It may seem a strange subject – how to choose a garden shed door – but this humble object is vital to your new shed or garden building. If you think about it the shed door is the only part of your garden building which is designed to move, there may be many parts on cheap sheds that move as well but they are not meant to, and so must be made to resist these moving forces for years on end.
In the most basic form the shed door is planks of wood nailed onto a frame. Hinges are attached and then the door is hung on your shed or garden building however you will find the weight of the planks of wood pulling downwards by gravity. This is why it is crucial that the frame has proper bracing designed into it to stop this happening.
There should be a minimum of three ledges, timber batons which are horizontal, and in between them there should be two diagonal braces. The braces help to carry the load of the shed door from the outside of the shed door to the side where the hinges are. - Continue reading --
How To and How Often to Treat Your Shed or Garden Building. You may feel you want to put it off but your garden shed does need treating from time to time to give it a long life. If you follow our advice you won’t need to do this more than every 2 or 3 years. This will ensure your garden shed and out buildings can be protected against everything the weather can throw at it.
Treating a garden shed can be a messy affair, certainly if I am doing it, so the advice is to wear old clothes which can be thrown away if too badly stained. Always bear in mind that many treatments can irrigate the skin due to the chemicals in them which help to preserve the wood. But always take your time and try not to splash the treatment. If you do get any treatment on your hands, face or skin ensure you wash this off straight away. - Continue reading --
The White Cliffs of Dover - a truly English landmark and one of the crown jewels of England - known throughout the world is home to some garden sheds with a superb view out into the English Channel. The opportunity to buy some of this supreme Kentish land with its rugged beauty and isolation don't come up very often so now is the time to bag these garden sheds, along with 13 acres of prime land. Admitted you need to have a very large pocket or to have won the lottery but someone will become the proud owner.
The Hope Bay Studio complex at Kingsdown near Deal is available on the open market. This comes with 13 acres of garden for your own personal use. Within this complex is a range of white & blue bungalows and garden sheds, also included is a unique light and airy artist's barn which feature high ceilings.
Whilst these attractive and functional garden buildings - cum garden sheds- are an incentive to buy then the truly breathtaking views from the garden extending through 180 degrees and giving a fantastic vista is surely the cherry on top - 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 called the Alfreton but maybe in the future.
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Woking Garden Buildings Display Site Sutton Green Garden Centre, Whitmoor Lane, Sutton Green, Woking near Guildford, Surrey. GU4 7QA Phone (01483) 237550 Phone (01932) 880864 or (0333) 800 8880 - Fax (0333) 8008810 (0333) numbers are charged as LOCAL Rate on both mobiles and landlines - saving you money.
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Our display site is normally open for viewing 9.00am to 5pm every day and normally manned every day.
The garden centre is visible from A320 main road between Woking and Guildford.
Currently on display at Sutton Green: are Platinum, Humber, & Diamond Timber Sheds; SafeStore Trimetals, StoreChoice & GrandChoice Metal Sheds; Lidget Concrete Garages & Secure storage concrete sheds. Please see this page for a full list.