News & Updates

Catch up on the latest news, updates and specials from McHugh Steel

  • | Posted in: Projects, Shed Projects
    McHugh Steel have recently constructed the long awaited 9.2m x 20m Mens shed at Windemere Road. The Men’s Shed is a not-for-profit organization which helps men all get together and try new activities and to have a support network. The shed was possible due to funding from the State Government. Mr...
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  • | Posted in: Projects, Relocatable Building Projects
    McHugh Steel recently completed a 3 part site office 9.3m long by 10.5 wide at Paradise Dam. The building was constructed on site at McHugh Steel and was transported on 3 trucks in different parts to Paradise Dam where the building was put together. It consisted of a store room, kitchen, disabled...
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  • | Posted in: Projects, Roofing Projects
    McHugh Steel have been a huge part of the development and growth of our local Basketball Stadium after the 2010/2011 floods destroyed the best part of the courts. We have now built new stadium covers to house the courts with the help of grants and funding. The community can now enjoy a fully...
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  • | Posted in: Projects, Shed Projects
    We often find our customers have an existing shed or garage but over time they've found they've outgrown the space and are in need of a solution. No worries! We just built this carport on the side of an existing shed. You can have the extra space at a fraction of the price of a completely new shed.
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  • | Posted in: Projects, Shed Projects
    We've just completed a five bay shed with a zincalume finish over at Moorlands. We're quite happy with this project and so was our customer, who had special needs for two different roller door types. The final measurements were 9 x 20 x 3.9 metres.
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  • | Posted in: Advice & Info
    One of the most common questions owner builders ask upon receipt of their shed kit, is how to fill roller doors. Sometimes pictures speak a thousand words. Use the following pictures and you are sure to have your roller doors installed properly and up to QBSA standard.
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  • | Posted in: Advice & Info
    A common question that is easy to answer is 'how many sheets would I need?'. Our sheeting is able to cover a width of 762mm. Therefore, to calculate the number of sheets needed simply divide the area width by this cover width: Roof Width / Cover Width = Amount of Sheets Example of a roof width of...
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