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Big Storage Box For The Garden
If you want it all in one place then this big box is the answer. You need to be patient to put it all together, but the instructions are clear enough. needs 2 people to lift it in to position would certainly recommend this product for all that patio furniture, cushions, hammock, BBX, charcoal etc etc
I had a 6' by 9' garden shed that was rotting away, so I needed to replace it with something. Having had a look at what was actually being stored in the shed, I decided to have a clear out and soon realised that once all the junk was out, everything would go into a much smaller area. I checked around to see the best solution and decided to go with the Lifetime 6"x 3.5' storage unit. The quality is superb, it fitted together very easily, it needs 2 people to put it together, when done, it looks very neat and frees up an awful lot of space in a relatively small garden. SM Garden sheds price was the most competitive I found and their delivery service was excellent. I can highly recommend the Lifetime unit and SM Garden sheds.
Asgard Metal Security Shed 6' X 3'
A good quality product which performs it's function as advertised. Good quality lock means security is strong. Very disappointed with the delivery charge from Asgard of £200 to the North of Scotland which means I paid more for this than the excellent Takubo shed which is bigger and of far superior quality.
Takubo Prestige Yokohama 6' X 5'
Delighted with this product. Great fun to assemble - everything slotted into place perfectly (although take care with the instructions as they are not always totally clear). The quality of the materials is excellent. I was amazed at how much stuff goes into this shed considering its relatively small size. We had to pay a delivery charge of £50 to the North of Scotland but it was well worth it.
The Ultimate Meccano Kit??
I bought 2 of these sheds in the sale, the quality of the shed is obvious from the moment it's delivered in the care taken in packaging, through to they construction and component fit, that has no sharp edges.The first shed took about 6 hours to construct, the second about 4 hours. The secret being to print out the build instructions in colour (the black and white ones provided did not identify the important highlighted construction notes / components), sort the various packages into order in which they are needed before commencing build, and also having a cordless drill/driver (set at very low torque). The instructions are easy to follow (albeit daunting at first sight), the most frustrating bit is to get the base square, but it all pulls true once the floor / roof are added.The finished article is very smart and functional, the included shelving a bonus. I'm very pleased with the purchase at this stage.Any other tips? Yes. Ensure that the side and back panels are as tight to the top brackets as possible, this can be a source of water ingress in strong winds (50mph) and driving rain. Also I laid plywood on the shed floor which has removed flexing from the steel floor panels.