Mercia Shiplap Wooden Garden Shed - 7 x 5ft483/0939

  • £349.99
Rating 4 out of 5
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About this product

The Mercia Shiplap Apex 7ft x 5ft Shed has a single door and fixed windows providing natural light. It is manufactured using FSC certified 12mm shiplap cladding, complete with OSB roof and floor. The shed is strong and durable and will last for years to come when treated annually.

  • This shed comes complete with a floor. We strongly recommend the shed to be assembled on a flat, level base such as concrete or slabs. This concrete or patio base is not included, just the floor.
  • Horizontal shiplap panels for additional strength.
  • Side-hinged doors .
  • 2 windows.
  • Window type: shutter effect (non moving).
  • Annual treatment suggested.
  • Construction type: shiplap.
  • FSC timber.
  • H192, W160, D213cm.
  • Approx W5ft, L7ft.
  • Base size W145cm, D206cm.
  • Base size D6.7ft, base size W4.7ft.
  • Anchor kit sold separately.
  • Base not included.
  • Floor included.
  • 2 people required for assembly.
  • Manufacturer's 10 year anti-rot perforation guarantee.
  • EAN: 5029442078236.

Kerbside delivery only.

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Rating 5 out of 5
5 / 5

My shed looks great

After a lot of research I found the shed I wanted at an affordable price with Argos.

Rating 3 out of 5
3 / 5

Nice little garden shed

Its a nice looking shed, easy to assemble. Floor could do with being sturdier and also the windows but all in all : price/quality wise, an alright buy.

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Hi Piklet

Yes indeed the window panel can be used on either side of the Mercia Shiplap Wooden Garden Shed.

Hope this helps


Hi there,

I have looked into this and can advise that this shed does come with assembly instructions and does include the felt.

Thanks for using Argos Q&A.


Hi there,

I can confirm that this shed has been dip treated.

Thanks for using Argos Q&A.


The small print

All sheds need to be placed and secured on a base; this can be concrete, patio slabs or wood. Putting your shed directly on the ground wouldn't be safe and would decrease the lifespan of your shed.

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