Overlap Pressure Treated Apex Shed with No Windows 8 ft x 6 ft
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The Pressure Treated Overlap 8x6 Reverse Apex Shed from Forest has no windows, providing you with increased protection of your belongings as they are not left on show. It also comes with a hasp and staple latch that can be padlocked (padlock not included).
This security shed is manufactured from straight cut timber boards that are overlapped during construction, which aids water run-off and allows for natural movement of the timber so it can adapt to the changing weather conditions.
This building has a black sand felted OSB roof and for a high quality finish on this garden shed, the barge boards have been smooth planed and we have added a finial for a decorative touch. The strong braced double â€œZâ€ framed door can be hung either side of the door opening to suit your garden.
These garden sheds are manufactured in the UK and all the timber used to construct this shed has been pressure treated, giving it a 15-year guarantee against rot and fungal damage. The pressure treated solid timber boarded floor allows for storage of heavier items such as lawnmowers or bags of compost.
All fixtures, fittings, felt needed to build this shed are included, along with easy to follow instructions. Self-assembly only.
Lack of windows keeps your items hidden
Hidden door hinges and hasp and staple latch for extra security
15 year warranty against rot and fungal damage
Pressure treated solid timber boarded floor
Strengthened door with double “Z” framing
7mm overlap cladding and 28x28mm framing
8mm solid sheet roof
Fixtures, fittings, felt and instructions are all included
8 ft x 6 ft
Number of Windows
Black Sand Felt
Number of Doors
Product, Fixings and Fittings and Instructions
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Do not waste your money on this shed
Extremely poorly made- the 'strong braced door' is about 10mm thick, the hasp and staple latch is very flimsey and poor quality. Alot of the panels haven't been constructed properly with the nails not properly hammered in, meaning there are large gaps inbetween the overlapped (the overlap is minute) boards. The instructions for the roof are poorly worded, you have to attach the battens to the roof yourself which is very fiddly. Very flimsey and not worth the money.