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Queensland’s Chris Grattan Sheds has opened a new branch near West Ipswich.
The Queensland Times reports that the business, which creates sheds ranging in size from a backyard gazebo to an aircraft hangar, has added its headquarters with the new facility.
The husband and wife-led team manufactures at its main Walloon site using Australian steel.
"We use heavy .42 base metal thickness roof and wall sheets, we use heavy gauge purlins in our frames and our girts and top hats are spaced closer together than most other sheds," Gratton told the Times.