Homewood Guernsey Wooden 7 x 10ft Shiplap Double Door Shed226/1586
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About this product
The British made Homewoood Guernsey 10x7 shed gives you generous storage space for your bikes, garden equipment, tools etc. For strength and rigidity it is clad in high grade 12mm shiplap (T&G) boards over 34mm square framing. A T&G timber floor is included. This shed has 136cm wide by 171cms high double doors for ease of access and 2 joinery quality opening windows for light and ventilation. The wood is all slow grown, sustainably sourced and FSC approved. Unfortunately we are unable to deliver this product to Northern Ireland.
This building comes complete with a floor. To maintain the guarantee we strongly recommend the shed to be assembled on a flat and level foundation such as concrete, paving slabs or a proprietry building base. This foundation is not included, just the floor.
The building has a basecoat treatment ready for topcoating by the customer immediately on assembly. The top coat may be a stain or other good quality exterior wood paint. We recommend annual re treatement of the building to maintain the anti-rot guarantee and to keep it strong and weatherproof.
Pick your day delivery service, fully tracked on the day of delivery for maximum convenience.
- Horizontal shiplap panels for additional strength.
- Side-hinged doors .
- 2 windows.
- Window type: glazed.
- Window location: interchangable sides.
- Treat annually with a wood treatment to maintain manufacturer's warranty.
- Construction type: shiplap.
- FSC timber.
- H211, W205, D297cm.
- Approx W7ft, L10ft.
- Base size required W220cm, D335cm.
- Base size required W7.2ft, D11ft.
- Floor panel included.
- Water resistant if treated annually.
- 2 people required for assembly.
- It is recommended that you wear gloves when assembling a shed.
- Manufacturer's 10 year anti-rot guarantee.
- EAN: 5060211114427.
Kerbside delivery only.
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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