The garden shed or summer house door needs to be designed to work for a very long time so it is important it is made correctly. You will find decent shed and summer house manufacturers take their responsibilities seriously and will ensure they will stand the test of time.
As well as the importance of having ledges AND braces on the garden shed door it is important to have THREE hinges as this will help to transmit the weight of the shed door across and onto the door frame. If there is only two then the door may bulge slightly in the middle. With a joinery made door then only two hinges are required as the weight of the shed door is supported by the jointed frame.
There are various ways for the garden shed door to be kept closed. The very minimum you want is to have a pad bolt with a turn buckle top and bottom on your door. The pad bolt is a sliding bolt and when closed you can put your padlock onto it to protect your valuables. The turn buckle is simply a flat piece of metal with a hole in the middle. This is screwed onto the garden shed frame and when turned will hold the shed door tightly into position. This will help to stop any movement on the door when there are large changes in weather conditions through the year. - Continue reading --
There are many aspects to the modern garden shed or summer house and most people would concentrate on the appearance of the building. This is understandable as we all want our possessions to look good, however, the garden shed or summerhouse floor can be most at risk and can bring a premature end to your garden building. So besides looking at the looks ensure you know what type of floor your garden shed or summerhouse will have.
Different garden shed or summer houses manufacturers take different views on the type of floors they put in their buildings. Reputable and knowledgeable shed manufacturers will ensure the type of material used and the general construction will last a very long time.
Some of the cheaper mass marketed garden sheds makers cut all the costs to the bone to make the price as cheap as possible. Nothing overly wrong in that, or for you to buy one of these cheap sheds, IF, you are only looking for your new garden building to last a few years, maybe before you move house - Continue reading --
Our garden sheds are places where many activities take place such as using it as a garden workshop, for potting plants, for a recreation room away from the house, maybe as an garden office or for storing items away. What you need to consider are the potential dangers in our sheds as, sometimes, because we are relaxed we can let our guard down and take unnecessary chances. When we are in a working environment we have other work colleagues who look out for us as well as the dreaded 'health and safety' rules which stops us doing many things but actually does makes sense a lot most of the time.
Some areas to be aware about in your garden shed is the handling of natural products such as compost because ailments such as legionnaires disease are possible. Fertilisers and pesticides are other products in your shed with which you need to take very careful steps with. The best advice in these instances is to always use gardening gloves to protect your hands from any contamination and for fiddly work there is the option to use latex gloves which give full feeling in your hands but still offer protection - continue
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 called the Wellingborough but maybe in the future.
I am writing to thank you for your magnificent service and the majestic quality of the building which was delivered here this morning.
Everyone in your organisation - from the salesman on the phone to the fitter in my garden - was brilliant!
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