Make the most of your outdoor space with a practical and stylish garden shed like this one from Shire.
This pressure treated 8' x 6' Overlap Double Door shed is distinguished from many of its competitors because of the wide double doors in the 6' gable and the generous eaves height. This means that there is easy access to the entire space.
It is manufactured from high grade, slow grown, FSC approved, European pine cladding boards over 34mm square framing. The pressure treatment gives long life with minimum maintenance although you can still paint or stain the shed for decoration.
We pressure treat the finished panel for a complete treatment. The doors are fitted with a hasp and staple catch ready for your own padlock.
Both roof and floor are constructed from solid sheet OSB. There are no windows in this model.
All fixings, roof felt and assembly instructions are provided. (Imperial dimensions are approximate to the nearest foot, please refer to the exact metric dimensions given)
Features and Benefits
- Sturdy – The robust construction and pressure treated timber of this shed will provide years of durable use.
- FSC-approved timber – Proudly made in Britain from timber sourced from sustainable supplies, this shed is built with conservation in mind.
- Low-maintenance – Pressure treated timber is rot resistant and long lasting making sure this shed is a mainstay in your garden for years to come.
- Pressure treated timber
- FSC approved timber
- Colour: Natural
- Made in Britain
- Dimensions: H 207 x W 239 x D 183cm
Guarantee: Shire’s products are guaranteed for 1 year from delivery, additionally the products will have a 10-year rot resistance guarantee. Both elements of the guarantee require compliance with the manufacturer’s guidelines for assembly, usage and regular preservative treatment. These conditions are made clear in the company's assembly instructions.
Delivery is kerb side. Shire's drivers are very helpful and will always try to leave the product as conveniently positioned as possible. However, it is entirely at the driver’s discretion whether or not it is suitable to drive onto your property.