Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

What materials are our sheds made from?

All our sheds are made with 47x50mm framing with 16x125mm (EX) shiplap on the sides . The door, roof & floor are made out of 16x125mm (EX) TGV. We use a flat roofing bitumen bond felt for our sheds – this is a very heavy duty torch on felt.

Is there any set place for the windows and door(s) to be fitted?

Windows and doors can be placed almost anywhere within reason.

What is the average height inside one of our sheds?

The average height inside on of our sheds is 6 foot 3 inches but can be made different if required.

Can we take away your old shed?

Yes, we are a licenced waste carrier so can take your shed away for you for legal disposal. Please ask us for a price.

Do your sheds come ready treated?

All of our sheds come treated with our own treatment which treat them inside and out. This is a oil based wax treatment which is not harmful to plants, animals or children. It comes in a light red cedar colour. We do recommend that the buildings are re-treated within 6 months of erection using an oil based treatment suitable for smooth wood.

What is the biggest size building I can have?

We can make your building to any size that you require. We also can make the building to fit into awkward and unused space. Please ask for a free site visit if you require help with planning and design.

Can the building be insulated?

Yes, the building can be insulated using either paper lining or poly/tgv.

*please note insulation is of an extra cost.

Can you install electricity into my shed?

Unfortunately, we are not qualified to deal with electrics. This would have to be done after erection by a qualified electrician. We can offer recommendations if required.

Do you do the ground work/base for the shed?

Please contact us for our current availability to provided this service.

*please note the base and or groundwork’s is of extra cost.

What do I need to consider before buying a shed?

What do I need it for? What will I be storing in it? Where is it to be sited and is the ground level? What is my budget? Where do I want my doors and windows and how many should I have? Should I have an apex or a pent roof? If you want help with these questions or have any that you cannot answer yourself please contact us and we will do our best to assist.

What preparation do I have to do before erecting a shed?

All we require is for the base area to be relatively level and for access to the site. If you have any particular queries or concerns then please contact us for advice. *Please note we reserve the right to leave the site if the ground has not be levelled unless this has been agreed prior to installation.

When will my shed be delivered?

We will organise a convenient date with you for delivery of your shed. Please contact us for our current lead times.

Do we require a deposit?

Yes, we require a 30% deposit. This deposit is non-refundable and will be deducted from your final balance.

Can I order a shed without windows?

Yes, of course. All our sheds are made to order and can be made to your specific requirements.

Can I chose where to have my door and windows?

Yes, of course. All our sheds are made to order and can be made to your specific requirements.

Can my shed be taken through my house or over a wall as I have no direct access to my garden?

We can normally do this for you but recommend a site visit first to assess the access.

Does the price include erection?

Yes, the price we give you is all inclusive. There will be no hidden extra charges.

It would be better for me to have an odd shaped shed. Is this possible?

Generally yes, we can make most things. If you send us or bring in a drawing we can take a look and quote on your specifics.

I see you offer finance?

Yes. Please contact a member of the team for more information.

My access is not straight forward. What are the options?

Please speak to a member of the team who will discuss your issue(s) with you and work out the best solution. We may ask to complete a site visit prior to installation to assess the area.