3.6 x 5.4m Superior Shed in Wood Green, London
This garden shed is our Superior Shed
, installed in Wood Green, London for a customer in need of a practical storage solution and workshop space. They wanted a building where they could safely and securely store their garden equipment and tools. Like all of our buildings, they are hand-crafted by a team of skilled craftsmen in our factory in Norfolk, this is to ensure they are finished to the highest possible standard.
Our Superior Sheds are available in a range of sizes, with this one measuring 3.6m x 5.4m to ensure our customer has plenty of space for their storage requirements. This building has an apex roof covered in heavy duty felt, which is a non-rip material applied with a propane torch to increase its longevity. It has then been finished off with a Green Sikkens Wood Stain which allows the grain of the timber to be seen through while also providing a high-quality colour pay off.
My family and friends (and neighbours) love the shed it is the most superior design and a lot of people have commented positively about the build quality too.
Mr A - Enfield
Our customer has also chosen to have our security pack added on as extra to their building, ensuring it benefits from extra protection, with stainless steel window bars mortised into the window frames, impossible to unscrew screws on the door hinges, and a heavy-duty sliding bolt with a fully steel encased 7 lever lock. One of our oak-faced plywood workbenches has also been installed inside to provide an area to work as well as additional storage space.
Our Superior Sheds can also be lined and insulated, have a partition incorporated into the design to create additional rooms, and have an electric pack installed to add power and lighting, in order to make them as useful and multi-functional as you require. If you’re interested in receiving more information about our buildings and the service we offer, please feel free to contact us. You are also welcome to visit one of our UK show sites to take a look around our display buildings. The locations of which can be found below.