gloves
  • Impact Driver
  • Screwdriver
  • Drill
  • Rivet gun
Tip #2 – Instructions
Read through each page of your instructions carefully. Absco also has a free assembly app with step-by-step videos. Download from the App store or get it on Google Play.
Tip #3 – Parts Checklist
Check off your parts using your parts checklist in the instruction manual or app. If you are missing any parts, contact Absco before getting started.
Tip #4 – Protecting Panels and Doors
Use trestles and timber to keep your product off the ground to avoid any damage. We recommend using cloth or towel for extra protection of the panels.
Tip #5 – Workspace
Allow yourself plenty of space for assembling your shed. Use two people when handling the panels, they can be big and awkward, especially when it’s windy.
Tip #6 – Assembling Panels
Make sure your sheets are facing the right way up and they are flush top and bottom. Align the holes before you screw them off and make sure the orientation is correct.
Tip #7 – Take a break
Once you’ve built all your panels, leave the project overnight in a space spot overnight and start fresh the next morning.
Tip #8 – Secure your shed
When you’re joining your walls together you may get a little bit of movement in the shed. Once you’ve got the roof on and bolted down, the shed will be nice and secure.
Tip #9 – Don’t rush
Don’t rush, take your time when you’re building your shed. Use the instructions and the Absco App.
Tip #10 – Enjoy your shed
Congratulations, you’ve just completed your Absco shed, enjoy the accomplishment.

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Please note: Absco Sheds instructional videos can be applied to many of the Absco Sheds products. The basic steps and procedures are the same however some sheds may require additional parts. Please also be aware that the part numbers are different depending on what model you are installing.
Disclaimer: These videos are for instructional purposes and should be used as a guide only. It is recommended that you undertake a risk assessment to identify a safe work method before beginning the assembly process.