one question - On your app you had temp, humidity etc - what are you using for that part of the control system?
its 7.5m x 3.66m , so just under 30sqm I got all the basic building materials from travis perkins but know I guy that works there so got a good trade rateWow, £5.5k is a bargain for the quality of the build here. Your shack is pretty big too isn't? What's the SQM for that price?
You should post up recommended suppliers also Kev, or ones to avoid etc.
That would be really useful Kev, I am still planning mine but will be unashamedly stealing a lot of the design ideas from your shed build so an idea of what to buy and how much it should cost will help no end.If anyone is that interested I could give a breakdown of the main bits to give ideas
Hi Pete yes by far - but it did include all of the trims for the corners as well and around door and window. I had to use fireproof because building within 2m of boundary so little choice. I would of used barrel log shiplap at half the cost if I could of but then it needs treating every year so I think the extra expense was well worth it. Also if I get bored with the colour it can be painted with hardieplank paints to about any colour I wantInteresting stuff Kev. So the biggest single expense here, by far, was the Hardiplank cladding.
I wonder if there are any lower cost alternatives? It does look like lovely stuff though.
Hi Pete,Think for mine I'm going to go with the pad stone foundations like what Jsyjay did here: http://www.pinballinfo.com/community/threads/pin-shed-on-a-budget-ish.34714/
I like the idea of a floating floor for ventilation underneath.
The LED flat panel I got from eBay (I have 3). There are RGB lights on top that provide an uplight on the apex roof for when I am playing.
Hi,Love the electronics - I can see what looks like arduino board and 2 8 way opto isolated relay stacks - is that a couple more relays in bottom centre?
Presume you also have a arduino wifi board to connect it to blynk app?