- Cladding type: 15mm thick T&G shiplap including Floor & Roof.
- Framing type: 1¾” x 1¼”
- Internal Heights: 6ft at Eaves, 8ft at Apex
- Felt: Premium Duty Felt
- Door(s): Double Hardwood & Softwood with Mortise Lock & Key. Modern Piano Hinges & Chrome Handles.
8ft wide models have 3 x Opening Single paned (1 at front, 1 each side)
10ft wide models have 4 x Opening Single paned (2 at front, 1 each side)
- 2ft Roof Overhang
- Plain Fascia Boards
- All buildings are treated. Choice of 7 colours
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Step 1 : Select size
Step 2 : Select colour
Step 3 : Assembly on site
Step 4 : Optional extras
EPDM is a 100% cured single-ply roofing membrane made of a synthetic rubber Ethylene-Propylene-Diene Terpolymer. The membrane has excellent resistance to UV radiation, ozone, alkali rains and high or low temperatures, giving it a life expectancy of up to more than 50 years, even when exposed to sunlight.
Little/no maintenance is required.
We recommend the use of a tanalised (pressure treated) frame underneath the building. This lifts the building off the ground and allows air to circulate under the floor, helping to prevent the ingress of moisture. A frame is vital to ensure a long lasting building. A frame can be used on top of a concrete slab/pad, patio and retained chippings. The main criteria is that the surface is sited onto, needs to be firm and level. Frames are made from 3" x 2" tanalised timber and are constructed to the exact footprint size of the building and laid into position. They can be packed or shimmed to level.