A traditional style garden shed with no windows for extra security. Its classic design and striking features make this overlap shed an ideal storage space for any garden. The apex roof style provides an increased internal height giving enough room for most adults to stand comfortably inside without the need to stoop. It also comes complete with high grade finish overlap cladding, protected with a red cedar water based treatment. Access to the Shed is easy with a well braced single door on the gable end.All sheds are comprised only of extremely high quality timber. This means fewer knots, splits and a much longer lifespan. The roof of the Shed is covered with heavy duty green mineral felt for further protection.
Technical Information:Sizes are approximate only and refer to external dimensions exluding roof overhangs.
Why buy a Woodland Shed? The following points should help you with your decision:
Woodlands Sheds are clad with high grade 9mm finish overlap cladding ? beware of garden sheds that feature poorly finished rough edged boards milled out of inferior timber often with a ?paper thin? finish.
Woodlands Sheds feature thick solid butt-jointed timber boards in the floor and roof sections and contains NO cheap sheet materials such as OSB or chipboard.
UK MANUFACTUREDWhere has the shed I am about to buy been made and by who?- Woodland do NOT import their sheds. Woodland have their own mill in Yorkshire which is owned and staffed entirely by Woodland. This gives complete control over the manufacturing process meaning they can oversee the quality of the timber. Any timber found to be inferior is simply not used.
The following is a list of postcode areas that are not included in the delivery zone. If you live in an area listed in this table, we are unable to deliver to you. If in doubt, or bodering on one of these postcode areas, please phone us before placing your order to avoid disappointment.
Note: All offshore locations and islands are also excluded from the standard delivery zone
"WELL BUILT AND GOOD VAULUE"
Reviewed Thursday, 31 October 2013