This 3.6 x 6.0m Superior Shed
has been installed in our customer’s garden in Hersham, Surrey to use as a large storage shed to keep work equipment inside.
Since this is just going to be for storage, the customer didn’t want any windows in the building. This will serve two purposes: firstly, no windows will mean that nobody can see inside, and secondly, this will mean that they will be able to make full use of the wall space for storage shelves.
This is a very natural looking shed, with its unobtrusive pent roof, weatherboard cladding for a natural rustic look, and the shed has been painted in the colour Walnut from our Sikkens paint system. Sikkens is a translucent stain that allows the grain of the timber to still be visible underneath it, while still offering long-lasting protection to the building.
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
Other extra features the customer asked for include black guttering along the back wall to help catch excess rainfall that runs off the roof, a security pack consisting of a seven lever lock and heavy duty sliding bolt, and security screws for the door hinges (if this shed were to have windows, there would also be stainless steel window bars included in this pack), and internally, the customer opted for a heavy duty floor, which is ex 38mm thick instead of the standard ex 19mm thick, to help carry the weight of all the heavy equipment inside the shed.
This is just one example of the many ways you can configure our Superior Sheds: as well as choosing either a pent or apex roof, there are also a whole range of sizes and features to choose from, both stylistic and practical.
To create your own Garden Shed, you can use our Online Garden Building Planner Tool. Alternatively, you can also call us on 01760 444229, or come and see us at our Sunningdale Show Centre.