+ Base: Shire Sun Pent Summerhouse

Prices Around: £650
Size: 8 x 8
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This is a large garden workshop or summerhouse constructed out of long lasting and hard wearing tongue & groove timber. It has a stylish pent roof and many opening windows allowing plenty of light and air inside. There is one large front door allowing ease of transport for all garden equipment and it comes with a 10 year anti rot guarantee. You could choose to use this as a summerhouse to while away the hours relaxing, a workshop to cultivate your plants or use for storage purposes. This product is home delivered.

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What we rate

  • Constructed out of long lasting and hard wearing tongue & groove timber
  • 10 year anti rot guarantee
  • Maintenance free

What we slate

  • Limited space
So, How Does It All Stack Up?
Ease of assembly
70% Complete
7/10
Affordability
69% Complete
6.9/10
Quality of construction
80% Complete
8/10
Longevity of material
82% Complete
8.2/10
Storage size
54% Complete
5.4/10
7
Overall Score

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  • Dwayne C said...

    I originally bought this to have the occasional family dinners every now and then. However, we didn’t find much use to it after a few months, so I converted it into a makeshift tools workshop. Here are my thoughts:
    Assembly: This was the only negative aspect of the whole ordeal; assembling the huge structure wasn’t a one man job. It was finally completed in a 2 day period with the help of 3 people. However, wiring it was relatively easy due to the thin roof panels.
    Space: This summerhouse can easily house up to 6 people at a time. The extra wide windows allow plenty of sunlight to enter, providing a pretty cool ambiance.
    Quality: It’s made from timber, so naturally you can expect to get at least a couple of years out of the thing.
    Price: 650 is a lot for a non-assembled summer house, but considering that I have multiple uses for it as a storage shed, summer house and workshop, it’s not that bad.
    I give it an 8/10.

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