This high quality, low maintenance Yardmaster 6.5 x 3.9 ft metal garden shed is guaranteed to give you many years of service.
If you're looking to create outdoor storage space then a metal shed offers the ultimate in durability – it's rot and fire-resistant, and comes with a 10-year guarantee.
There's a double door to the front for easy access and it's built with pre-painted, hot dipped galvanised steel which has excellent anti rust properties. It also comes with a FREE anchor kit and has mid-wall bracing for rigidity.
It takes longer to build a metal shed, simply because the walls, etc, do not come in one piece like a standard wooden shed does. Metal sheds have smaller individual panels and a range of small parts.
The panels are attached to the frame by means of self-tapping screws located into pre-punched 3mm holes in the frame. A typical time for 2 people building a metal shed is 6-8 hours depending on the model.
It comes with a floor frame but no floor – see item number KG128 for the this shed with the floor included.
Recommended dimensions when making base: width 238cm, length 119cm.
10-year guarantee Maximum height 1.74m Width (total to overhangs) 238cm Length (total to overhangs) 119cm Height (total to top of roof) 174cm Door opening width 7102cm, height 155cm Recommended base dimensions: 238 x 119cm With Floor frame
Please note this product can not be delivered to the Channel Islands
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