7x7 Alderney Apex roof Shiplap Wooden Shed Base included
This Alderney 7x7 apex shiplap European softwood shed is ideal for storing garden essentials and using as a potting shed.
- 12mm Shiplap cladding
- Dipped basecoat
- Double Fully boarded tongue & groove door
- Comes with - Adjustable shed base, roof felt, shed floor & glazing and Fixings supplied
- 10 years Manufacturers anti-rot guarantee applicable if care instructions have been followed
Features and Benefits
Strongly constructed using 34x34mm Framing
- Dipped basecoat gives great resistance to rot, decay and insect infestation
- Comes with 1 glass window
- A hasp & staple door closure is included to keep your possessions secure
- This shed is supplied flat packed with comprehensive fitting instructions and fixings provided - 2 people are required to build this shed
- We recommend that sheds are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of either a wooden shed base, concrete or paving to give a stable and even footing for your shed to sit on
- Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
- 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||2|
|Number of fixed windows||1|
|Roof Design||Apex roof|
|Surface finish||Planed Timber|
|Timber approval||FSC® approved|
Easy to erect with 2 people
Anonymous - 2 years ago
Treat/paint everything first and then follow the instructions and it is quite easy
7 x 7 Aldernay ship lap shed
Anonymous - 2 years ago
Very pleased quick delivery. Easy assembly. Fit for purpose.
shed builder1000 - 3 years ago
Would not recommend this shed, made of low quality pallet wood
Quality control - what quality control?
Anonymous - 3 years ago
Before building this shed I decided to paint all of it with Fencelife as the "pressure treatment" on the timber did not inspire confidence. This gave me the chance to study it closely. The one recurring question in my mind was "how bad does a piece of timber have to be before this lot rejects it?" The answer seems to be that no timber is bad enough to be rejected in the building of these sheds. One of the doors has knot holes in as well as gaps where the timber has splintered. The bottoms of the side pieces splinter and break if you give them a hard look! One piece of trim had a knot hole so large that it was about 80% of the width of the timber. I know that these things are made to a price - but the price this one was made to was rather less than I paid for it. If I could do it again I would spend a bit more and get a well made shed.