Overlap shed 4x6 Rustic Windowless ( No Felt, no floor) £114 / £119 delivered @ Garden buildings direct
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Overlap shed 4x6 Rustic Windowless ( No Felt, no floor) £114 / £119 delivered @ Garden buildings direct

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Found 11th Feb
Been looking around for a decent but cheap shed..this is the lowest price I've found.

Thought I'd post in case it helps anyone else out.

Anything cheaper out there? let me know.

Thanks guys.
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I see it is pre hung so erection should no problem.
Good price but you always get what you pay for with sheds so set your expectations accordingly with this one.
What would be the point of buying a wooden shed with No Floor. The floor usually helps to strengthen the whole structure . Surely you would be better offer paying the extra £25 and having the floor and roofing felt included, still a good deal
Edited by: "goldy12" 11th Feb
tintowellfan10 m ago

I see it is pre hung so erection should no problem.


That's what she said
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I see it is pre hung so erection should no problem.
ooo looks good
Like the look of this. This is a hot price, and free delivery! Thanks, OP!
Good price but you always get what you pay for with sheds so set your expectations accordingly with this one.
no floor? So is it on the grass?
What would be the point of buying a wooden shed with No Floor. The floor usually helps to strengthen the whole structure . Surely you would be better offer paying the extra £25 and having the floor and roofing felt included, still a good deal
Edited by: "goldy12" 11th Feb
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I'd get the roof felt option too unless you already have some
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I have a concrete base ready so the shed would go on there...You would need that with any shed, or put it on paving slabs.

There are options to add a floor, felt etc...
tintowellfan10 m ago

I see it is pre hung so erection should no problem.


That's what she said
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joesmum6 m ago

no floor? So is it on the grass?


No...You would need a base, even if you went for the "floor" option
Kristina_Mcmanus8 m ago

I have a concrete base ready so the shed would go on there...You would …I have a concrete base ready so the shed would go on there...You would need that with any shed, or put it on paving slabs.There are options to add a floor, felt etc...



Still better to have a floor and raise it a few inches above the base so it doesn't get flooded. Being overlap it probably wont be watertight for more than a few months anyway so.......
joesmum10 m ago

no floor? So is it on the grass?


No, if you put it on concrete it will be concrete.))
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Shengis13 m ago

Still better to have a floor and raise it a few inches above the base so …Still better to have a floor and raise it a few inches above the base so it doesn't get flooded. Being overlap it probably wont be watertight for more than a few months anyway so.......




I just posted the basic price...there are lots of options.
Edited by moderator: "edit" 11th Feb
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goldy1230 m ago

What would be the point of buying a wooden shed with No Floor. The floor …What would be the point of buying a wooden shed with No Floor. The floor usually helps to strengthen the whole structure . Surely you would be better offer paying the extra £25 and having the floor and roofing felt included, still a good deal


Bolting the shed panels down to a concrete base with stud bolts should strengthen it just as much.

I would be inclined to use EDPM rubber these days for the roof, rather than felt.
melted1 h, 11 m ago

Bolting the shed panels down to a concrete base with stud bolts should …Bolting the shed panels down to a concrete base with stud bolts should strengthen it just as much. I would be inclined to use EDPM rubber these days for the roof, rather than felt.


Depending on drainage the bottom framing will rot as the water will just get trapped between it and the concrete...better with a floor(which I would reinforce with some plywood sheeting)+ concrete or gravel base and flagstones to keep it of the ground,stops the floor getting wet and let's the air pass underneath to stop damp/mould
All wooden sheds are best above any floor so they wont rot

You need a decent floor for this, preferably 1 inch thick

Pop it on a few building bricks on a concrete base (or breeze blocks if on level soil) so the air can circulate all around

These are a good company if you want a proper shed although you get what you pay for

stores.ebay.co.uk/bri…123
InTheKnow44446 m ago

All wooden sheds are best above any floor so they wont rotYou need a …All wooden sheds are best above any floor so they wont rotYou need a decent floor for this, preferably 1 inch thickPop it on a few building bricks on a concrete base (or breeze blocks if on level soil) so the air can circulate all aroundThese are a good company if you want a proper shed although you get what you pay forhttp://stores.ebay.co.uk/brierley-hill-sheds-123


haha their prices are 5 times more, not exactly comparable!
The featherboards on that shed will shrink and split within two years.

If you want a shed that will last, go for 15mm or thicker shiplap. It'll cost a LOT more but it'll last for decades.
SlightlyFoxed8 m ago

The featherboards on that shed will shrink and split within two years. If …The featherboards on that shed will shrink and split within two years. If you want a shed that will last, go for 15mm or thicker shiplap. It'll cost a LOT more but it'll last for decades.


This shed is a false economy IMHO
BattleBeast11 h, 52 m ago

Depending on drainage the bottom framing will rot as the water will just …Depending on drainage the bottom framing will rot as the water will just get trapped between it and the concrete...better with a floor(which I would reinforce with some plywood sheeting)+ concrete or gravel base and flagstones to keep it of the ground,stops the floor getting wet and let's the air pass underneath to stop damp/mould




For our big shed, we packed down rubble and laid a concrete slab on top using shuttering so the top of the slab is about 3 - 4 inches above ground level, I think we might have laid a sheet of polythene on top of the rubble to keep the damp out too, but it was too long ago to remember. As an extra precaution we also laid a row of bricks to sit the timbers on and used a roll of damp proof membrane under the frame to stop the it sitting directly on concrete or bricks.

As we used relatively thick timber for the framework, we were also able to make the frame the exact size of the base and still be able to drill through the frame to bolt it down to the concrete without cracking through the edge, so there's no flat concrete surface for the rain to splash off and hit the shiplap cladding.


We do have a 6 x 4 shed with a wood floor, but it is also on a raised slab of concrete and we put damp proof roll under the wood, sadly that hasn't fared as well as the flooring sagged then rats got in from underneath and chewed up much of the floor (don't store fish food, bird seed or anything else rats might eat, like soap in a shed).


Looking at the pictures, this shed looks like the cladding might be a bit on the thin side.
Edited by: "melted" 11th Feb
AnnaMak1 h, 7 m ago

haha their prices are 5 times more, not exactly comparable!


20 times stronger than this but good luck replacing it inside 5 years
InTheKnow44427 m ago

20 times stronger than this but good luck replacing it inside 5 years


glad you had time to test both lol
wtf...£55 delivery to Glasgow!! cold!
AnnaMak1 h, 35 m ago

glad you had time to test both lol



No real need T.B.H.

Anyone with an ounce of intelligence will know by the time you've factored in the price of a decent floor/roof felt then there will be something better out there instead of this flimsy shite

I have a 10x8 pent with tanalised wood and that's not even big enough for my needs.

This will be crap, but you get what you pay for so knock yourself out
InTheKnow44411 m ago

No real need T.B.H.Anyone with an ounce of intelligence will know by the …No real need T.B.H.Anyone with an ounce of intelligence will know by the time you've factored in the price of a decent floor/roof felt then there will be something better out there instead of this flimsy shiteI have a 10x8 pent with tanalised wood and that's not even big enough for my needs.This will be crap, but you get what you pay for so knock yourself out


nice insult lol
Don't get felt with it
Not good quality. False economy been there done that now brought a decent shed. Cold
We wanted to build a phone booth in our office and end up buying similar shed but it is not sound proof at all.
So end up dumping it and it cost way more to dispose then acquiring it.
Still, hot for the price....
InTheKnow4445 h, 54 m ago

No real need T.B.H.Anyone with an ounce of intelligence will know by the …No real need T.B.H.Anyone with an ounce of intelligence will know by the time you've factored in the price of a decent floor/roof felt then there will be something better out there instead of this flimsy shiteI have a 10x8 pent with tanalised wood and that's not even big enough for my needs.This will be crap, but you get what you pay for so knock yourself out



If you just want somewhere to dump a lawnmower/bike etc it would be ok till it falls apart, as we know it will...... If you want a work environment (at 6x4 i'd say unlikely) then I would build a shed from scratch using fencing products ie feather edge closeboarding laid down on a fence post frame with P5 22mm floor. Be stronger than anything you could buy prebuilt at the equivalent cost and much more fun to build One day i'll do such a thing myself, at the moment i'm semi happy with my 10 years+ shiplap shed that I refurbed last summer after leaving it to years of abuse/no felt etc. That should last at least another 5 years without further fettling
goldy1211th Feb

What would be the point of buying a wooden shed with No Floor. The floor …What would be the point of buying a wooden shed with No Floor. The floor usually helps to strengthen the whole structure . Surely you would be better offer paying the extra £25 and having the floor and roofing felt included, still a good deal


You pay for floor and felt separately from the same company. Good shed, got one at more expensive price
Edited by: "kavinah" 12th Feb
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