Potting Sheds – Loglap

£399.00£849.00

  • Premium quality
  • No OSB
  • No sheet materials
  • Scandinavian red wood used throughout, even in our weatherboard sheds!

All of our sheds are built to the highest of quality ensuring you many happy years with your garden building!

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Description

Our fabulous range of potting sheds are a combination between a shed and a greenhouse and have a dual purpose. Garden tools can be stored to the rear and plants can be placed on the heavy duty slatted shelf at the front. Inside has a light and airy feel with an opening window for ventilation fitted with styrene safety glass. Just choose which end you require the door on the drop down menu when ordering. All potting sheds have extra height being 7′ 2″ at the highest point and 6′ 2″ to the eaves.
All sheds are guaranteed and we also offer  an excellent after sales service.

KEY FEATURES

  • Extra Height
  • Opening window fitted with styrene glass
  • Fitted wooden slatted shelf
  • No chipboard or sheet materials used
  • Hasp & Staple fitted to door
  • We only use sustainably resourced certificated timber

Illustrated is a 7 x 5 potting shed with door on the right hand side design B.

For the door on left order design A.

Sawn Timber Frame 38mmx38mm. Cladding: 17mm planed T&G loglap boards.
Floor: 13mm planed T&G boards 38mm x 25mm bearers at 305mm intervals (approx)
Roof: 13mm planed T&G board 38mm x 38mm bearers.
Eaves height= 5’6″(168cm)
Ridge height= 6’6″(198cm)
Door width 26″ (66mm)
20kg green mineral roofing felt fitted to roof.

Additional information

Size

6 x 4, 7 x 5, 8 x 6, 10 x 8, 10 x 6

Free Delivery on All Sheds

Any Size Shed Custom Built to Order

Friendly & Helpful Advisors

Based in the United Kingdom