Building an Outpost shed, hen house or play hut can be a great family building project to do together.
With easy to follow step by step instructions the whole family can get involved.
So if you’re thinking about getting the kids a play hut or a new chicken coop or garden shed then you should take a look at the great range of Outpost kitset buildings.
Getting your kids involved in a building project with help teach them practical building skills like hammering in nails and tightening screws. Children will have fun learning to use building tools and using their knowledge of maths to help measure things as required for the building.
Testimonial: "We are so pleased with our new hen house. We wanted something bigger as our old was too cramped and awkward to clean. Outpost were great to deal with and the kit arrived pretty quickly. Putting it together was pretty easy and I managed it alone with some assistance from our 5 year old. She had a hand in the colour scheme (see what I did there?) From Mike"
Outpost DIY kitsets have easy to follow instructions with diagrams to follow and the parts are all numbered or labelled so they’re easy to identify. Some Outpost kitsets are harder to build than others so choose one from our “DIY easy” range of buildings so that the kids can do a lot of the work.
A building project is also great for learning problem solving skills and team work. Find out how satisfying it can be to work together as a family and be able to celebrate a job well done at the end!
If you have older kids you might like to try one of our bigger buildings like the Borderland shed in the pictures to the right. You may need an extra person or two for some bits like lifting heavy parts and positioning the sheets of cladding.
The Borderland shed is great for storing all your garden equipment as well as motorbikes and ride on lawn mowers.
Many families have chosen Outpost Buildings for their family building project and some of them loved it so much that they sent us videos or photos.
If you are interested in doing a building project with your family then take a look at our range of buildings:
Product Feature: Horse stable with two stalls and a tackshed
8 May 2018 | Horse Stables
Two horse stalls with handy tack shed in the middle! The range of Homestead style stables and paddock shelters from Outpost come in a wide range of sizes and options. The one featured here has a tack shed in the middle between two stalls
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Horses that are kept in have to stand still on whatever is on their stall floor for long periods of time, which can be hard on their legs.
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16 February 2020 | Outpost News, Livestock farming
We love hearing from our customers and what they’ve done with their Outpost buildings. For our latest blog, we spoke to a family from down South to find out about their experiences putting together a hen house and calf shelter. Here’s what she had to say…