Superior Shed in a Timber Stain
This 1.2 x 1.8m Superior Shed
has been installed at the bottom of our customer’s garden in Clapham, London to use as a small, but naturally attractive garden shed to store their gardening tools inside.
Heavy duty felt has been used on the roof of this shed, which is a thick felt that is propane torched on to help increase its longevity.
Sticking with the grey theme, the customer chose our Sikkens timber treatment in Grey for the shed, which is a translucent timber stain that allows the grain of wood to remain visible whilst enhancing the natural beauty of it. There are seven different natural colours to choose from in the Sikkens range.
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
If this paint option isn’t quite what you’re looking for, you could alternatively just opt for our Light Oak preservative, which still offers a natural finish. Or, if you want more of a solid colour, you can choose our Valtti or Farrow & Ball paint ranges, which give an opaque finish in a vast range of natural colours.
For peace of mind, and to make sure their tools are kept safe, the customer also chose to have our security pack installed, which consists of a seven lever lock and heavy duty sliding bolt, security screws for the door hinges, and stainless steel window bars.
If you would like to see more of our garden shed range, you can do so by clicking on the link below.