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Lifetime 17 ft. W x 8 ft. D Garden Shed - £2885.62 @ Wayfair

£2,885.62£3,42916% off
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About this deal

Same price on Amazon amzn.eu/d/a…jYo but Wayfair has a welcome £15 discount for new accounts wayfair.co.uk/v/a…348


  • Attractive appearance and design
  • The high-pitched roof allows for quick drainage of rain and snow
  • Weather-resistant construction
  • Recommended to build this item on the concrete platform

What's Included?
  • 2 Built-In Shelf/Shelves
  • Ventilation
  • 2 Window(s)
  • Floor
  • Shed
  • Double Doors
  • Shutters
  • Door Lock

This garden shed helps homeowners to have the right solution to keep their space organized. It offers a huge amount of extra space to store anything from larger items like lawnmowers, kayaks, and bikes to smaller tools like shovels, rakes, and watering cans. This shed features steel-reinforced double-wall panels as well as roof trusses for ultimate strength and durability. Lockable doors (lock not included) provide extra security. The height-adjustable shelves give you better control over your space and maximize your storage options. The large skylights and windows provide excellent interior lighting while the screened vents provide airflow and keep out pests.
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    4.9% using Jamdoughnut.
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    We have the 12 by 8ft model - it has one less window on the side, but two skylights instead and still have two openings.

    Some guys who said they could lay us a base, did a p*ss poor job and though it comes with a plastic floor, one wrong step and we'd have a hole appear. So we put down some pile wood flooring and that really helped. Then we covered it to a play house for our boys and so we laid carpet in it - its pretty cool honestly. We bought ours from Costco and got someone of Facebook to fit it - thats my only complaint - these are nuts to put up - it took them a full day in the end - but its up and not going anywhere.
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    Wouldn't recommend anyone buying anything from Wayfair, they have a tendency to not have items in stock and then order them from their suppliers when folks place orders (in my experience).
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    Will this get me on the property ladder?
    If you’re in London, you’d get about £800+ a month for it
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    What a strange looking shed.
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    Nearly £3k for a plastic shed? You could get a log cabin for that price.
    Aye, maybe made of balsa wood. The cost of wood (decent quality needed to build a shed) is, unfortunately through the roof.
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    I've always had wooden outbuildings, but blagged a £450 7x7 Lifetime shed from here last year.

    Absolutely incredible. Well manufactured, easy to assemble, and thoroughly water tight, and doesn't look as plasticy as I thought it might.

    I'm going to seriously consider one of this size when I finish the next bit of my garden.
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    Would it be a stretch to do office work in something like this. A neighbour has a hot tub and mini bar in the smaller version. Got my heart set on a wooden garden room tbh but about 4 times the price DIY and 8 x professionally built
    A hot tub and a mini bar, that’s insane
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    the 15ft x 8ft on amazon looks like the best value out of those (edited)
    How it comes up more expensive and it's smaller?
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    looks nice, heat
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    £500 for a couple of lackeys to wield a screwdriver and join the panels together !
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    Looks fantastic
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    Good price, although it does look a bit dollhouse barn like...
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    Ideal if you were building a home gym abd lacked any sort of garage or outbuilding.
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    That's a massive doll house
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    Is there an option for a slide and swing attachment?
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    Ideal for mowing the chippings
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