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24x12 Murryhill Metal Garage

£1,810
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Product Details

Product Information

This Murryhill 24x12 Modular garage is ideal for storing and protecting all your garden essentials, and can also can be converted in to a workshop. Assembly required.

  • Modular construction
  • Lockable Rollover door
  • 15 years Manufacturers guarantee against rust perforation

Features and Benefits

  • Side access sliding door allows for multiple entry and exit points
  • This Garage is supplied with comprehensive fitting instructions and fixings provided. 2 people are required to build this garage
  • We recommend that Garages are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of concrete.

Technical Specifications

Height (mm)2620mm
Width (mm)3710mm
Depth (mm)7350mm
MaterialSteel
TreatedGalvanised & vinyl coated
Number of doors2
Number of fixed windows0
Made inUSA
Fixings suppliedFixings supplied
Product code5013856015277

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2.5 / 5(2 reviews)

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bella17 - 2 months ago

bought this and everything in is ruined with the condensation dripping off it

Nice strong garage, but not for faint hearted!

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weeboab - 1 year ago

After some research, and looking at other products, I decided on this 12 x 24 garage. The instructions are reasonably ok (just make sure you read through each stage several times!), but you have to be extremely accurate with your measurements, and squaring up of the structure, otherwise you will suffer major problems during the fitting of the wall and roof panels, as everything is pre-drilled for assembly. Do not attempt to build this with any sort of wind, as even the slightest breeze will cause you problems, and I did modify the build slightly, as the instructions tell you to build the sheets for all 4 corners first, which is fine if you have 4 other people to hold them and stop them from being damaged! I built one of the main uprights and roof beams first, then one corner, attaching this to the upright, followed by the other corner, then doing the same with the other 2 corners. This provided a bit of stability to the partial structure. I also changed the bolts holding the roof beams on to M6 bolts with washers and nyloc nuts, as the ones supplied do not allow you to tighten them sufficiently to minimise movement between the roof beams, and the uprights. The separate instructions for the door are not great, as there are so many different permutations of door/fittings, but if you go through it fully before you start, and try and organise which fittings you require for your door model, then hopefully you'll be fine.
Once constructed the garage is very stable, and has a nice finish to it.