Live the dream with our largest garage.
Boasting a massive 43.8m² of floor space, this Double Garage 6.4 x 7.2m model has enough room for two vehicles as well as all your tools, toys and even a sneaky beer fridge or two.
Not just for parking cars in, you could also add some garage shelving and turn it into a huge workshop, a studio, a games room for the kids, or an epic man cave.
Twin aluminium roller doors and a single side door provide plenty of access, while all the doors are lockable to keep things secure. This model features a generous roof overhang so water just runs off the sides. Not only does this make the garage more durable and weatherproof, but it makes assembly and adding guttering easier.
Constructed from high-grade galvanised steel, this garage is designed to stand the test of time, something we back with a 12 Year Warranty.
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• High quality aluminium roller doors
• Side access door
• Strong panel walls: Double pressed 0.32mm galvanised steel
• Rigid bracing: 50 x 50mm, 1.2mm thick galvanised steel box frame tubing
• Rust-resistant design
• Large 43.8² footprint
• 12 Year No-Rust Warranty
Exterior dimensions including roof overhang: W 6600mm x D 7240mm x H 3800mm
Footprint: W 6490mm x D7230mm (including wall panels)
Internal size: W 6310mm x D 7030mm x H 3640mm
Wind rating: Up to 82km/h (not suitable for high wind zones under NZS 3604)
Snow load rating (static, evenly distributed): up to 219kg/m²
Side wall height: 230cm
Roller doors: W255cm x H220cm
Side door: W72cm x H193cm
Carton A: 238cm x 83cm x 20.5cm, 149kg
Carton B: 185cm x 83cm x 6.5cm, 101kg
Carton C: 185cm x 83cm x 6.5cm, 90kg
Carton D: 287cm x 35cm x 12.5cm, 117kg
Carton E: 287cm x 35cm x 12.5cm, 108kg
Carton F: 268cm x 37cm x 12.5cm, 99kg
Carton G: 256cm x 32cm x 25cm, 112kg
Roller Door Carton (x2): 269cm x 31cm x 27cm, 42kg
Total Weight: 860kg
Garages are kitset and come with assembly instructions.
As this garage is over 10m², consent is most likely required by your local council. Specifications and diagrams are included with this garage, however PS1 documentation is not available. Make sure you check requirements with your local council before purchasing.
Trade Tested takes every precaution to prevent damage during delivery, and all steel sheets are shrink-wrapped in plastic to prevent marks and scratches. Superficial delivery wear is sometimes however beyond our control.
Our friendly and knowledgeable gurus are trained to answer all your questions as quickly as possible. So if there’s anything you need to know just give us a call during business hours, or send us an email any time.
This review is written to assist buyers as the instructions are rudimentary to say the least. I suggest you also get a scaffold tower and an angle grinder. The slab dimensions is the frame 6330w x 7140L plus the depth of the “cross beams” on both sides and the end. This will eat the tin walls hang over the side of the slab for better waterproofing. Once the slab is laid we found through trial and error that it was best to box out the bottom of the frame with the “side upstanding tubes”using all the “cross beams” to hold them square. The “side upstanding tubes” were then secured to the slab by dynabolting the provided L brackets to the concrete and drilling a non supplied engineering bolt through them. We then put the “cross tube for roof” assembly’s on with the help of scaffolding tower. Once we needed to pull the tops the “side upstanding tube” in with strops to get the portal plumb before attaching the “galvanised tube” bracing to hold in place. Work your way through completing each portal and bracing with the rafters as you go. Once framing is up we added non supplied strap bracing to roof and walls before cladding. In hindsight I would start by cladding the front wall first. I would the fix the four corner walls temporarily to run a string line before starting on the roof. You need to fix the roof by working from the scaffold as the tin will not bear the weight of a cat let alone a human. You will also need to decide if you want to put in extra screws at the join of each tile and replace the ridge cap at this stage. (Provided ridge cap not really fit for purpose). Next the sides, measure and mark your screw holes to avoid misses. Do the back wall last so any snafu’s can be trimmed and hidden. I put longer screws in the tile joins (not provided). Our person door needed to be trimmed and re riveted and I’m still working on how to waterproof it. Roller doors work well but needed tweaking as the brackets weren’t drilled the right way. It’s pretty solid once up with the strap bracing but suggest lining it as the tin will damage easily. Hope this helps some one.
What a great way to find an excuse to work with the boy on a common project... really enjoyed the build. A few challenges along the way but neither of us are builders so expected a few bumps. Overall a great kit and a great outcome. Totally recommend. Thanks guys!
Morning lm still pouring the concrete floor. The only thing I have a problem with is the packing was all damaged on the ends and had been taped up lm not sure if and thing has fallen out. Won't know until I start to assemble. Garry
The instructions are terrible. They are vague, misleading and in some parts completely wrong (ie the side door) Thirdly a few components are either too short or too long and some beams have slight bows to them. However once you work your way through all these problems you get a pretty good garage but it could be so much better with a few tweaks.
Like other reviewers, the instructions are terrible. They lack important details and in some cases are either misleading or wrong. (ie the side door) Some components were too short (roof and door trims) or too long. Some components were inconsistently roll formed which made squaring up a pain in the neck. On the plus side it looks pretty good now it's finished and I like the roller doors. I've recommended it because essentially you get what you pay for but it could be so much better with a few tweaks.
As per expected from previous reviews, instructions could be better but overall it is water tight, like the roller doors, and everything was in the kit and went together well.
No overall pad size. Were we missing some specs??? 2. Wall iron does not extend down over the pad ie iron length is flush with floor level. 3. Plans are ***. 4. No strap bracing. 5.Plastic near impossible to take off, wasted nearly 1 week taking it off all sheets. 6.Roller doors 40mm to short if using slotted brackets supplied adjusted in as close in as possible. 7. Flashings only 2 that were usable were the ones for the side door (Had to replace ridging and every other flashings needed). 8 Side door does not even fit the gap, door is to large by 8mm using the supplied spacing component 9.Plate that went round key hole was broken as it was found loose in centre of garage door 10. Keys don't fit the lock 11 When did get 1 key, out off 6, to work locking bar not long enough.
everything came in good packaging but putting it together needs to be a lot clearer , there needs to be a video of how these are assembled as the plans are not the clearest to read, and i am a builder, overall a good product
Some Brackets are missing.Roller door 100mm to short.Flashing's on roof to short. Otherwise not a bad Garage.