As manufacturers, we pride ourselves on offering well-constructed, robust, pressure treated garden sheds as part of our garden buildings range. In fact, our Premier sheds are some of the most robust and heavy duty available on the market today.
Manufactured at our main site in Walford, our garden sheds are made using only pressure treated timber. Other than the budget Featheredge shed which is constructed from UK sourced timber, the rest of the sheds are constructed from high grade Scandinavian and Siberian timber from sustainable sources.
Unlike most sheds on the market that are dipped, all of the sheds we manufacture are fully pressure treated to give years of service and peace of mind with little or no aftercare required to prevent rot. This is an industrial vacuum / pressure treatment process carried out in our own treatment plant and ensures the sheds last far longer than most other manufacturers products.
Garden sheds to suit all budgets and need
If you are looking for a low cost, value shed then our traditional Feather Edge garden shed is probably the best place to start. If you need more space, our Utility Apex garden shed is the worth checking out. If you are looking for something more heavy duty and substantial then we recommend you look at our Premier Buildings. Our Premier Apex and Premier Pent buildings come with a 10-year guarantee against all manufacturing defects as standard and you are more than welcome to visit our site and see for yourself the difference we offer in quality using only heavy duty materials.
Bespoke sizes available
In addition to a large range of stock standard sizes, as a manufacturer we also offer a service to build custom garden sheds to non-standard sizes and designs. From an initial sketch of what you are looking to build, we will be able to advise you on the best solution before pricing and agreeing your new, bespoke specification garden shed.
All our garden sheds are manufactured and supplied flat packed with everything you need for installation, including roof felt and nails, screws, corner strips, shed glass, silicone and fascia boards.
You will just need the flowing tools:
Hammer, drill (for fixing the sections together with the screws provided) and ideally a spirit level.
Prior to building your shed, you need to make sure that you have prepared an even and level base for your new garden shed to stand on so it will not twist and warp when installed. The best solutions are either a concrete base, paving slabs or decking in order to reduce the risk of moisture damage. The base preparation is extremely important as your building will not go together properly unless the base is perfectly level and could lead to long term issues with the building. We also recommend where possible you consider laying a weed proof membranes such as Weedban under your shed in order help to prevent weed growth and the risk of damage.