This attractive Rowlinson Box Store is a solid timber design which will keep all your gardening supplies or outdoor tools tucked away for the winter. With an easily accessible design which includes a lifting lid and a hinged front door, this box store is elegant and classic and will look great in any garden space. The shelves inside can be adjusted to hang at any height, so you can tailor this box store to suit your needs. And as it has been pressure treated to withstand the elements and resist rot, you can expect this store to last and last in your outdoor space.
Features and Benefits
Attractive – This elegant box store is a wooden design with a natural finish.
Sturdy – With a solid timber construction which has been pressure treated against rot.
Adjustable – Move the shelves inside to suit your storage needs.
- Dimensions: H1300 x W730 x D820cm
- Includes: 1 Unit
- Single Door
- 10 year guarantee against rot
- Pressure treated against rot
- Lifting lid
- Height adjustable shelves
- Natural timber finish
Rowlinson are currently unable to provide delivery services to the following postcode areas:
- KA, FK, KY, DD, PA (Kilmarnock, Falkirk, Kirkcaldy, Dundee and Paisley postcodes)
- AB, IV 41-56, PH (Aberdeen, Inverness and Perth postcodes)
- PL, TR (Plymouth and Truro postcodes)
- SA (Swansea postcodes)
- BT, GY, HS, IM, JE, KW, PA (20-78), ZE, PO (30-40) (Belfast, Guernsey, IOM, Jersey, Kirkwall, Shetlands, Outer Hebrides, Lerwick, Isle of Wight postcodes)
The timber used to build this product has been pressure treated for durability and longevity and is likely to still have some green spotting on it as a result. There is no need to worry about these small dots as they are perfectly normal and will disappear within just a few weeks. Wood is a natural material and will inevitably move and warp slightly with time. If your wood splits or cracks with the passing seasons there is no need for concern, this is a natural by-product of timber construction.
For more information on our timber built products visit: https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/understanding-timber