A simple, small building, this 1.8 x 2.4m Superior Shed
has been installed in the garden of customer’s new house in Ware, Hertfordshire to use as a helpful storage shed for their gardening tools. It was designed by our in-house CAD engineers and then hand-made to order by our skilled craftsmen and women at our HQ in Narford, Norfolk before being delivered and installed at our customer's address by members of our expert installations team, which is all included as part of the end-to-end service we offer.
To make sure all the customer’s tools are kept safe, the main feature our customer definitely wanted on their shed was our security pack; this consists of a seven lever lock and heavy duty sliding bolt that is anti-sawing, anti-picking, anti-prising and anti-cropping, security screws for the door hinges that are impossible to unscrew, and stainless steel window bars that are mortised into the frames during manufacture, making a very secure system.
Apart from the security pack, this is a simple garden shed, with our heavy duty felt on the roof that is propane torched on to increase its longevity, and the timber has been treated with our Light Oak Preservative, which will protect it from fungi and woodworm, while still giving the wood a nice sheen.
I should like to take this opportunity to thank you for the very nice Superior Shed that was delivered to me on Friday 23rd Jan. I should also like to thank the two fitters for their excellent work. I am looking forward to installing my model trains.
Mr W - Lowestoft
As you can choose the placement of your doors and windows on our Superior Shed range, our customer chose to have a door with a window in the gable, as well as two windows on the right-hand side, one of which can be opened, to add some style to their building.
This is just one example of the Garden Sheds we can make in our Norfolk based factory. To learn more about the different configurations you could have, please contact us on 01760 444229, or come and visit one of our Eight Show Centres across the country to see them for yourself.