Wood Garage Bradenham 34Mm 3.8X4.49 Including Assembly & Free Delivery £2079 @ B&Q 3 days only + 4% Quidco BARGAIN - HotUKDeals
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This the best price for something of this size DELIVERED AND FITTED!!

For the size of this, its an excellent price, delivered and put up! with extra money back through quidco makes it a possible £1995.

descriptionManufactured in the UK
featuresHeight (m): 2.79

Width (m): 3.9

Depth (m): 4.89

Width (ft): 12.8

Brand: Shire

Timber Certification: FSC

Ease of fitting: Easy

No. Of Windows: 2

Material: Timber

Category: Wooden Sheds

Roof Type: 19mm tongue & grooved

Category: Double Door Sheds

Finish: Untreated

Construction Type e.g. shiplap: 34mm logs
additional informationPressure treated base frame
Opening windows
Draught seal system
Supplied with lock and key
Walls supplied in individual logs
Windows and doors can fit either side
Tough glass
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#2
Cold - can get a bigger concrete prefab garage for less from Compton.

I have a 12ft x 20ft garage with a full width Garador door, personnel door and a double glazed window for £1900.

Will last a hell of a lot longer than wood too as it is only the base frame part that is pressure treated.
banned#3
[quote=jrw]Cold - can get a bigger concrete prefab garage for less from Compton.

I have a 12ft x 20ft garage with a full width Garador door, personnel door and a double glazed window for £1900.

Will last a hell of a lot longer than wood too as it is only the base frame part that is pressure treated.[/qua


any proof? links for that price?

this is 16ft by 12.7ft

I still believe this is a top price for what you get!!!

Edited By: dvhendo on Apr 09, 2011 00:34
#4
Bargain especially if they build it for you.Costs 150 ish just to get a small shed erected.
#6
what looks best- a lump of concrete or this decent looking shed?
jrw
Cold - can get a bigger concrete prefab garage for less from Compton.

I have a 12ft x 20ft garage with a full width Garador door, personnel door and a double glazed window for £1900.

Will last a hell of a lot longer than wood too as it is only the base frame part that is pressure treated.
#7
Good price especially inc fitting.

Noticed it is made from 34mm "logs" as opposed to 44mm "logs" on other models?

Does this make any practical difference?
#8
This garage does look better than a concrete one. My dad had a wooden one for many years and it took a lot of maintainence to stop it rotting away and was no where as secure as the prefab. Thus I think I would go with the prefab rather than this.
#9
I think I would rather assemble it myself than pay an extra £320 to have some delivery guys through it up in an hour. You can be sure they won't do as good a job as a competent DIYER or a local handyman.

The hard part will be preparing the base which they would expect to be done before they arrive.

Not voted as it is a good price for the un-assembled garage but the fitting is quite expensive.

http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav.jsp?action=detail&fh_secondid=11317521&fh_view_size=12&fh_location=%2f%2fcatalog01%2fen_GB&fh_search=Bradenham&fh_eds=%c3%9f&fh_refview=search&isSearch=true

Edited By: de_deej on Apr 09, 2011 10:57
banned#10
Mixed views then!!

my father in law said to me this morning dont buy it, its too expensive, however my dad said get it but hard core the ground first.

I dont know... i wsa hoping that this deal would go 1 way or the other to help make up my mind. its effectively going to be used as a home gym. Quick and easy.

baffled.
#11
dvhendo
Mixed views then!!

my father in law said to me this morning dont buy it, its too expensive, however my dad said get it but hard core the ground first.

I dont know... i wsa hoping that this deal would go 1 way or the other to help make up my mind. its effectively going to be used as a home gym. Quick and easy.

baffled.


think about the hight first, if you are using it for a gym. I know this as I have a shed of a similar size but it's too low to do loads stuff in it (weights and pull ups etc) - plus if you are insulating for winter use it will make it even lower
.
#12
dvhendo
[quote=jrw]Cold - can get a bigger concrete prefab garage for less from Compton.

I have a 12ft x 20ft garage with a full width Garador door, personnel door and a double glazed window for £1900.

Will last a hell of a lot longer than wood too as it is only the base frame part that is pressure treated.[/qua


any proof? links for that price?

this is 16ft by 12.7ft

I still believe this is a top price for what you get!!!


Any proof?? I have one - you want me to scan the invoice for you? You could alternatively go to http://www.compton.co.uk and ask for your local dealer and get a price off them. As I said i paid £1900 for a 20ft x 12ft garage.

It isn't a lump of concrete as you can have a choice of finishes such as brick effect etc. I went for brick front pillars and just a pebble dashed sides and back as it is set into the back garden.

http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll306/jrwakeman/ed9f9578.jpg
http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll306/jrwakeman/2011-03-12154310.jpg

Also the only maintenance that i have is a once year oil of the door mechanism. With this you have to treat it as soon as you get in and then again at least once a year to stop it from rotting away as the timber isn't pressure treated (tanalised).

If you are using for a gym though with the compton you would need a higher roof version probably or even a pitched one.
banned#13
jrw
dvhendo
[quote=jrw]Cold - can get a bigger concrete prefab garage for less from Compton.

I have a 12ft x 20ft garage with a full width Garador door, personnel door and a double glazed window for £1900.

Will last a hell of a lot longer than wood too as it is only the base frame part that is pressure treated.[/qua

Thanks for your info, appreciated.


any proof? links for that price?

this is 16ft by 12.7ft

I still believe this is a top price for what you get!!!


Any proof?? I have one - you want me to scan the invoice for you? You could alternatively go tohttp://www.compton.co.uk and ask for your local dealer and get a price off them. As I said i paid £1900 for a 20ft x 12ft garage.

It isn't a lump of concrete as you can have a choice of finishes such as brick effect etc. I went for brick front pillars and just a pebble dashed sides and back as it is set into the back garden.

http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll306/jrwakeman/ed9f9578.jpg
http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll306/jrwakeman/2011-03-12154310.jpg

Also the only maintenance that i have is a once year oil of the door mechanism. With this you have to treat it as soon as you get in and then again at least once a year to stop it from rotting away as the timber isn't pressure treated (tanalised).

If you are using for a gym though with the compton you would need a higher roof version probably or even a pitched one.
banned#14
leedale30
dvhendo
Mixed views then!!

my father in law said to me this morning dont buy it, its too expensive, however my dad said get it but hard core the ground first.

I dont know... i wsa hoping that this deal would go 1 way or the other to help make up my mind. its effectively going to be used as a home gym. Quick and easy.

baffled.

think about the hight first, if you are using it for a gym. I know this as I have a shed of a similar size but it's too low to do loads stuff in it (weights and pull ups etc) - plus if you are insulating for winter use it will make it even lower
.

the height on this is 2.79 metres I need 2.15 for my full cable crossover machine to be in there. and a treadmill with a height of about about the same. and all my other equipment is much lower, so i believe this is a perfect size.

my father in law is a steel erector, so he'll be doing all the hard core etc. i hope :-))

£1995 delivered and fitted for me is good, which saves petrol travelling to the gym every day 30 miles round trip 3-4 times a week, if i had this in the garden, id save a fortune on an annual basis, and having my business at home too, means i can work longer hours. lol.

not to mention a saving of

12 installments of £28 saving another £336 on membership.

Edited By: dvhendo on Apr 09, 2011 12:30
#15
dvhendo


my father in law is a steel erector, so he'll be doing all the hard core etc. i hope :-))


Surely he can put the whole thing up (with your help) and save yourself another £320.




Edited By: de_deej on Apr 09, 2011 14:15
banned#16
de_deej
dvhendo


my father in law is a steel erector, so he'll be doing all the hard core etc. i hope :-))


Surely he can put the whole thing up (with your help) and save yourself another £320.




Yep turns out its the only way after speaking with B&Q as pre-assembled it comes on the back of a wagon delivered ready to be seated. and they say it has to be within 10 metres of the truck so no chance.

so it works out at

£1688.44 Delivered. which is very good value.
#17
guv
jrw

Any proof?? I have one - you want me to scan the invoice for you? You could alternatively go tohttp://www.compton.co.uk and ask for your local dealer and get a price off them. As I said i paid £1900 for a 20ft x 12ft garage.

It isn't a lump of concrete as you can have a choice of finishes such as brick effect etc. I went for brick front pillars and just a pebble dashed sides and back as it is set into the back garden.

Also the only maintenance that i have is a once year oil of the door mechanism. With this you have to treat it as soon as you get in and then again at least once a year to stop it from rotting away as the timber isn't pressure treated (tanalised).

If you are using for a gym though with the compton you would need a higher roof version probably or even a pitched one.

I hope their sheds are better built than their websites!


Would help if i put the right url on the post - FAIL :)

http://www.comptonbuildings.co.uk/
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jrw
guv
jrw

Any proof?? I have one - you want me to scan the invoice for you? You could alternatively go tohttp://www.compton.co.uk and ask for your local dealer and get a price off them. As I said i paid £1900 for a 20ft x 12ft garage.

It isn't a lump of concrete as you can have a choice of finishes such as brick effect etc. I went for brick front pillars and just a pebble dashed sides and back as it is set into the back garden.

Also the only maintenance that i have is a once year oil of the door mechanism. With this you have to treat it as soon as you get in and then again at least once a year to stop it from rotting away as the timber isn't pressure treated (tanalised).

If you are using for a gym though with the compton you would need a higher roof version probably or even a pitched one.

I hope their sheds are better built than their websites!


Would help if i put the right url on the post - FAIL :)

http://www.comptonbuildings.co.uk/

the thought did cross my mind, lol. thanks will take a look
banned#19
Bought it in the end... couldnt get anything cheaper anywhere!!

will be coming in 3 weeks!

GREAT.

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