Mercia Wooden 10 x 20ft Overlap Workshop Shed226/2839
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About this product
The Overlap Workshop range offers good value for money and the advantage of a spacious shed constructed from overlap timber cladding and solid sheet material for the floor and roof panels.
This shed comes complete with a floor as standard, giving you a hardwearing base to your garden building. 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.
The workshop is the ideal product that boasting a large interior this makes it ideal for storing your everyday garden equipment tools. Extra tall eaves and roof height provide plenty of working headroom.
Whilst this building has great floor space for storing equipment, it has a set of strong double doors, which are braced with high quality Z shape framing. This provides easy access into the workshop.
- Horizontal profile panels.
- Hinged, lockable doors .
- 4 windows.
- Window type: glazed.
- Window location: left side.
- Treat annually with a wood treatment to maintain manufacturer's warranty.
- Construction type: overlap.
- FSC timber.
- H231, W309, D601cm.
- Approx W10ft, L20ft.
- Base size required W297cm, D594cm.
- Base size required W10ft, D20ft.
- (anchor kit sold separately).
- Floor panel included.
- Water resistant if treated annually.
- 2 people required for assembly.
- Manufacturer's 10 year anti-rot guarantee.
- EAN: 5029442075204.
Kerbside delivery only.
100% would recommend to a friend
Great with lots of space for what we needed it for
The Mercia Overlap (Apex) Wooden Workshop - 20 x 10ft, requires a level base such as concrete or slabs. We don't do a 18 x 10 ft shed at the present time.
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Ivy @ Argos
12 September 2018
The manufacturer have confirmed that if you are looking at the building the joists run front to back. They are attached to the floor and are approx. 34cm apart.
Hope this helps!
12 July 2018
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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