8 x 8 Shed
Our range of 8 x 8 sheds starts at just £709 with our BillyOh Keeper overlap apex shed.
Every BillyOh 8 x 8 shed is made with high-quality European sourced timber, whether it’s an overlap or tongue and groove model. Our buildings are weather-resistant and built to last whilst keeping your contents as dry and safe as possible. Our most popular 8 x 8 sheds are below:
BillyOh Keeper Overlap Apex Shed
One of our best selling sheds comes complete with a Tongue & Groove Floor and Roof included in the price. Both incredible value and extremely versatile, the Keeper Overlap is the perfect choice when it comes to a garden shed on a budget.
BillyOh Master Tongue and Groove Apex Shed
The Master Tongue & Groove Apex is a fantastic storage solution with a strong, durable build and a range of features. The wide range of sizes and window options allows your building to fit perfectly into any garden space.
BillyOh Expert Tongue and Groove Pent Workshop
The Expert Pent Workshop serves as an ideal, modern workspace. Large double doors give great access and windowed or windowless options allow you to choose the perfect look for you.
If you have tools, time, expertise and access to quality materials, then it may be cheaper to build your own wooden shed. However, if you’re not confident with the prospect of measuring, marking out, and framing your own shed it’s probably not a wise idea. But instead of outright buying a shed you could opt for a BillyOh shed - some simple assembly helps you feel like you’ve built something your own, at a price that’s budget-friendly. We go into more detail on this question in this post.
Perfectly for small-to-medium sized gardens, an 8 x 8 shed provides ample storage space for things like bikes, tools, and lawnmowers. Plus an 8 x 8 shed can also give you enough space to use as a garden workshop. And with a choice between apex or pent roof 8 x 8 sheds, you can make the most of the headspace in your garden shed.
If they’re not likely to infringe on anyone else’s property and will go unnoticed, chances are you won’t need planning permission.
Always check with your local authority, however, if you’re not sure. There are a few minor regulations you should be aware of, so check these to make doubly sure you won’t get into trouble:
- The building shouldn’t be more than 2.5m high at the eaves, and 3m high at the ridge (4m if a double pitched roof).
- Your shed shouldn’t extend beyond the front of the house.
- A garden shed should be single storey.
- No taller than 2.5m if within 2m of a boundary.
- Your garden shed should be no larger than 50% of your garden’s size.