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Yardmaster 6 x 4 Pent Metal Shed - £99.99 ARGOS
Yardmaster 6 x 4 Pent Metal Shed - £99.99 ARGOS

Yardmaster 6 x 4 Pent Metal Shed - £99.99 ARGOS

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Yardmaster 6x4 galvanised steel shed, been looking for a cheap one and this fits the bill.

They need to be secured down and remember these don't come with a floor so you need to fix to something solid.

Hope it helps someone

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Won't be long before someone starts harping on about 'the amount of screws' 'the condensation' and the benefits of buying timber instead.

oh, might go for this one actually.. cheers for sharing, heat added

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fireman1

Won't be long before someone starts harping on about 'the amount of … Won't be long before someone starts harping on about 'the amount of screws' 'the condensation' and the benefits of buying timber instead.



​i know what you mean about screws etc last one this size took me by myself about 4 hours to do and i secured to concrete and it was fine for 5 years i lived in old house and is still there.

oos for a few of my postcodes. Not sure if that's typical. Also add 6.95 to price for delivery if you can buy it.

Its wider at the top than the bottom?

tek-monkey

Its wider at the top than the bottom?



​Looks like it's actually 6x3. 6x4 appears to relate to the space you need for the roof overhang

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peympeym

​Looks like it's actually 6x3. 6x4 appears to relate to the space you n … ​Looks like it's actually 6x3. 6x4 appears to relate to the space you need for the roof overhang



Think the last one i done was just over 6x3.5 inside as framework and panels take up room

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fireman1

oos for a few of my postcodes. Not sure if that's typical. Also add 6.95 … oos for a few of my postcodes. Not sure if that's typical. Also add 6.95 to price for delivery if you can buy it.



Sunderland were i ordered mine in stock also Newcastle are seemed to have stock

We've got one of these they are alright, fairly straight forward to put up only used a few swear's lasted well weve had ours for about three years now, the doors can get jammed from the metal runners but that is probably more down to us we didnt really secure it properly, we are a bit hodgy bodgy when it comes to diy

OSS in Luton, Watford, St Albans, Harrow, Borehamwood and Harpenden.

We have had a yardmaster shed for probably 20 years, its has stood up to the weather very well, still rust free. The wheels on one of the doors broke but an email to Yardmaster resulted in new wheels free of charge.Highly recommend this brand.

I have one of their garages, the screws dont hold very well, as the metal is too thin, I am going to go over it with rivets during the summer; other than that, it is OK for the money. The biggest weak spot is the uprights for the doors, on a shed they would be fine, but the torque of a wide garage door has twisted them out of shape in only a year, I had to re-enforce them, just to hold the doors square.

Being galvanised steel instead of aluminium, does it resist condensation building up inside?

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notos

Being galvanised steel instead of aluminium, does it resist condensation … Being galvanised steel instead of aluminium, does it resist condensation building up inside?



​i never had problems on my old one, but some say they do

fireman1

Won't be long before someone starts harping on about 'the amount of … Won't be long before someone starts harping on about 'the amount of screws' 'the condensation' and the benefits of buying timber instead.



Well I had a landlord who installed a metal shed just like those one, without preparing the base properly. I didn't know any better, so I used it for storage. The condensation caused about £1000 worth of damage. Now I would talk about the benefits of the replacement wooden shed, but it would seem you've pre-empted any dialogue pursuant to dispensing helpful information in this area.

JamesSmith

Well I had a landlord who installed a metal shed just like those one, … Well I had a landlord who installed a metal shed just like those one, without preparing the base properly. I didn't know any better, so I used it for storage. The condensation caused about £1000 worth of damage. Now I would talk about the benefits of the replacement wooden shed, but it would seem you've pre-empted any dialogue pursuant to dispensing helpful information in this area.



anybody who says metal shed dont suffer from condensation is either lying or possibly just never noticed it (although thats hard to believe TBH)

As such you need to be pretty careful what you put in a metal shed - anything electrical is out of the question unless its in a well sealed plastic case/box of some sort - in general only put in stuff that can withstand a bit of damp & condensation so no cardboard for example

I put polystyrene sheets under the roof & still get condensation problems although admittedly the sheets are not glued on which may be better

My 2 metal shed roofs have started rusting after about 5 years of use so maybe the quality of some it better than others

IMO anybody with any sense would always buy a plastic shed - they usually cost a little more but are well worth it
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 13th Feb
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