We have over 30 years’ experience, both in the UK and New Zealand, designing and building timber sheds and buildings.
Styles and fashions may have changed during this time, but ultimately everyone needs a good, sturdy shed – and we know how to build them.
Sam the shed man built his first shed when he was just a young teenager. We have long since lost count of the number of sheds he’s built over the years.
Since then the range of buildings has expanded from simple garden sheds, to stables, sleepouts, summerhouses, studios, and a whole range of kids playhouses in many shapes and styles.
After several years in the landscaping and contracting industries, Sam is now deluged with requests to make sheds so we bring you: Kiwi Cabins.
All our buildings are designed and made in either the Waikato by Sam or a member of his close-knit team.
If you don’t see exactly what you are looking for on our website then please get in touch for a personalised quote.
Don’t settle for cheaper, flimsy tin sheds – our timber sheds are solid and built to last.
Quality timber buildings for your home or business.
All prices on our website include delivery and assembly and delivery within 30km of our Waikato or Bay of Plenty sites. Delivery further than this can be arranged at an additional cost.
Timber is a natural product with natural characteristics such as; colour variations, warping, shakes, splits, knots, knot holes, and varying surface finishes.
We supply timber products designed for external garden use, and as such our designs take into account timber’s natural characteristics and properties when designing for structural integrity.
All timbers are checked prior to shipment. Between the point of shipment and assembly the characteristics of timbers may adjust, sometimes this is more evident in pressure treated sections, due to the manufacturing process. Once assembled timbers may continue to adjust to environmental factors such as the weather and load. If you require a smoother finish you may wish to sand some of the timbers, but this is an individual choice. Splits and cracks in wood are typical and are part of the integrity of the timber and cannot be guaranteed against.