I suppose a chicken run is part shed, part fence. The hens enjoyed helping the build by scratching around the new post holes.
This customer had a new garden that they had already fenced. Here is my shed in progress.
You may think this woodshed looks unfinished and you’d be right. Some customers will want to finish the work themselves to save costs or for the creative pleasure of their own project. In this case, we delivered the materials and set up the uprights and the roofing. We will always respect customer’s wishes.
Clocks all working fine now – new hands, new varnish – and ready to be delivered. Tested them by hanging them on my workshop wall.
By an amazing coincidence I have 2 large clocks to repair. The first is an historic Indian Railways replica clock – it needed some dismantling, sanding down and re-varnishing. The very same week another customer brought me a clock which had fallen off the wall and broken.
Last week’s commission was a bit unusual. The shed needed to be small enough to fit an angled space in a small garden but also deep enough to contain a guinea pig hutch with wide-swinging doors. An extra design consideration was opening lights to give ventilation for the small furry animals. We think the piggies were pleased with the result.