Palram Skylight Plastic Amber Garden Shed - 6 x 5ft385/2248
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About this product
Palram SkyLight sheds were developed and built to last; they do not fracture, bend or discolour, and withstand harsh weather conditions such as hail and high temperatures. At first you may wonder about the flexibility of the polycarbonate panels, but rest assured that once assembled, the shed will be rigid and durable. The unique skylight polycarbonate roof panels appear opaque yet allow 10% light transmission, shedding natural light inside the shed.
Once built, this shed will require zero maintenance. Made from a virtually unbreakable polycarbonate and reinforced with an aluminium and galvanised steel frame, it won't rust, rot or ever need painting. With 2 wide out-swinging doors giving you great access and can be padlocked shut for security.
Plastic sheds come supplied with a floor but still need to be built on a strong, level base eg concrete, paving slabs or tarmac. This base isn't supplied. Don't place directly onto a base of grass, sand, earth etc as natural movement will affect stability, reduce lifespan and cause the doors to warp.
The shed comes with an anti-slip floor which has a ground anchoring option. We strongly recommend that you anchor this shed to the ground to make sure it can withstand extreme weather. The Shed can be anchored on to solid surfaces such as wood, concrete or metal (anchoring screws not included).
- Hinged, lockable doors .
- H217, W185.4, D153.6cm.
- Approx W6ft, L5ft.
- Base size required W175cm, D151.7cm.
- Base size required W5ft, D6ft.
- Anchor kit required (anchor kit sold separately).
- Floor panel not included.
- 2 people required for assembly.
- It is recommended that you wear gloves when assembling a shed.
- Manufacturer's 10 year guarantee.
- EAN: 7290103123499.
Kerbside delivery only.
50% would recommend to a friend
Shed looks great when complete and lots of room
Great product, but will need 2-3 people to assemble! Instructions fairly easy to follow once we sussed out which way round the panels and metal went. Needed 2 -3 to hold, stabilise and drop in the panels , so will need clear headroom above to construct. We then moved with 4 of us once completed. The Door stuck a but, which was resolved with some adjustment under the floor to level out. Lots of room in side and bright with the clear roof panels
What I am writing is not TRUE.. Its an excellent shed, I put it up myself, I did not need 5 people to help me. The nuts and bolts were not all in 1 bag for me to try and sort out. The instructions were easy to follow and a gust of wind did not blow it down. It is not in my garden all buckled and broken after only a day. I would recomend this to others.
Complicated to assemble but fine if you follow. Instructions carefully. Plastics too fragile.
Provided the area is solid and flat a suitable anchor could be used in the ground. However I would recommend you do use a solid base such as concrete of slabs.
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20 March 2017
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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