Side Door Apex Shiplap Shed 130 - Double Door Workshop

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Side Door Apex Shiplap Shed 130 - Double Door Workshop
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Picture 1 and 2 show the standard 10'x14' shed with windows. Picture 3 and 4 show close internal views.


Sizes from 6'x12' to 10'x20'. These spacious and heavy duty workshops are traditionally made with large rigid panels and factory fitted double doors in the side wall. The minimum height is 6'4" at the lowest point inside. Standard features include double doors, shiplap wall cladding and a tongued and grooved floor and roof. Other quality features include mineral felt and a key locking door. Instructions are supplied for DIY self assembly.

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  • These workshops include immersion treatment in light brown preservative as standard
  • Scandinavian redwood or whitewood
  • Traditional construction in large rigid panels, which ensures a neater appearance, greater strength and easier assembly than other budget priced DIY workshops
  • Windows glazed with glass (no plastic, acrylic, perspex or styrene)
  • Substantial ex 2" thick planed framework to walls, floor and roof (finished size 45mm x 28mm after machining)
  • 12mm deal tongued and grooved shiplap wall cladding (finished size after machining)
  • 12mm deal tongued and grooved floor boards (finished size after machining)
  • 12mm deal tongued and grooved roof boards (finished size after machining)
  • All timber construction with no chipboard, plywood, OSB or other man made boards or sheet materials
  • Double hinged doors 3'8" wide x 5'11" high (1132mm x 1800mm)
  • Key locking double doors with horizontal ledges and diagonal braces
  • 10' and 12' long sheds include 2 non opening windows, 1 each side of the doors
  • 14' and 16' long sheds include 4 non opening windows, 2 each side of the doors
  • 18' and 20' long sheds include 6 non opening windows, 3 each side of the doors
  • Mineral felted roof
  • Internal eaves height at the lowest point inside 6'4" (1940mm)
  • External ridge height 7'7" (2305mm) on 6' wide workshops
  • External ridge height 8'0" (2445mm) on 8' wide workshops
  • External ridge height 8'4" (2545mm) on 10' wide workshops

SCANDINAVIAN REDWOOD OR WHITEWOOD: The most widely used timber in the UK for years, Scandinavian Redwood and Whitewood grow in the well managed forests of Scandinavia and the coldest parts of Northern Europe. The cold climate ensures slow growth. The growth rings are much closer together than faster growing trees from warmer climates. As a result the timber is heavy and durable with a close grain pattern. The wood is seasoned and kiln dried to achieve the correct moisture content before it is machined. Redwood and Whitewood are so similar in appearance and performance that it is difficult to tell the difference. Both are classified as slightly durable and treatment is required for outside use. The forests of Scandinavia and Northern Europe have been responsibly managed on a sustainable basis for centuries so Scandinavian Redwood or Whitewood is an enviromentally friendly choice.

TONGUED & GROOVED FLOOR & ROOF - NO MAN MADE BOARDS: The floor and roof feature 12mm thick interlocking tongued and grooved boards with 2" thick framing. This is stronger and longer lasting than the flimsy man made boards which are normally included with other sheds at around these prices. Man made boards do not last as long in damp conditions. The man made boards commonly used in cheaper sheds include chipboard and OSB or oriented strand board. These are often described vaguely as a "sheet floor" or "solid sheet" or a "solid board floor".

GLASS WINDOWS - NO STYRENE OR PERSPEX: The windows feature horticultural glass as standard. This is more rigid than the plastic glazing used in many cheaper sheds, which is normally less than 2mm thick. Plastic glazing is far more likely to blow out in winds. It is only used because most outside carriers refuse to carry glass. The plastics commonly used as glazing in cheaper sheds are described as "styrene" or "perspex" or "polycarbonate" or "acrylic".

PLANED SHIPLAP CLADDING: These garden sheds feature smooth planed fully interlocking tongued and grooved shiplap wall cladding. This design ensures that rainwater drains faster and the timber dries quicker, which ensures a longer life for your garden shed. Our shiplap is fully tongued and grooved which is stronger than the half lap shiplap or rebated shiplap used by some others.

SIZES - DEPTH AND WIDTH: Sizes are sometimes rounded to the nearest nominal size for ease of reading but the correct external wall sizes are listed alongside the price. The first dimension listed is the depth and the second dimension is the width. The depth refers to the angled gable walls to each side. The width refers to the front and rear walls including the door wall. The sizes listed are external wall sizes. These sizes do not include the roof overhang. Many others quote the overall roof size which is much larger. All sizes are approximate.

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