Our timber garden sheds are available in three different timber finishes, see below for full descriptions of each of the ranges. Your shed can be positioned on brick, 4” concrete blocks or paving slabs. It is the customers responsibility to have the required number of blocks or slabs on site, we will advise you on ordering how many blocks/slabs are required.
If you garden is very soft or if you are in a new house there may be some settlement in the garden.
If this happens a timber packer may need to be inserted under one or more corners of the shed.
When this happens it may also cause to door to sometimes go out of alignment, this is easily fixed by simply propping the shed back level.
You new garden shed will arrive in sections so it is easily carried through side passageways etc but where there is restricted height due to an arch or a low garage door please advise us in advance so we can check if our sections can fit through.
The rustic finish is the basic finish, the walls of the garden shed are built with overlapping timbers which are rough (have not been planed). The floor and roof are butt jointed timbers. The roof is finished outside with green mineral felt and a window is fitted with perspex. The door is fitted as standard with the hinges on the right hand side when viewed from outside.
The pressure treated range of sheds are manufactured from pressure treated spruce sourced from Scandinavia. The timbers have been shaped into a log effect and are shiplapped to give better weathering while the floor and roof have tongued and grooved timbers to offer greater strength. Slow growing timber it is very suitable for the Irish climate.
The exterior of the Economy garden shed is finished with 6” by 1” (125mm by 16mm) weather board, this gives a nicer and cleaner finish to the shed, the smooth finish offers better protection from the weather and is easier to paint. The floor and roof are butt jointed timbers. The roof is finished with mineral felt and one window on the side is standard glazed with perspex.