6x4 overlap shed - £89 @ B&Q (Available to Reserve & Collect) - HotUKDeals
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I've been hunting around for a little shed for the garden and came up with this. It's only 6x4 but that's fine for my needs. It's £89.25 on the website but you can reserve and collect from a local store. If you go to your local then print off a voucher first for a 15% discount which will take it down to just under £76 (hopefully) Thanks to olidea for voucher code.
Link for voucher:
http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/storevouchers/register.jsp?rid=MjI%3D&icamp=HP_teq_banner
Only valid until 30th January, so you'll have to be quick!
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#1
just what I was looking for too! Stupid question, but is this flat packed to a decent size? I only have a medium sized car (focus) - any chance it would fit in there?
#2
kahool
just what I was looking for too! Stupid question, but is this flat packed to a decent size? I only have a medium sized car (focus) - any chance it would fit in there?


Don't you have a garage to put the car in.....:whistling:
#3
kahool
just what I was looking for too! Stupid question, but is this flat packed to a decent size? I only have a medium sized car (focus) - any chance it would fit in there?


To be honest I hope so, mine's a mondeo so probs got even less chance but will manage by hook or by crook!
#4
I bought one of these a few month back, had to pay for delivery.

Won't go in a Focus iirc the shed lying flat after delivery on my front lawn.

Edit: Just went out and measured the sides (the largest sections), they're 1800 wide x about 1700 high.
#5
Kebabmonster
I bought one of these a few month back, had to pay for delivery.

Won't go in a Focus iirc the shed lying flat after delivery on my front lawn.

Edit: Just went out and measured the sides (the largest sections), they're 1800 wide x about 1700 high.


Thanks for that, will have to scrounge a lift from a mate with a much bigger car!
#6
ive been looking for a shed for a while.... need to find somewhere flat in the garden to put it now!
#7
if you want / need to reinforce a sheds walls for such things as log storage etc, then consider buying some hardiebacker (board) it's cement based & available in 2 x thicknesses from local builders merchants & topps tiles, (when used in conjunction with fibreglass tape for the seams is very waterproof & tough, used it for all floors & walls in our bathroom renovation, will use this whenever removing plasterboard as it's blooming tough stuff (bit heavy, so reinforce noggins etc prior to fitting) about £14 per large sheet.
#8
Great price with a voucher,thanks.
#9
kahool
just what I was looking for too! Stupid question, but is this flat packed to a decent size? I only have a medium sized car (focus) - any chance it would fit in there?


The biggest pieces will be the two sides 6 foot long by about 5 footish upto the eves. Don't think that will go inside a focus.
#10
I agree with the rec for
Hardiebacker.

I get mine a little cheaper from my local Sheffield Insulations.
#11
I think its only £5 delivery for items up to £100.
#12
whach out with these as th floor and roof rot easy as they use that wood that is conpress wood and not like planks
#13
MR GUS
if you want / need to reinforce a sheds walls for such things as log storage etc, then consider buying some hardiebacker (board) it's cement based & available in 2 x thicknesses from local builders merchants & topps tiles, (when used in conjunction with fibreglass tape for the seams is very waterproof & tough, used it for all floors & walls in our bathroom renovation, will use this whenever removing plasterboard as it's blooming tough stuff (bit heavy, so reinforce noggins etc prior to fitting) about £14 per large sheet.


Good tip, thanks - just need to find a way of sound proofing it too now so I can hide from nagging wife and screaming child
#14
Thank you, I will ask my boyfriend to get one for my mountain bikes. x
#15
Bought one of these a few years ago, and while yes they're a great shed for the size and money, be careful. As has already been mentioned, they tend to rot on the roof pretty quickly due to the cheap and nasty roofing felt that's supplied as I found out to my cost. What I'd suggest is that you purchase proper quality roofing felt and hopefully the shed will last for many years.
#16
Yes very cheap and cheerful. We have one in the garden for about 4 years now and it looks a bit tired and out of shape! i think a little time and money beefing it up as suggested and then treating it each year witha good preservative would help. Certainly at £76 you can't really go too far wrong. I paid about £95 in an offer about 4 years ago so good price and there H&R for the deal
#17
We have had ours for 6 years or so. Not the strongest construction but it is fine for dumping bikes, chairs, BBQ etc in. I have done the roof twice since I got it - felt was less than £20 and is easy to do. Sides should be treated every year, but I have been lazy and not done it last year. Still got a few years left in it I think. I would recommend.
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thedrisback
whach out with these as th floor and roof rot easy as they use that wood that is conpress wood and not like planks


Sheds should always be mounted on bearers that run 90 deg to the floor battens (100 x 50 mm sawn timber, preferbly tanalised is relatively inexpensive as it is used as wall plates in the building industry). This means that the shed structure will be kept off the damp ground and the bearers will rot instead of the shed structure. Ideally the shed should also be erected on paving slabs, concrete or at least some bricks to keep the damp at bay.

However much you preserve a shed, it cannot stop rot caused by constant direct contact with moisture,
#19
Great price at £76 so bought one.

Unfortunately ...........................
£20 delivery (could not get any discount as instore deal only)
£28 paving slabs
£7+ bearers

Total with discount £125.45

I can now move my lawnmower etc out of my downstairs toilet.
#20
I got one and strapped it to the roof of my focus :) good job it is being scapped (scrappage scheme) at end of month :)
#21
15% voucher has expired - now £89 and available to [COLOR=red]Reserve & Collect[/COLOR] :)

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