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WICKES OVERLAP PRESSURE TREATED APEX SHED DOUBLE DOORS 7X5 CLICK AND COLLECT ONLY £199.00
WICKES OVERLAP PRESSURE TREATED APEX SHED DOUBLE DOORS 7X5 CLICK AND COLLECT ONLY £199.00

WICKES OVERLAP PRESSURE TREATED APEX SHED DOUBLE DOORS 7X5 CLICK AND COLLECT ONLY £199.00

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Cheapest i have found for the size, overlap not shiplap
but if care is taken on constructing and re-treat ASAP should last a while.
I am going to replace the cheap sand felt with better mineral felt thats the bit that fails first.

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This 7x5 overlap shed features a traditional style apex roof giving an attractive appearance. Featuring double doors allowing easier access to the shed contents.

Width: 2193 mm
Roof Shape: Apex
Certifications Met: FSC Certified
Number of Doors: 2
Weight: 166 kg
Depth: 1460 mm
Glazing Type: Polycarbonate
Material: Softwood
Years Guaranteed: 15
Colour: Natural
Height: 2215 mm
Roof Protection: Roof Felt
External Area Coverage: 3.08 m²
Number of Windows: 1
Includes: Hasp & Staple
Size Imperial: 7 ft x 5 ft
Treatment: Pressure Treated
Type: Overlap
Brand Name: Wickes

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few and far between in Southampton area , one in Fareham

7 in Cardiff Penarth

Could get a metal one, less maintenance, would be a better buy.

SCOUSEKEVIN

Could get a metal one, less maintenance, would be a better buy.


Can you get a metal one at this price?

Metal ones always retain condensation inside the shed... Avoid if you want to keep things dry.

Metal sheds end up having dripping condensation off the roof and sides. If you want to keep things dry and stop rusting you either have to cut holes for ventilation or add layers of internal insulation. Wood al the way.

use original felt then overlap with superior one

should be overlay not overlap

col11

Can you get a metal one at this price?


Look on Ebay or Screwfix loads of sizes varying prices

SCOUSEKEVIN

Look on Ebay or Screwfix loads of sizes varying prices


Metal are an absolute mare to erect as well. I wouldn't go there again.

If you live in a part of the country that gets snow in the winter then I would suggest getting a length of 3x2 timber and fitting it under the ridge as it will sag in the middle with the weight of snow if you don't, seen this happen so many times and we don't really get any significant snowfall

for those who cannot find stock at wickes (slightly expensive but from the image looks the same item)

shedstore.co.uk/gar…hed

These have been this price since before summer. If you ask a member of staff they can order them on Fridays and have them in store by following Thursday via their supplier. Though the felt isn't great and the front panel towards the roof often gets damaged before it hits the stores.

col11

Can you get a metal one at this price?



I didn't pay much more for a 12x8 windowless shed in the summer from eBay.
I guess they are out of season now.

1 near me hmmmmmmm....
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