CUSTOMISE YOUR SHED
- All Timber 100% Pressure Treated
- 12mm T&G Swedish Redwood shiplap
- T & G Roof & Floor Included
- 47x35 eased edge treated framework
- Seperate storage unit with 27" Door
- Seat & Back Rest
- High Quality polyester Green Mineral Felt
- Galvanised door furniture
- Free delivery & installation*
- Diagonal supports
- Stainless nails
- Optimising Valuable Space in Any Garden
- Optional Extras Available
Our Chelsea garden shed combines both storage and a handy relaxing area where you can sit and enjoy your favourite book during the long summer afternoons.
The Chelsea garden shed is made from high quality, pressure treated Red Wood Tongue and Groove Shiplap cladding. Standard framing are pressure treated 47mm x 35mm planed battens with diagonal supports for strength and stability, The roof and floor are made from 12mm pressure treated tongue and groove boarding. The floor has runners (50mm x 25mm Pressure Treated battens) spaced approximately 1' apart to give adequate air flow.
* Our display model has been painted Sage, decorated and also has the Cedar Shingle Roof options.
- 100% pressure treated timber throughout using Tanalith extra e with built in water repellent
- 12mm Finished swedish redwood T & G Shiplap
- 47mm x 35mm Treated Eased Edge Framework
- pressure treated T & G Roof and Floor
- single 30"x 6ft ledged & braced door (various door options available)
- Polyester Green Mineral Felt
- 3x2 roof purlins
- any size available
- galvanised door furniture
- stainless nails used in construction
- shed frame screwed not nailed
- Eaves Height 1800mm including floor
- Ridge Height 2180mm including floor
- Diagonal Bracing
- Various Roof Covering Options
- 7 x 5 and 7 x 6 sheds have 27'' door as standard
- 7 x 5 has 2ft Seating Area & 3ft Storage
- 7 x 6 has 2ft Seating Area & 4ft Storage
We only use the best quality slow-grown Red Spruce Timber from our partners in Sweden.
All of our timber has been penetrated with wood preservative to enhance protection in terms of the prevention of rot, decay and insect and fungal attack. If timber is left untreated, the quality can deteriorate rapidly over time as a result of exposure to the elements of weathering and moisture.
Despite the care we take in importing & Pressure treating the best timber possible, all timber is porous and therefore can absorb water, swell, shrink, crack and twist throughout its lifespan.
However, together we can help minimise these. These include:
- Double Nailing
We use Stainless Steel Nails double nailed in each board in each upright to help minimise movement and twisting
We use strong timber at close intervals to support the timber cladding.
- Water Repellent Treatment
You can customise the building with a colour of your choice or decide to keep it clear, but all cladding timber will need a water repellent treatment to help stop water penetration and moisture build-up. Moisture build-up will occur naturally especially during winter months and in some cases will cause dampness and mould. Water repellent treatment will help minimise this and if any mould occurs, this can normally be remidied by wiping clear with a mild bleach soultion and ventilating the building when possible.
- Regular Maintenance
Your Building should be reletively maintenance free, however as with everything it does need to be kept an eye on! When the building does move slightly throughout the year, doors and windows may need adjusting. Windows have been silicone sealed on manufacture but may need resealing if required.
Dont be afraid to lubricate locks & hinges. Being out in the elements is a strain on all materials!
Keep an eye on roofing materials. Felt will particuarly need keeping an eye on, although we provide a good quality material, felt again does contract and expand during the seasons and over time can tear and crack. Once this happens it is more likely the shed will start to leak. Therefore replacement will be necessary.
Other roofing materials we offer do offer some sort of warranty, so if you feel your building is leaking from the roof, please get in touch for advice.
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