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Garden Shed 1.55m x 0.79m x 1.92m Gull Grey

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Here’s a great little shed that’ll slot neatly into any corner of your section while keeping your things sheltered and secure. Ideal for smaller backyards. Perfect for tools, lawnmowers, and gardening equipment.

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Product overview

Product overview

Here’s a great little shed that’ll slot neatly into any corner of your section while keeping your things sheltered and secure. Ideal for smaller backyards. Perfect for tools, lawnmowers, and gardening equipment. As with all Trade Tested sheds, this unit is in stock and ready for collection or speedy next-day dispatch.

Durable and attractive, this shed is made from double pressed, high-grade, galvanised steel. It is sturdy, won’t warp or lose its shape, and it comes with a 12 year no-rust warranty.

The shed door is hinged for easy assembly and better reliability. It also has a handy lockable latch for security.

We know sheds Over the last decade of selling sheds in New Zealand, we feel like we’ve learnt what Kiwis want. We’ve taken every nugget of customer feedback, along with the vast experience of our shed assembly crew and refined it into what has fast become New Zealand’s favourite shed.

Interlocking u-channels mean that assembly is simple, eliminating all the fit issues you’ll find on a lesser shed. The integrated door jamb helps keep the weather out, while the rigid profile steel panels and 12 Year No-rust Warranty mean your shed will be looking great for years to come.

With a huge range of sizes and configurations in stock, we’ll always have the right shed for you ready to go.

Designed for New Zealand conditions, by a bunch of shed-mad Kiwis, you know it’s going to be good.

FEATURES
• Hinged door with lockable latch
• Hot-dipped, 0.32mm galvanised steel
• 12 Year No-rust Warranty

SPECIFICATIONS
Colour: Gull grey
External dimensions (including roof overhang): 1.55m (W) x 1.0m (D) x 1.92m (H)
Footprint dimensions: 1.55m (W) x 0.79m (D)
Internal dimensions: 1.51m (W) x 0.75m (D) x 1.90m (H)
Back wall: 1.9m (H); Front wall: 1.8m (H)
Door size: 1.75m (H) x 0.73m (W)
Carton Dimensions: 1.96m (L) x 0.47m (W) x 0.13m (D)
Carton weight: 48kg

Flooring: Trade Tested recommends using one of our timber floor kits, a concrete slab or pavers for your foundation. A strong and level foundation will improve the structural integrity of your assembled shed.

Sheds are kitset and come with assembly instructions. Our expert customer service team are on hand to help if you need it.

Trade Tested takes every precaution to prevent damage during delivery and our packaging is designed to withstand some of the toughest treatment in transit. However superficial delivery wear is sometimes beyond our control.

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Customer reviews

Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.5 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Stan Auckland

Shed

3 months ago

2018-09-13 07:24:40

Overall pleased with the product. It is light and low cost, but does the job, looks smart and should last well. Delivery service was fast and the product was undamaged. I am glad to be handy with tools and feel it would not be easy for non-handy people to assemble. I chose to pre-drill holes rather than rely on the self-drilling tek screws because the wall panels can be pushed away and out of position using only the comparatively blunt screws provided. The instructions could do with slightly improved diagrams and more words here and there to be more easily followed, but they are reasonably adequate. Best not to pull the walls hard together when screwing on the metal corner brackets, top and bottom. This will provide an extra mm or two for the door space, which might otherwise be too tight a fit. I had to make a small door-stopper plate using 2mm aluminium so the bottom of the door had something to close against and i noted that the top moulding over the doorway is poorly dimensioned and doesn't permit the door to close totally flush. Standing a little proud is ok, but it meant i needed to pack the bolt saddle out 2mm and i also found it necessary to put a 2mm packer under the latch assembly itself. I decided that rainwater could not escape easily enough from the bottom frame channels, so drilled large enough holes through the base of the channels within the recessed corrugations where i could access them from the outside. The wooden floorboards fit nicely inside the bottom frame. They were not precision cut, but good enough. I abandoned the bulky joists provided and mounted the shed on 3 lengths of Kwila instead, as i was erecting the shed on an existing deck. I used a round file to file sloping grooves in the kwila runners under my rainwater escape holes, so the water could drain to the outside. The roof needs to overhang at the rear and you need to make sure the front overhang is not so great as to foul the top of the door. I was plain lucky that the top of my door just cleared the front edge of the roof by 1 or 2 mm. I suggest you don't put in the many roof fastening screws until you have hung the door and know you have clearance. Generally, it took me an age to assemble everything and it took another pair of hands to help as well. The sheets can be awkward to handle and need to be protected from being scratched, bent or dented during assembly. It is a pain and time consuming to peel off the plastic coating from most panels. I suggest giving yourself plenty of time to do the whole job. This is not a heavy duty type of shed and care is needed when storing heavier items to avoid denting panels from the inside. Wooden vertical strips could easily be screwed onto the walls (through from the outside) to attach a lining or frame for leaning tools against or for hanging them up. Finally, there is a lot of drilling in the assembly process and lots of metal filings will be caught in the channels as well as on the wall and roof surfaces. These will readily rust and at the very least rust stain the paint. I had to be meticulous about vacuuming these up and wiping the surfaces with a rag using a bit of turps. Had to follow up over a few days to get the bits i'd missed. I am happy with this shed for my purposes and feel it is a good product, even though i may have preferred a slightly heavier duty item. Such heavier sheds are, of course, double the cost.

Ash Auckland

Shed

11 months ago

2018-01-17 20:28:56

Excellent shed. I build aviaries and always use these sheds of different sizes.Good quality and easier to assemble than most other sheds out there. No hassle polite staff are always helpful. Happy. Ash

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