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This pent shed has a high quality shiplap construction. Featuring a pent roof providing generous head room inside the shed making it ideal for general storage use. The door has safe and secure hidden hinges and the unbreakable polycarbonate glazing allows extra light in and are fitted with security screws. Manufactured from high quality interlocking shiplap boards which is dip treated and guaranteed against rot for 10 years, provided that the shed is isolated from ground contact and is regularly retreated with timber preservative.
- 12mm Shiplap cladding
- Dip treated
- Single Door
- Comes with - Roof felt & shed floor and Fixings supplied
- 10 years Manufacturers anti-rot guarantee applicable if care instructions have been followed
Features and Benefits
This Forest pent shiplap mixed softwood shed is ideal as a work space or for storing general garden items.
- Shiplap tongue and groove is a high quality cladding construction formed from watertight, interlocking, smooth planed boards. This high quality type of construction offers greater protection from wind and rain penetration as well as being secure and durable.
- This structure has been dip treated which means preservative has been applied to the outside of the timber to protect the wood against rot and decay. Periodic retreatment is required to prolong the life of the structure.
- Robust and stable pressure treated boarded floor
- Unbreakable Polycarbonate glazing, which will not become yellow or brittle over time, fixed with security screws.
- Safe and secure hidden door hinges with a plate hasp and staple latch
- Sturdy door braced with double "Z" framing for added strength and security. Can be hung on either side
- Weatherproof felted roof constructed from durable sheet material
- Attractive smooth planed barge board
- The dimensions given refer to the external dimensions of the product unless otherwise stated
Health and Safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Number of doors||1|
|Number of fixed windows||2|
|Glazing unit thickness||1.5mm|
|Roof Design||Pent roof|
|Surface finish||Planed timber|
|Timber approval||FSC® approved|
Good Product for the Money
Jim1947 - 1 year ago
Very good value for money, looks good and quite sturdy. Windows were a bit flimsy.
Not as Easy to Erect as Expected
Graham29 - 1 year ago
I ordered this shed at the end of August and it was delivered mid September. This suited me as it allowed the dismantling and removal of my old shed and replacement fencing to be carried out before delivery.
The new shed looked reasonable on first inspection before being erected although there were numerous nails which were not fully driven in, the flooring was not square, some pieces (cover plates between "windows") were too long and had to be cut, the top feather on the front cladding was broken off and there were several other slightly less worrying splits / notches / large knots noted.
On starting to erect the hut it was evident that the wall panels were bowed /distorted to some degree ( one side panel was really bad) and it was a particularly strenuous task to marry up the panels and screw fix together. For those who are considering buying I would strongly recommend buying a box of 50mm screws as you will need considerably more screws than the supplied amount if you hope to keep the panels together.
With the hut finally up after more hours than I would like to admit, I expected the roofing felt ( supplied with the hut ) to be straightforward but alas no. If I had followed the instructions supplied and cut the length of felt in two I would have been left with two pieces of felt neither of which were long enough to cover even the flat of the roof. Thankfully I had measured the roof before cutting the felt so I was able to get one length at least and I used surplus felt left from my old hut to finish the job ( who cares about differing colours anyway)
The hut does however look good now that its up ( maybe because I treated it with Cuprinol Garden Shades ) and its still standing after the stormy weather of late, but I do feel that it could have been much easier to erect if more thought and care had been given by the Manufacturers ie square the timbers, punch home the nails, provide correct length components, provide backing blocks where fixings are to be made, do something to prevent / minimize distortion of the timbers, provide sufficient fixings .
Just what I wanted
Brian1955 - 1 year ago
I have been looking for a shed for some time. I visited B&Q store to ensure I wanted this size, style & Shiplap construction type. I am very pleased with the shed. It is good value for money, excellent delivery service. The only difficulty was the windows. It would be easier if these were fitted from inside the shed. All in all - just what I wanted
Not recommended, poor quality
FW1 - 2 years ago
The shed fits together OK but is very flimsy. The timber framing to the panels is 28mm square - barely enough to hold them together. My front panel was badly bowed and I had to screw heavy timber battens to the back to straighten it up so that the door would fit. The floor seems solid enough but there are spaces between the boards - they ought to be tight fitting and tongued and grooved. The polycarbonate windows are a joke to my mind, they are very flimsy and I threw them away and used proper glass instead (this involved quite a lot of extra work). The roof 'panel' is a poor quality type of chip board. The roofing felt was not rolled round a tube but was a 'flat' roll so that there were cracks in it. The door hinges look very insubstantial and one of the hinge screws 'misses' the door framing. The locking hasp can be bent by hand !
Finally - watch the sizes. You do not get a 7 ft by 5 ft shed - at floor level it measures 6 ft 9 inches by 4 ft 8 inches overall on the outside. Read the metric sizes in the spec'!
Good small shed
Blue wig - 3 years ago
This was a present for an anaversery. The shed was just the right size to fit on the hard serface aria. Was easy to put up just a few screws. Looks great in its location!