How To Decide What to Treat Your Garden Sheds With After you have decided on your new garden shed, summer house, workshop or log cabin you need to consider how you are going to look after it. These garden sheds and buildings are an investment and will enable you to enjoy your garden more than ever and with a little bit of regular care will last for many years.
There are various types of garden shed treatments and you will find that most sheds will be treated with a water based coat of treatment. This can be seen as being a primer and it is recommended that you re-treat your new shed or garden building within a few days after being delivered. The second coat can be seen as an undercoat to your shed and when you put your next coat on the shed will be the top coat and this will give long lasting protection. Continue reading --
The roof on garden sheds and summerhouses is a crucial part of your new garden shed so it is important that the right materials are used in its construction. The main purpose of the roof is to protect your valuables from rain and snow thus keeping them dry. Besides this is helps to ventilate the shed and aids the long life of your building.
There are several designs for a shed roof such as an apex roof, sometimes referred to as a gable roof which looks like an upside down 'V'. This design is very popular in Britain as it is quite attractive when situated in your garden. The basic design consists of two roof sections meeting in the middle of the shed or summerhouse. This roof can slope in either direction, certainly the better garden shed manufacturers would be able to offer this. The pitch, or angle on the apex shed roof tends to be in the region of at least 15 degrees up to about 25 or 30 degrees. This allows water to flow easily off the roof and away - Continue reading --
The legendary huts and garden sheds at Bletchley Park, where the dedicated men and women during the second world war worked helping to save the lives of thousands and also shortening the war, are themselves being helped by a massive grant of £4.6 million from the Lottery fund. This is a welcome change from the usual rubbish causes which they come up with.
The grounds of Bletchley Park was home to many of the garden sheds and huts which housed many workers however very few knew what their work was for. The huts, which were built quickly, could be cold and draughty but that did not matter - what did matter was the end results. Gathered together were the country's most brainy mathematicians including many masters of chess as the logic required in chess was a required thought process. To start with all they had to work with was basic calculators (nothing like what we have today) slide rules, pens and paper - continue reading
Visit our Garden Buildings Display site at Sutton Green Garden Nursery situated at corner of Whitmoor Lane and Guildford Road (A320 between Guildford and Woking)
With our display site you can view our range of buildings although at the moment we do not sell any wooden sheds or heavy duty workshops call the Ascot but maybe in the future.
First class service - excellent at keeping in touch with delivery times, etc. Worth the price!
Heathrow Garden Buildings Display Site
Vermeulens Garden Centre, Horton Road, Stanwell Moor, near Staines, Middlesex. TW19 6AE
Our unmanneddisplay site is NORMALLY open for viewing 9.00 until about 4.30 (or dusk in winter). Not open on SOME Sunday and Mondays between October and March. Nursery is visable from A3044 main road between Staines and Colnbrook.
Trentan Workshop, Garden Studios & Humber Timber Sheds. Also SafeStore Metal Sheds Capital Steel Garage Workshop. Leofric Moreton Pent Concrete Garage & Concrete Shed
Our unmanneddisplay site is NORMALLY open for viewing 9.00 until about 4 (or dusk in winter). Not open on SOME Sunday and Mondays between October and March. Nursery is visable from A320 main road between Woking and Guildford.
Trentan, Humber, & Diamond Timber Sheds. Also SafeStore Metal StoreChoice & GrandChoice Metal Shed only Leofric Campden Apex Concrete Garage & Concrete Shed