Family owned and operated since 1988, Statewide Sheds prides itself on only working with the best materials, utilising the skills of a team with years of experience in the shed building industry.
Statewide Sheds are invested in the community and only use Australian sourced steel products for their sheds.
The girts, cladding, and purlins they use are also Australian produced.
Statewide Sheds are built to last the test of time according to one very happy customer.
For 40 years, Richard and Anne-Maree Tweedy have run a 3200 hectare mixed farming operation on Mungle, west of North Star, NSW.
Predominantly a cropping operation of wheat, barley, and chickpeas, Mungle also features anywhere up to 400 head of Angus and Hereford cattle.
They first purchased a Statewide Sheds building in 2005 and have recently erected another one.
"I was turned onto Statewide Sheds by a friend who actually worked with another shed company," Mr Tweedy said.
"Our first shed still looks as new as the day it was built, because it was built well and with the right materials.
"That is why we have invested in another Statewide Sheds building.
"The first shed is 18 metres by 42 metres.
"The second one is a fair bit bigger.
"It is 50m long by 36m wide and 6.5m high.
"The new shed easily holds hay, my header, tractors, trucks, planter and seeder.
"The benefit of having such a good, large shed is that it protects all our machinery from the elements.
"When we are servicing the machinery, we can do it out of the heat in the cool of the shed."
Mr Tweedy said he was very impressed with the timely construction of his new shed.
"The team had it all built in just over seven days which is really impressive," he said.
"They had the roof completed in a single day.
"Ricky and his team did a fantastic job putting the shed together.
"The good construction, quality materials and attention to detail are what make it a great shed.
"I have recommended Statewide Sheds many times and will continue to do so."