8'x6 Yardmaster Metal Shed £200 +FREE UK mainland delivery - HotUKDeals
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Gable 2.02m or 6'8''
Sides 2.37m or 7'9''
Height: Ridge: 1.89m (6'2")
Eaves: 1.60m (5'4")
Roof: Metal cladding
Walls: Metal cladding
Door: Double sliding doors
Windows: No
Glazing: No
!!!!!!!! NO floor !!!!!!!! standard, thus build on slabs or oncrete or buy a silly kit thingy

Description & Notes
For a limited period only (while stocks last), we're now offering the 'all Silver' 68ZGEY Model Yardmaster metal garden shed. Supplied with hot-dipped galvanised steel cladding coated with a Silver coloured resin, this shed has a manufacturers 10 year guarantee against rust penetration. The lockable double sliding doors are fitted upon the inside, to offer increased security. Building price includes stainless steel screws and a FREE anchor kit (with expansion fixings) for securing this product to your concrete base or paved area. This building is supplied without a floor, as by design fixing down to a solid surface is required. Screwed self assembly only. Silver finish.
FREE GB Mainland & N.Ireland delivery
10 YEAR cladding guarantee
Galvanised steel, Silver resin coated
Anchor kit
Rust free screws
Sliding internal doors
Handles holed for padlock

Additional data:
Base rail size WxD: 1.86 x 2.26m, Door opening WxH: 0.82 x 1.59m, Area: 4.20m2, Weight: 88kg Note: Yardmaster list their main product sizes to the maximum - thus including any roof overhang.

This product should be erected upon a level concrete or paved base, of a size no less than the external (max) size. NO FLOOR/BASE provided with product!!!!
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#1
Typically constructed out of flimsey metal pices, once built it is quite sturdy.
No windows, very secure if anchored and more-or-less maintenance free.
Doors can be a pain, but generally ok, this is a good shed and is buy Yardmaster, a reputable metal shed maker
#2
If you are after a wooden Shed, the cheapest of the standard off the shelf Sheds +/-windows, I could find is from GardenBuildingsDirect see this thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/592830/8-x6-billyoh-apex-garden-shed-with-?
#3
garbage456
heads up for people, these do not include floors

It says that in the description !!!!!
#4
I've got the 10 x 10 one, its good for the money, but takes ages to build...
#6
im after this plastic one if any one has seen it cheaper, i know B&Q are doing 15% off i think this weekend.
#7
yorkypikey
It says that in the description !!!!!


Apologies 'garbage', I just changed the original desciption to make it stand out even more, as your point will be helpful to those buying a shed for the first time.
#8
Crushed mine when the lawn mower hit it,next shed i get will be wood.:)
#9
hooray henry
Crushed mine when the lawn mower hit it,next shed i get will be wood.:)


I still think driving a lawnmower into it would damage even a wooden shed. How about a brick one next time?

;-) :whistling:
#10
I still think driving a lawnmower into it would damage even a wooden shed. How about a brick one next time?

How is he going to push a brick lawnmower ?? :p
#11
No, no. That one doesn't work. The adjective is quite clearly attached to the word shed.
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@ richP

May be of limited interest but those after a plastic shed then certain Costco warehouses have the Keter Bellvue 8ftx6.5ft on promotion util 7 Feb £400 inc VAT - $722 online at B&Q!!

http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?isSearch=true&fh_search=bellevue&x=0&y=0

Mark
#13
I looked at that plastic one in the Manchester Costco and it looked way too flimsy to offer any real security.
#14
my brother gave me this shed as a present to keep my two motorcycles in, i dont know what size i have but its quite big...took us a FULL day to put up without a cordless screwdriver, not clever.

i absolutely love mine to bits, being metal it can get quite noisy opening and closing it but this is great as i get to hear anyone tampering with it. it is nicely ventilated in side, just make sure if your gonna get flooring for it that it's at over an inch high as rain water tends to trickle into mine and dampen my wheels on the bike, in the long run can damage or rot whatever you decide to put inside. when weather gets better i will definatly add the flooring and have it anchored into the ground, at the moment all it takes is four guys at each corner to lift the thing up to get inside!
#15
What's the chance of items rusting in metal sheds like this?
#16
becarefull of the condensation that builds up on the roof (inside) not very good for storing anything elecrical.
#17
critster
becarefull of the condensation that builds up on the roof (inside) not very good for storing anything elecrical.


critster is right, condensation builds up on the roof quite abit. although the roof is on a tilt and majority of the water runs to the sides your still left with some moisture inside. make sure elctrical items have a dust cover over them incase.

about the rust Degeneratemoo, i would say it is unavoidable in also the wood sheds perhaps the plastic ones to, condensation will build up or moisture will aborb the wood which is a recipe for rust...unless you wipe the items dry ever so ofen and apple wd-4o on them.:)
#18
critster
becarefull of the condensation that builds up on the roof (inside) not very good for storing anything elecrical.


Just line the shed with essex board that solves the problem.....
#19


Stimp or stumpy? These are Pent Sheds with a flat roof and look like a box not really a shed.

Plus they are only 4ft deep, hardly any depth, the shed in this offter is 8ft deep!
#20
I was banned yesterday from this forum, I wonder if it was automated or just an unhappy mod?????
I have not and will never set any homepage to a deal I post, it's just weird, its also upsetting
Also I do not work for a Shed company, I work for the NHS if its not obvious!
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