Quality Home Sheds Brisbane

When you are looking to buy a Home shed, it’s vital that you invest in a strong, dependable and enduring building. You want your shed to keep performing year after year as your workshop, storage facility or backyard all-rounder, and at Queensland Shed Markets, we believe in providing only the highest quality Brisbane sheds for a range of applications. Our home sheds will stand the test of time, holding strong for years to come in the Aussie backyard.

Quality sheds in Brisbane? You’ve come to the right place. Our range is high-quality and offers a huge selection of customisations and options to suit every kind of requirement - from the backyard handyperson through to the dedicated tradie or craftsperson.

At Queensland Shed Markets, we have been designing and supplying top quality sheds Brisbane wide, whether in the city or the suburbs, and can be trusted to bring a top-notch shed to you. We have been supplying in Queensland with quality sheds for over 14 years and are proud to offer a highly engineered and honed shed solution for you. We would love the opportunity to work with you to ensure that you get the product you want, and will happily customise your purchase to suit your home or business.

When you work with us at Queensland Shed Markets, you’ll get:

  • A friendly team of experienced shed enthusiasts
  • Service by a recognised member of the “Steel Shed Group”
  • Access to a range of stores in Australia
  • A quality product from trusted engineers and builders
  • A full warranty on your purchase
  • Almost endless options in customisation for your shed

Our reputation is for exceptional sheds, and we would love the opportunity to serve you. Why not pop into a store in Brisbane - or check us out across Queensland. We’ve got stores in Cairns, Alberton, Beaudesert, Gympie, Laidley, Kingaroy, Morayfield, Mackay, Townsville, Stanthorpe and Toowoomba. We’d love to meet you and would appreciate the opportunity to provide our exceptional customer service and superior workmanship.


Why Choose Us?

Shed Options & Additions

We also offer a range of options and additions to further enhance your sheds Brisbane.
Some of these include roof ventilators, ridge vents, standard access doors, fire doors, mezzanine floors, vermin seals and flashings, water tanks, solar panels for sheds, as well as credit facilities.
We can also provide a number of specialised additions, such as:

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  • Aircell insulation to the roof and wall, which provides very high thermal performance. Easy to install, this insulation product is fibre-free, resistant to insects and rodents, and completely waterproof and fire tested.
  • Windows and glass sliding doors, which come in a range of sizes to suit any and all of your requirements. All our windows and glass sliding doors come fitted with standard keyed locks.
  • Roller doors, which are available in both domestic grade and industrial grade and can be made with a maximum opening size of up to 5000mm high or wide.
  • Connection brackets, which are made of hi-tensile steel. Large, fully bolted and galvanised, these brackets have strengthening folds for top-quality support and are used in compliance with standard building practices and the manufacturer’s specifications to guarantee the manufacturer’s warranty.
  • Personal access doors, or P.A doors, which come with high quality locks, butt hinges and door jams. Designed to be large enough for wheelbarrows and wheelchairs to easily pass through, they are made with sturdy support members on the inside and around the edges.
  • Cladding for walls and roofs, in a range of designs and colours to brighten up the exterior of your building. Ideal for either domestic or industrial buildings, our cladding options can be fully customised to your design preferences.
  • Roof gutters, in a large range of colours and with a variety of available accessories.
  • Customised flashings, which are used to finish all openings so that sheet edging and galvanised framework is covered and protected from insects and rodents. They are sturdily-made and don’t leave any sharp edges.

With our vast range of building options, you are guaranteed to get everything you need from your shed. Our domestic sheds Brisbane range has been designed for easy DIY solutions both now and in the future by extending the gable at any time without having to interchange the main portal frames, which will save significant amounts of labour time and material costs.
You can get just about anything you need for your quality outdoor buildings from us here at Queensland Shed Markets.


The Best Shed Advice

Before you decide on and purchase your home shed, it’s a good idea to think about a few things to help you make the best decision and choose a shed that will meet all your needs. Here are a few handy things to consider:



Measure the area where you plan on erecting your shed, and make a note of any possible obstructions such as overhanging trees and underground pipes. This will allow you to fix the problems in advance if you can, or have them looked at by a professional if it’s not something you can solve yourself.


Decide what you will be using the shed for and what you want to store in it. This will give you an idea of how big you’ll need the shed to be and what additional features you will need, such as power and lighting, windows, ventilators or security locks if you’ll be storing expensive tools and equipment inside.

Think BIG

In most cases, think bigger rather than smaller. It is very likely your belongings will start to build up and soon enough your shed will be full and you’ll have very little space left. So in terms of size when considering the shed you want to buy, if you have the space for it, it’s always better to get a larger one rather than a smaller one. You should also think about how to best use the space for storage, and consider installing additional shelves or storage space so none of the area is wasted.

It’s helpful to note however, that if you do find that you need more space down the track then Queensland Shed Markets can add on to your existing shed to extend it and create more space so that you don’t have to buy and construct a whole new one.

  • Try not to plan on erecting your shed on low lying ground where water can pool and build up when it rains. This could lead to your shed getting flooded, and its contents inside getting damaged.
  • Make sure the site where you plan on erecting your shed is flat and level. If you want to avoid extensive and time consuming ground work, consider purchasing a floor framing kit to ensure a strong and level foundation.
  • Remember to allow for space and door openings where you want the front of your shed to be, so that you can easily move belongings in and out without getting blocked or stuck.
  • Consider the environment and surrounds of where you plan on erecting your shed, and how visible it will be in your yard so you can choose a colour option and design that is aesthetically pleasing and doesn’t interfere with the surrounding area in an unsightly way.
  • Make sure you look into any local regulations or restrictions for your area so you are sure you are not violating any of them. Some areas will have limitations on the height of your building and the colours it’s allowed to be painted.
  • Think about additional extras you will need. Water tanks can make good use of the drainage from the shed roof, roller doors and personal access doors can help with moving in and out easily, and carports can add valuable protection and extra workspace. We have a range of optional additions and extras that you can enhance your shed with.

Important Building Requirements

To help you get the most from your purchase, it may be important for you to have an understanding of the building classes and what they are allowed to be used for as per the Building Code of Australia. Below is some information on appropriate uses.

Please note that a shed should not be used for a dwelling unless it is a class 1 building or structure.
[1] A class 10 building i.e. a shed, garage or carport is a non-habitable building or structure and as such cannot be used as a dwelling.
[2] A class 1 building i.e. an engineered designed house is a habitable building and as such can be used as a dwelling.
There are some varied exceptions to the rules, but it is generally best to follow the above advice. For more information about the Building Codes, visit the Australian Building Codes Board website.