Superior Shed with Additional Window
This large Superior Shed
was recently installed for a customer based in Datchet, Berkshire. The ideal workshop, this 3.6 x 6.0m Shed enjoys full insulation and interior oak-faced lining with a heavy-duty floor, meaning it is not just suitable for year-round use, it is also well protected against frequent footfall and the storage of heavy machinery.
The customer worked with our design team and experts to ensure that the building complied with planning permission and still maintained a workable interior height. They also opted to add black guttering in order to protect it against the elements and increase functionality.
I’ve been meaning for the last week to write praising Cranes to the skies and telling you just how thrilled we are with our beautiful new building... ...We are SO impressed with all the members of staff we've had the pleasure of meeting over the period we've been planning this - without exception everyone in Cranes has been helpful, considerate and cheery and nobody told us that to try and get a top of the range biuilding into a space without proper access was foolhardy - they just made sure it happened. It's truly wonderful in this day and age to encounter such superior, faultless and courteous organisation and implementation. Many congratulations and thanks to you all.
Miss E - London - December 2016
Externally, the high-quality FSC® certified timber shiplap exterior is coated with our Lizard shade of paint which will protect it against the elements and woodworm as well as fungus. The customer also requested that a security pack was added to the shed, which includes window bars, non-returnable screws and a heavy-duty, 7-lever sliding bolt padlock.
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