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Workshop Shed 3.07m x 4.59m x 2.17m Ironsand

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Got stuff you need to do? Well this shed’s got the space for you to do it in. Put a workbench in here and get started on your projects. Take everything that needs storing and this shed’s got the space to store it. Make it a workshop, an exercise area, a man cave, or any combination you want. Simple as that.

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Got stuff you need to do? Well this shed’s got the space for you to do it in. Put a workbench in here and get started on your projects. Take everything that needs storing and this shed’s got the space to store it. Make it a workshop, an exercise area, a man cave, or any combination you want. Simple as that.

This tough shed is made from high-grade, galvanised steel and will keep its shape throughout the years. It’s got a 12 year no-rust warranty to prove it. The shed has front double doors to maximise ease of access, and a single back door that can be installed on either side. All doors have latches that can be securely locked.

We know our sheds. This one’s a winner.

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.

• Hinged double doors with lockable latch
• Rear access door
• Hot-dipped, 0.32mm galvanised steel
• 12 Year No-rust Warranty

Colour: Ironsand
External dimensions (including roof overhang): 3.27m (W) x 4.59m (D) x 2.17m (H)
Footprint dimensions: 3.07m (W) x 4.59m (D)
Internal dimensions: 3.03m (W) x 4.55m (D) x 2.15m (H)
Back wall: 1.8m (H); Front wall: 1.8m (H)
Rear side door size: 1.75m (H) x 0.73m (W) (1 door)
Main door size: 1.75m (H) x 0.73m (W) (2 doors)
Carton Dimensions: Carton 1 - 1.95m (L) x 0.47m (W) x 0.355m (D) 171kg, Carton 2 - 1.78m (L) x 0.135m (W) x 0.13m (D) 30kg
Weight: 201kg

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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0800 800 880

Questions and answers

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Is it possible to place 2 of these back to back, removing the back walls to make a 6.14m x 4.59m shed (under the 30sqm rule)?
We've never had any feedback of this being done, we don't see why not? let us know if you decide to do it.
By Trade Tested on September 30 2021
-2 votes
Can you get sliding doors instead of hinged?
The shed only comes with hinged doors but you might be able to DIY some sliding doors.
By Trade Tested on July 14 2021
1 vote
Is this shed need to assemble with nuts n bolts or with riveting?
You have the option to use tek-screw or rivets for most the the shed (some parts like the doors need to be riveted). The shed is supplied with both options (and a rivet gun).
By Trade Tested on March 25 2020
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Big shed

Get friends. Lots of friends. Flimsy until the ridge beam and supports went in. Highly recommend buying a box of high quality tex screws as the factory ones are not great. Instructions are a bit lackluster

Mitch Rotorua
Good quality

Easy to assemble and sturdy construction.

Kumar Hamilton
Workshop shed

Value for money is pretty good. I found it to have a lot of minor defects as in scratches, marks and dents in the color steel. The instructions are quite vague and hard to follow but I'm quite happy with the end result, going to frame it out on the inside to give it more strength but I was planning to do that anyway. (If you look at the picture I still have to finish the double doors)

Phantom Hamilton

Shared from: Workshop Shed 3.07m x 4.59m x 2.17m Rivergum

Shed finally finished

Shed was build on a trade tested wooden floor between level 3 lock downs.What a job! Background. Built by two retirees with a lot of experience with house extensions, decking s, fences kitchen rebuilds and car overhauls both individually and as a team. Build time excluding floor 50 man hours, plus 2 hrs with two extras while putting up walls. Assembly instructions are not very clear and even used in conjunction with assembly videos, still leaves some head scratching. TAKE YOUR TIME. 1. Check overall length of assembled U155 channels is correct before inserting W180 wall panels as because the construction is so lite the panels creep as you assemble them. 2 Assembled walls are very fragile when you stand them up. even with 3 holding and one assembling corners an other person would have been helpful. DO NOT Try it if it is windy, there is a chance you could wreck the walls. 3 If using a wooden floor DO NOT nail the floor at the corners before putting up the walls as the Corner Anchors will need to fit between the floor bearers and the floor. NOT in instructions GRR. 3 There is not enough waterproof tape supplied for assembling F153 and B153 . There was only enough to do 3 sections not the 4. 4. When assembling the roof Ridge beam C115,C153.C190. DO NOT use standard engineering practice of over lapping joins although the pre drilled holes line up . These must be butt joined or the assembled beam is too short, not good when you realize this when you have it secured in place. 5. WARNING if using a wooden floor. These sheds are designed to sit on a concrete floor and therefore as the wooden floor sits inside the shed and the walls sit on the bearers the center support X155 and X176 sit 19MM too high and the roof panels wont sit flat on the top wall rails in the center of the shed. This is NOT in the shed or floor instructions . You must cut 19MM off the bottom of X155 or like us, will have to dissemble this part and redo.GRR 6. Watch for creep when fitting the roof panels so that they don't extend over the end of the shed. I would recommend using silicone sealer where the panels attach to the center beam as extra water proofing. 7 Although instruction say not to put weight in the roof, there is no way to secure V155 roof tiles(ridge cap) with out getting on the roof unless you have extendable arms. We used a Jack under the beam and a piece of particle board flooring long enough to go from the center beam out to past the outer walls, by doing this you can get onto the roof without distorting anything. 8 We assembled the shed with both doors on the long side of the shed, took a bit of aligning the ML180 and MR180 door frames, but not a problem if you take it slowly and check the door clearances before final attachment. 9. With doors all fitted up ,found that they were under tension when closed, realized that the rivets for the hinges should be countersunk(not supplied) and that caused the hinges not to fully close. Will need to find some and replace them when we get out of lock down again. Final comments,If you haven't had DIY experience, don't try assembling a shed this size. Now its all finished the shed is very strong, Was not that difficult to rearrange the door positions and overall a good product at a good price. I hope the comments help other not to have the problems we had. Last shed I bought was fully assembled might be an easier way to go.

Oldguy Hamilton
Workshop Shed 3.07m x 4.59m x 2.17m Ironsand

Would have been better off spending this much money and building our own. It’s cheap and flimsy and if I could send it back I would. That coming from someone who loves kits sets and renovations.

Shannon Bay of Plenty
No, I do not recommend this product.