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Forest Garden 6x4 Apex Overlap Wooden Shed (Base included)
- Assembly required
- 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
- Fittings & fixings included
- Ideal for protecting and storing garden essentials
- 14mm Floor included
Features and benefits
The Overlap Pressure Treated 6x4 Apex Shed from Forest offers a secure space for you to store garden equipment, it’s an excellent option for gardens where space is at a premium.
- An attractive garden shed, made with traditional straight cut overlap timber boards
- Easy to build and move, improved design with smaller sections for easy assembly
- Strong construction with additional framing and robust Double Z framed door
- Solid timber floor as standard, much stronger than OSB sheet material
- Shatterproof PET glazing that won't go yellow or brittle over time
- Security features include anti-tamper hidden hinges that aren't accessible from the outside
- Sturdy overlap cladding, 28 x 28 framing and Pressure Treated bearers
- Pressure Treated with a 15 year Anti-Rot guarantee
- Manufactured in the UK from UK grown FSC certified timber
|Base included||Base included|
|Floor supplied||Floor included|
|Locking mechanism||Lock hasp|
|Number of doors||1|
|Number of fixed windows||1|
|Roof material||Black sand felt|
It’s cheap for a reason
Flong - 6 months ago
I purchased this shed a couple of years ago and it won’t make it through this winter. The door has warped and it leaks.
Cheap shed, get what you pay for!
Willd1985 - 8 months ago
On receipt of shed, the nails are already rusty (really would it kill you to use some galvanised nails?), many of the larchlap boards are damaged/split due to poorly done construction. Overall very cheap feel to the shed. The "solid" floor is weak and wobbly.
All in all this is a cheap shed, but it wasn't exactly very expensive so you can't expect the earth.
Some basic joinery skills and I will strengthen the structure of it and get some use out of it, but if you want a really decent quality shed I would have to say avoid this.
Good points. Instructions easy to follow?