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Mercia Wooden 10 x 8ft Shiplap 2 Glazed Window Shed881/5819

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  • £950.00

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About this product

This Pressure Treated Wooden Pent Shed offers a large interior space that is ideal for storing a variety of general garden items. Pressure treating is the process of compacting the timber with preservative, this creates a tough and long lasting panel. The walls have been built using 12mm thick shiplap cladding; the interlocking nature of shiplap cladding results in a robust panel that prevents water ingress. The floor and roof have been made from 9mm thick solid sheet board, this is ideal for every day general use.

The 12mm Shiplap interlocking cladding create a secure wall structure, the method of how the boards fit together perfectly gives the shed a tight seal making strong against the enviroment.

The large double doors provide a wide and easy entrance that is essential for storing garden equipment. Z framing has been installed on the back of the door to provide extra support.

12mm shiplap cladding gives a professional finish that is strong and tight seal from the weather. The roof and floor have been manufactured using the same material to form a part of a solid base.

  • Horizontal profile panels.
  • Lockable doors lock included.
  • 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.
  • H212, W312, D241cm.
  • Approx W10ft, L8ft.
  • Base size required W306cm, D231cm.
  • Base size required W10ft, D7.6ft.
  • (anchor kit sold separately).
  • Floor panel included.
  • Water resistant if treated annually.
  • 2 people required for assembly.
  • Manufacturer's 15 year anti-rot guarantee.
  • EAN: 5029442089423.

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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