Forest Wooden 7 x 7ft Overlap Double Door Apex Shed
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About this product
This Overlap Pressure Treated 7x7 Apex Garden Shed with Double Doors from Forest will help keep your garden clutter free and offers a secure space for you to store garden tools and equipment. With higher eaves and double doors, you can move around easier and store more. Features two fixed polycarbonate glazed windows and a boarded floor so you can store heavier items such as garden furniture, BBQs and bags of compost. Made in the UK with FSC certified timber from sustainable sources.
Wooden sheds, like this one, come supplied with a floor but still need to be built on a strong, level base such as concrete, paving slabs or tarmac. This base is not supplied. Do not place directly onto a base of grass, sand, earth etc. As natural movement will affect stability, reduce lifespan, cause the door(s) to warp and encourage rot.
The fixed windows are glazed with strong, shatter-proof polycarbonate that won't become brittle or yellow over time. They are secured with security screws that cannot be unscrewed once fixed, giving added security.
The double doors feature strong Z framing to give them added strength and the hidden hinges provide extra security for the workshop. They can also be secured with an additional padlock (not included) through the hasp and staple fastening.
- Side-hinged door .
- 2 windows.
- Window type: glazed.
- Window location: interchangable sides.
- Construction type: overlap.
- FSC timber.
- H222, W219, D209cm.
- Approx W7ft, L7ft.
- Base size required W219.3cm, D209.4cm.
- Base size required W7.2ft, D6.9ft.
- (anchor kit sold separately).
- 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 15 year anti-rot guarantee.
- EAN: 5013053150658.
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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