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Shire Hampton 10x10 Pent Shiplap Wooden Summer house
This Hampton 10x10 summerhouse with toughened glass is perfect for use as a summerhouse, workshop or extra storage space. Assembly required.
- Assembly required
- We recommend that summerhouses are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of either a wooden shed base, concrete or paving.
- Only fixings included
- 10 years Manufacturers anti-rot guarantee applicable if care instructions have been followed
- For use as a summerhouse, workshop or extra storage space
Features and benefits
This summerhouse has been strongly constructed using 44x44mm framing and features two open windows, allowing for fresh air and ventilation during the warmer months.
- Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
- This summerhouse is supplied with comprehensive fitting instructions and fixings provided. 2 people are required to build.
- We recommend that summerhouses are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of either a wooden shed base, concrete or paving
- 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||Toughened glass|
|Locking mechanism||Gate latch|
|Number of doors||2|
|Number of fixed windows||2|
Whytey65 - 4 years ago
This has to be my worst value for money purchase ever. The quality of the manufacture is appalling. Hinges have 3 screw holes only 2 screws fitted, every window trim needed re-cutting to fit, holes in the side panels where knots of wood once were, cheap window latches that are already discolouring (after 1 month). Buyer be ware....
no framing around window just scrap pieces timber
mum1112 - 4 years ago
very poor quality timber used, no frames for windows just scrap pieces of timber, took more than two people to erect some of the peices ie the roof extremely heavy and large.