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Garden Shed 3.07m x 3.07m x 2.17m Ironsand

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This is one of the most popular models of sheds in the country. At 9.4m², you’ve got plenty of room do what you want in this great mid-range shed. Make stuff, work on projects, set up a weights room, or just deal with storage overflow. It’s a sweet-looking shed that’ll keep your stuff secure and add style to any section.

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Product overview

This is one of the most popular models of sheds in the country. At 9.4m², you’ve got plenty of room do what you want in this great mid-range shed. Make stuff, work on projects, set up a weights room, or just deal with storage overflow. It’s a sweet-looking shed that’ll keep your stuff secure and add style to any section.

Durable and attractive, this shed is made from double pressed, high-grade, galvanised steel. It’s sturdy, won’t warp or lose its shape, and it comes with a 12 year no-rust warranty. This shed features double hinged doors for easy assembly, better reliability, and extra light. The doors have a handy lockable latch for security.

This shed offers a versatility that’s hard to beat for mid-sized sections.

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

SPECIFICATIONS
Colour: Ironsand
External dimensions (including roof overhang): 3.27m (W) x 3.07m (D) x 2.17m (H)
Footprint dimensions: 3.07m (W) x 3.07m (D)
Internal dimensions: 3.03m (W) x 3.03m (D) x 2.15m (H)
Back wall: 1.8m (H); Front wall: 1.8m (H)
Door size: 1.75m (H) x 0.73m (W)
Carton Dimensions: 1.86m (L) x 0.47m (W) x 0.34m (D)
Carton weight: 145kg

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.

Please check with your council regarding any required permits or consents.

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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Questions and answers

1 vote
Q:
What tools are required to assemble this eg: a rivet gun??
A:
Recommended tools required for assembly are, drill/driver, philips screwdriver, gardening or work gloves, step ladder and a tape measure. The kit comes with a rivet gun.
By Trade Tested on June 21 2021
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Q:
How large is the pack the shed is delivered in?
A:
The carton dimensions are 1.86m (L) x 0.47m (W) x 0.34m (D) and the weight is 145kg.
By Trade Tested on July 05 2021
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Q:
We are looking at this shed. We have a smaller similar one, and notice that because of the iron siding stepping in and out, that a floor can't go flush without gaps which let in tiny rodents. What are your suggestions to make the flooring meet the shed without any gaps?
A:
We suggest you start with a rebated concrete pad, or one of our wooden floor kits, also rebated. Our shed design features wall channels top and bottom that the side panels slide into, this allows them to sit flush on the ground (assuming everything else is level/built correctly) - realistically however, if you have a proper rodent problem then even the most level shed wouldn't keep them out - there are always a small door gap etc. You will probably need to take other measures.
By Trade Tested on November 18 2019
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Good shed

Easy to assemble, make sure you make a flat base before building shed. Also, either build a false floor on top of base or use loads of sealant. Rain will definitely get in otherwise. All in all a good shed for the price

Ad Levin
OK Cheap Shed

Built this for friends, hubby helped, both wives needed to help get the walls up, took 13 hours in all. The floor was already down as per instructions and the boarded area was too small for the finished walls. The shed instructions and videos do not match the floor instructions, the bottom corner braces are designed for a full width flat floor but the floor info says leave a 1 inch gap all round so the walls land on the joists. that means the corner braces have to slide under the floor boards, which had been nailed down! A pry bar, hammer and hacksaw later and the walls were up. The clamps provide to fix the walls to the floor are for mounting on a flat floor rather than with the floor inside the walls, they just work if turned upside down. I printed out A4 size instructions from the PDF on the website as the A5 pamphlet supplied was too small for my old eyes. Instructions a bit lacking in detail and some of the translation was dodgy "screw rivet" insult or instruction? The drill bit and rivet gun provided are useless as expected so I used my own. Tek screws were the bluntest I'd ever used, half of then ground rather that cut through the flimsy sheet. Once the ridge is on the wives could depart but braces are needed for the flimsy side walls until the roof is screwed on. To fix the middle of the roof ridges I had to use a timber prop under the ridge and crawl over the ridge trying not to dent the roof panels. Luckily I'm a pretty agile 90kg 61 yr old, a young apprentice would've been handy! One small dent and all was good. The "weather strip" way too short and useless. Channels at the roof lower edge and wall bottoms have virtually no drainage so that has to be added. Waiting to see if the Tek screw washers keep the rain out, I was very careful not to over-tighten them. Once all up and the bracing on with three rivets along each wall corner join and it is surprisingly rigid. If you can put it up yourself it's value for money, I'd add a wooden frame though.

Brian Tauranga
Garden shed

Great purchase which was desperately needed to be able to empty a previously flood damaged garage in the Westport floods. It has a huge amount of space with the ability to alter the doorway and is perfect for what we need.

Happy Westport
Garden shed

Overall a good shed for the price. Took 2 days to put together with 2 of us.Had 2 problem's 1:the weather proof tape for the gable was short by 1meter lucky we had some similar.2:how are you supposed to screw the roof tiles(V155) without getting on the roof lucky I only weight 50kg so on I hop to get the middle screws. Read the manual 3 or 4 times before you start each time you pick up something different.we used silicon to weather proof seals and around the insides between the bottom channel and concrete slab then drill holes in the bottom channel on the outside as these are water traps.no leaks so far

Tracey Wanganui

Shared from: Garden Shed 3.07m x 3.07m x 2.17m Rivergum

Big enough but difficult to assemble.

Assembly wasn't easy. But the shed is decent quality, looks great and is very spacious.

LF Waikato