Assembled + Base: Pressure Treated Overlap Wooden Shed

Prices Around: £319.98
Size: 7 x 7
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This is an average size, pressure treated workshop or garden shed which is constructed from softwood timber with overlap cladding for strength and durability.  It has generous double doors which mean you can easily transport large items of garden equipment, furniture or toys in and out.  There are windows to the side allowing plenty of light and air inside.  Use as a garden workshop where you could potter for hours or just for excellent storage, either way this is an attractive building which will look good in any garden. It comes with a 15 year anti rot guarantee and comes home delivered with base.

What we rate

  • Constructed from softwood timber with overlap cladding for strength and durability
  • 15 year anti rot guarantee
  • Maintenance free

What we slate

  • Limited space
So, How Does It All Stack Up?
Ease of assembly
70% Complete
74% Complete
Quality of construction
78% Complete
Longevity of material
80% Complete
Storage size
45% Complete
Overall Score

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  • Martin S said...

    The old shed was in a pitiable condition, rotting from all sides. Instead of fixing it, we decided the best modus operandi would be to build a new one from scratch. We tried to come up with multiple blueprints, but to no avail. The problem wasn’t really in the design; rather, the construction required a lot of precision in order for the shed to be strong enough to maintain its structural integrity through high winds.

    After some fine nitpicking, we finally landed on this pre-assembled pressure treated wooden shed. Probably the thing that compelled me to click the ‘buy’ button was the unbelievably low price of around 320, which is what usual non-assembled kits cost! Of course we did have our reservations regarding quality due to the unusually low price, but all those were thrown out the window once the shed was setup.

    The shed was not only stronger than our first one (which, mind you, is about 60% larger than this), it is also sturdier. There were no signs of creaking boards or any such anomaly, testifying to its high quality construction. The shed isn’t made from a single wood source either, being reinforced with overlap cladding. I would be complaining about the average storage space within the shed, but considering how cheap I got this woodshed for, that isn’t really a concern. Besides, it’s big enough to house most of my gardening and outdoor equipment.
    The 15 year anti-rot guarantee is cherry on top; 5 years more than the industry average!


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