Sheds & Garages

Built for the Australian lifestyle

Steeline Sheds is the only name you need when looking for a competitive quote on sheds, garages, awnings, workshops and barns.

Garages are an integral part of the Australian lifestyle. Whether it’s a single garage, a shed for the boat, a multi car garage or even a large workshop, our experienced team will work with you to tailor a design to suit your specific requirements by utilizing our Shed Design and Quoting software.

Our versatile modular system means that you can design and build a shed with either a gable or skillion roof that fits your home and has all the features you need. Choose your shed span and then combine standard, wide or open bays, access doors, windows, skylights and more. Make a colour choice with Colorbond® or Zincalume® steel cladding for a shed that perfectly complements its surroundings.

Steeline shed structures are designed to meet the toughest standards for quality, durability and attractiveness. The fully bolted frame and clear shed span design is highly adaptable for a variety of uses and strong enough to withstand the toughest Australian conditions.

Our sheds exceed Australian standards and all our products have been independently tested for different conditions including “low-high-low” cyclonic regions.

Your Steeline shed can be supplied in kit form for you to build or can be installed by our licensed contractors for a complete ‘turn key’ solution.

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What to ask when buying a shed - Does the steel in your shed meet Australian Standards?
Most sheds are designed and built in Australia, but in some instances the shed and the steel can be made somewhere else. Steel made by BlueScope is guaranteed to meet or exceed Australian Standards.

To comply with the National Construction Code (NCC) requirements, the steel used in your shed should comply with the relevant Australian Standards.

ZINCALUME® steel (often used in roofing and walling) and GALVASPAN® steel (used for the important structural  components) are made to comply with AS1397.COLORBOND® steel is made to comply  with AS2728.

What to ask when buying a shed - Will your shed stand up to Australia’s harsh conditions?
Around Australia our scientists have been testing steel products for over 50 years in some of the country’s harshest climatic conditions. Australia has some of the highest UV levels in the world, which can play havoc with painted steels. In fact, AS2728 requires pre-painted steel used in buildings to be tested in designated extreme climates throughout Australia, including sunshine exposure sites. And as required by the Standard, testing is conducted for performance attributes such as blistering, cracking, flaking and peeling. In other words, COLORBOND® steel is tested against defects that you do not want to see appearing on your shed.

Can you be sure this testing has been performed on pre-painted steels made in other countries, to foreign standards?

What to ask when buying a shed - The workmanship in your shed may have a warranty but what about the steel?

In addition to the workmanship that goes into your shed, make sure the steel used in your shed has a warranty you can trust. Roofing and walling made from COLORBOND® steel and ZINCALUME® steel is backed by a warranty* from BlueScope right here in Australia.

What to ask when buying a shed - Is it genuine COLORBOND®, ZINCALUME® and GALVASPAN® steel in my new shed?

Look for the brand. To make sure you get genuine, COLORBOND® steel, ZINCALUME® steel and GALVASPAN® steel, ask your shed supplier to show you the brand marking printed on the reverse side of the steel. Made only by BlueScope, these registered brands have built a reputation as some of the most trusted building materials in Australia.

What to ask when buying a shed - Is your shed design engineered specifically for your site?

Like your house, your shed should also be engineered specifically for your site. Every shed is different in terms of the site, exposure to the elements and distance from other buildings. Combining this data with other important information such as the intended use of your shed and the wind speed, enables your shed supplier to determine the right design specification.

Do you supply kit only or take care of Council, Slab & Erect?

Some of our Steeline Stores are fully licensed to complete your shed, garage or carport from council application to completion. We are not licensed plumbers so we do not undertake stormwater connection – your downpipes will be installed to ground level only. We only use experienced licensed subcontractors for concreting and erect works as we require a quality finished product at all times. Contact you local Steeline Store to find out more.

Is there a range of colours available?

There are 22 modern colours for you to choose from in the Blue Scope Colorbond Steel Range as well as standard Zincalume. You can choose different colours for your walls, roof, gutters, flashings, barge and doors. Click here to see the range of colours available.

Do the kits come with engineering for council?

Yes, a full set of engineering drawings (specific to your building) is available to you once we are in receipt of a signed contract and a deposit.

Can my building be erected onto footings without a slab?

Yes, your shed or carport could be erected on ground level footings or embedded into the footing if preferred to a slab.

How are your buildings anchored to the slab or footings?

Each building is designed to be anchored with hold down bolts and brackets – either attached to the top of the slab, or cast into the concrete.

Can I add a side awning at anytime later?

Yes this is as simple as cutting a neat slot in the wall sheets at each portal frame & inserting a flat plate bracket to pick up the column inside & bolt the rafter to it outside the wall to extend out whatever width awning you choose.

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