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Shire Barclay 8x8 Pent Shiplap Wooden Summer house
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This Barclay 8x8 summerhouse is perfect for use as a summerhouse, hobby room or playhouse. Assembly required.
- Assembly required
- 2 people are required to build this summerhouse. We recommend that summerhouses are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of concrete or paving to give a stable and even footing for your summerhouse. to sit on.
- Only fixings included
- For use as a summerhouse, hobby room or playhouse
Features and benefits
Whether the weather is glorious sunshine or that oh so familiar British rain, you can make the most of your outdoor space with this gorgeous summerhouse.
- 12mm Tongue & Groove Shiplap exterior cladding
- Strongly constructed using 34x34mm framing
- Tongue & Groove floor with solid sheet roof
- Supplied with acrylic safety glazing
- Full length double opening doors & matching side windows.
- 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.
|Base included||Base not included|
|Glazing type||Safety acrylic|
|Locking mechanism||Gate latch|
|Number of doors||2|
|Number of fixed windows||2|
You get what you pay for
Kaz261282 - 3 years ago
This is a basic summer house. The wood is quite poor quality. Some sections were damaged or not straight. It was fairly straight forward to construct but there were a number of gaps and the handle on the door is awful. It is however a good size and once painted it looks nice in our garden. It is safe to say you get what you pay for.
Good summerhouse. Would recommend
Anonymous - 3 years ago
Good comms from the supplier, delivered at the agreed time. Easy to assemble. Seems good quality.
Not perfect, but good value for money.
dins - 3 years ago
Delivery was more like 5 weeks than the 2 promised, but it arrived at 1930 on the given day. Some of the external finished parts were rough, or fell apart due to the excess of knots. I used far more, and larger screws, than those supplied, but thats my choice. Roofing felt is not robust, so used my own 10 year rated. One roof panel had a chamfer in wrong direction, 30 seconds with a jigsaw fixed that. Doors do need the "constraints" supplied to limit warping. Thats the negative part.
Now the good parts Easy to assemble, instructions fine. Everything fitted . One man job with use of temporary external struts. Good basis for easy customisation- I have added vapour barriers, insulation, Pine panelling, electrical power & network, and an extractor fan-orient it towards the sun and even when overcast it gets warm. Overall, good value for money, just dont expect perfection for just over £500
Lovely bright and airy space.
kazyj - 3 years ago
Had to wait a little longer than the advertised time and actually got the review email before I had received the Summer House. Well made and easy to put together. Only downside was the window beading was cut too long and was very flimsy.
Good buy at just over £500
Bonzo68 - 3 years ago
Great delivery and on a Weekend, perfect. Pleased with the overall finish. Went together really well, done most of it on my own and my wife held the odd panel or so when required. Instructions easy to follow, looks overwhelming at first but soon goes together with quick results. Treatment to wood from supplier looked a bit hit and miss in places but I gave it 2 good coats of Cuprinol which took longer than to build the shed! Couple of little splits here and there and wasn't as solid as I thought it would be but it's a wooden building at the end of the day so will expand and shrink with the weather anyway. As I said, pleased for just over £500 on the offer, that's why we bought it but wouldn't be to happy at nearly £800.