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Duramax ECO 10' x 10' Hot-Dipped Galvanized Metal Garden Shed - Green with Off-White Trimmings - 15 Years Warranty £309.99 at Amazon
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Duramax ECO 10' x 10' Hot-Dipped Galvanized Metal Garden Shed - Green with Off-White Trimmings - 15 Years Warranty £309.99 at Amazon

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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Duramax ECO 10' x 10' Hot-Dipped Galvanized Metal Garden Shed - Green with Off-White Trimmings - 15 Years Warranty

0.33mm Hot-Dipped Galvanized Steel for Durable Corrosion Protection
Strong Metal Roof Truss & Structure that can carry 12 lbs/sq. ft. of Snow
Gable Roof Design with Air Vents on both sides for Better Air Ventilation
All-weather Durable Metal Garden Shed that Provides Rust-free & Great Dent Resistance
External Dimensions (WxDxH): 322 x 302 x 196 cm; Internal Dimensions (WxDxH): 309 x 283 x 165 cm
Wide Double Sliding Doors with Padlock Eyes (padlock not included)
Impervious to Wood Eating Insects
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echrom07/12/2019 14:23

I'm not sure what you mean sorry


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All the items inside the shed appear to be floating.
Just had a look at the images of this. The final one suggest that once built it is a gravity free space?
Cheap price but fugly to look at and be warned most metal sheds have issues with condensation inside
I have a smaller version with the double doors. Been in the garden (south facing) for over 4 years without issue. Starting to rust at the bottom of one of the doors but they usually have a ten year guarantee. Took a good three hours to assemble but is easier to move than a wooden shed and lasts much longer without maintenance. Overall a good shed and a fabulous size
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I have a smaller version with the double doors. Been in the garden (south facing) for over 4 years without issue. Starting to rust at the bottom of one of the doors but they usually have a ten year guarantee. Took a good three hours to assemble but is easier to move than a wooden shed and lasts much longer without maintenance. Overall a good shed and a fabulous size
Cheap price but fugly to look at and be warned most metal sheds have issues with condensation inside
Ajmetro07/12/2019 13:22

I have a smaller version with the double doors. Been in the garden (south …I have a smaller version with the double doors. Been in the garden (south facing) for over 4 years without issue. Starting to rust at the bottom of one of the doors but they usually have a ten year guarantee. Took a good three hours to assemble but is easier to move than a wooden shed and lasts much longer without maintenance. Overall a good shed and a fabulous size


Ye I bought the 8*8 a few months back for 300 (that was mega cheap for the size) not had chance to set it up yet. Came across this and thought its a great deal for anyone looking for this sort of size
They do need a base, unless this one comes with that. I used concrete slabs and when I moved it to another part of the garden (really easy to do) I placed it onto breeze blocks I had hanging around. Worth the money and time in the long run
Edited by: "Ajmetro" 7th Dec 2019
whaleshark07/12/2019 13:35

Cheap price but fugly to look at and be warned most metal sheds have …Cheap price but fugly to look at and be warned most metal sheds have issues with condensation inside


Ye I did a lot of research before I bought one as i didn't know what material shed to buy. But I was on a budged and couldn't find a 8x8 shed in wood for a good price they where All around 600+.
The door height makes it unusable unless you are verticall;y challenged> It is 5' 4"
Just had a look at the images of this. The final one suggest that once built it is a gravity free space?
Would love to get this if it didn’t look like an industrial unit.
jasee07/12/2019 13:57

The door height makes it unusable unless you are verticall;y challenged> …The door height makes it unusable unless you are verticall;y challenged> It is 5' 4"


This was my concern when I bought but I only wanted it to store a easyspa and paint and car oil and so on as i dont like having that sort of stuff in the house with the kids. So the door height is not a problem for me as I won't be in and out of it often
Darthpeter07/12/2019 14:11

Would love to get this if it didn’t look like an industrial unit.


Ye the green is not the best but the Anthracite color is out of stock. I bought it In the color Anthracite (like a dark blue grey).
Edited by: "echrom" 7th Dec 2019
kipster07/12/2019 13:59

Just had a look at the images of this. The final one suggest that once …Just had a look at the images of this. The final one suggest that once built it is a gravity free space?


I'm not sure what you mean sorry
echrom07/12/2019 14:14

This was my concern when I bought but I only wanted it to store a easyspa …This was my concern when I bought but I only wanted it to store a easyspa and paint and car oil and so on as i dont like having that sort of stuff in the house with the kids. So the door height is not a problem for me as I won't be in and out of it often



I would just hit my head. it's amazing, they always make them like this
Edited by: "jasee" 7th Dec 2019
jasee07/12/2019 13:57

The door height makes it unusable unless you are verticall;y challenged> …The door height makes it unusable unless you are verticall;y challenged> It is 5' 4"


You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the blocks.
Darthpeter07/12/2019 14:11

Would love to get this if it didn’t look like an industrial unit.


Bolt on some trellis, run some winter Jasmine up, and Fanny's your aunt.
simonspeakeasy07/12/2019 14:39

You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the …You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the blocks.


Nice idea
simonspeakeasy07/12/2019 14:39

You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the …You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the blocks.



So you step up the blocks to hit your head
I purchased a maximum size one and its been hell, pure condensation trap with water dripping off the roof and having cardboard on the concentrete floor to avoid the puddles. Never have metal stick with wood. Total waste of money and doors so flimsy they are worth for nothing.
0.33mm? That's like rice paper. Surely it should say 3.3mm?
echrom07/12/2019 14:23

I'm not sure what you mean sorry


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All the items inside the shed appear to be floating.
kipster07/12/2019 16:21

[Image] All the items inside the shed appear to be floating.


I didn't see that one
kipster07/12/2019 16:21

[Image] All the items inside the shed appear to be floating.


jasee07/12/2019 13:57

The door height makes it unusable unless you are verticall;y challenged> …The door height makes it unusable unless you are verticall;y challenged> It is 5' 4"


I just realised this, why would someone build such small door entry? I am 6’3 so not for me then or do I miss something?
googley207/12/2019 15:28

I purchased a maximum size one and its been hell, pure condensation trap …I purchased a maximum size one and its been hell, pure condensation trap with water dripping off the roof and having cardboard on the concentrete floor to avoid the puddles. Never have metal stick with wood. Total waste of money and doors so flimsy they are worth for nothing.



Look into adding some ventilation, doesn't need a lot. I have quite a large metal shed with a small vent either end and never get condensation in there.
I had one other year the thin flimsy build quality is not good dont wast your money i sent mine back there about the thickness of a can of beans and they need to be on a flagged or solid concrete floor and the defiantly need Boulting down.
Edited by: "miaethanrebecca" 7th Dec 2019
WillieGophar07/12/2019 15:42

0.33mm? That's like rice paper. Surely it should say 3.3mm?


Nope there rubish could break into one with a plastic spoon.
My metal shed has started rusting on the roof and near the bottom edge. Any suggestions on how to best treat this?
simonspeakeasy07/12/2019 14:39

You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the …You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the blocks.


Don't be silly. Much easier to moan about it!
AfterAGoodDeal07/12/2019 17:09

My metal shed has started rusting on the roof and near the bottom edge. …My metal shed has started rusting on the roof and near the bottom edge. Any suggestions on how to best treat this?


We use zinc rich paint (aka cold galvanising paint) to treat bare metal on a boat trailer that gets regularly dipped in the sea, usually tractol 927 smithandallan.com/pro…ey/ (paint on stuff, not spray)

Or you could make do with hammerite.

Remove the rust first with wire brushes and polycarbide wheels for heavy stuff, although given it will be very thin steel, it won't stand up to much power sanding.

Raising the building up on breeze blocks or similar, flush with the outside edge of the metal wall to reduce rain drops splashing off the ground onto the metal and so that it doesn't sit in puddles might help reduce rusting along the bottom.
Edited by: "melted" 7th Dec 2019
simonspeakeasy07/12/2019 14:39

You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the …You could lay a course of blocks on the base then fix the shed to the blocks.


That's exactly what I did when I moved my shed, however before that it was laid/attached on/to slabs and never had an issue with damp or any ingress of water even though it was in a dip of the garden. I put that down to the garden having great drainage properties and not clay based soil.
Edited by: "Ajmetro" 7th Dec 2019
kipster07/12/2019 16:21

[Image] All the items inside the shed appear to be floating.


That could be due to the amount of condensation created on the roof which is a common problem with metal.

I have just built a rowlinson murryhil 12 X 24' shed. The condensation on the roof is horrendous to a point you would think the roof was leaking by the little pools on the floor. I have no leaks. I used a damp proof membrane in my concrete base too. And it makes me laugh when people say it needs ventilation. The roof still had condensation before I put the doors in so don't think you can get more ventilated than that.

Insulation direct onto the panels helps but doesn't sort the problem as I have done a few test areas. Then one thing that has worked is a waterproof breather paper stuck direct onto the panel but can you imagine how difficult that is going to be so i am going to have to batten the underside of the roof and staple the breather paper to it and seal the edges to stop the moist air from coming in contact with the metal and forming the condensation. I did think about laying the breather paper over the roof joists before I put the panels on but they are bolted where they overlap so would have been impossible.

The shed posted is relatively cheap for the size but I would put a waterproof membrane over the roof joists before putting the roof panels on and then seal the edges. Or pay twice the money and buy a timber one.
Word of advice, don't build one of these under an apple tree unless you enjoy being woken up every time an apple falls off and hits the metal roof like a giant drum. Other than that condensation is really bad and the doors jam all of the time. Doesn't seem to be rusting and feels pretty solid though. Get a few mates round to help when you build it.
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andymagic07/12/2019 16:38

Look into adding some ventilation, doesn't need a lot. I have quite a …Look into adding some ventilation, doesn't need a lot. I have quite a large metal shed with a small vent either end and never get condensation in there.


What have you got as a floor. Mine is well ventilated and condensation is terrible39288926-LMxSU.jpg
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 7th Dec 2019
0.33mm steel 😯 so basically thick tin foil !

For the ultimate maintenance and hassle free shed get a plastic one, they are surprisingly tough and basically last forever, plus I’ve never noticed any condensation inside of it ( which steel ones can suffer badly with )

Not sure of the cost of one as we inherited our plastic shed with the house, but you buy once you cry once !
Edited by: "Bikerdanny" 7th Dec 2019
kipster07/12/2019 16:21

[Image] All the items inside the shed appear to be floating.


That drop shadow though...
Not sure where they get steel from this thin. The thinnest that most steel stock holders do is 0.7mm which is used a lot for commercial building flashings and if the shed was that sort of thickness it would make it much better. The corrugations give it some strength but it looks a bit nasty. I would want to clad it with timber lol.
Bikerdanny07/12/2019 20:02

0.33mm steel 😯 so basically thick tin foil ! For the ultimate …0.33mm steel 😯 so basically thick tin foil ! For the ultimate maintenance and hassle free shed get a plastic one, they are surprisingly tough and basically last forever, plus I’ve never noticed any condensation inside of it ( which steel ones can suffer badly with ) Not sure of the cost of one as we inherited our plastic shed with the house, but you buy once you cry once !


I looked into buying a plastic one but they are a lot more expensive. A 6x6 feet plastic shed is around £500. But i agree plastic is more likely to require a lot less maintenance than metal and wood.
kipster07/12/2019 16:21

[Image] All the items inside the shed appear to be floating.


greg66607/12/2019 16:30

I just realised this, why would someone build such small door entry? I am …I just realised this, why would someone build such small door entry? I am 6’3 so not for me then or do I miss something?



It's cheaper for them to make and once you've gone to the trouble of erecting it on a base, probably you just put up with it. Or look an idiot for buying such a useless thing. Once in, it's only 5' 5" at the apex so your going to have to bend over a lot!
Wooden sheds seem to be built to more sensible heights
jasee07/12/2019 21:40

It's cheaper for them to make and once you've gone to the trouble of …It's cheaper for them to make and once you've gone to the trouble of erecting it on a base, probably you just put up with it. Or look an idiot for buying such a useless thing. Once in, it's only 5' 5" at the apex so your going to have to bend over a lot!Wooden sheds seem to be built to more sensible heights


Yeah, still don’t get it why would someone design such thing but hey fine with me as I wouldn’t buy it.
I think this is about the size scaled to a 6 foot male standing right outside the entrance

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