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Workshop Garage 3.07m x 6.11m x 2.37m Rivergum

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Product overview

Whether you’re after a home for your toys or a big new room on your section, make it happen with this spacious workshop from Trade Tested.

With a massive 19m² of floor space, you’ve got plenty of room to do what you want. Side access is great for maximum storage, set up a home gym or just store away bikes, lawnmowers or whatever else is cluttering up the house.

If you need the space, Trade Tested will make it happen fast. It’s in stock and available for pick up or speedy next day dispatch.

Made from high-grade, galvanised steel, it comes with a 12 year warranty. The shed has hinged double doors and a single side door that can be installed on either side. All doors are lockable and secure.

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.

• Secure hinged double doors
• Rear access door
• Strong panel walls: Double pressed 0.4mm galvanised steel
• Rust-resistant design
• 12 Year No-rust Warranty

Colour: Rivergum
External dimensions (including roof overhang): 3.27m (W) x 6.11m (D) x 2.37m (H)
Footprint dimensions: 3.07m (W) x 6.11m (D)
Internal dimensions: 3.03m (W) x 6.07m (D) x 2.35m (H)
Wall height: 2.0m; Ridge height: 2.37m
Large footprint: 19m²
Rigid bracing: 4cm x 6cm, 1mm thick galvanised steel box frame tubing
Rear side door size: 1.95m (H) x 0.73m (W) (1 door)
Main door size: 1.95m (H) x 1.11m (W) (per door, set of 2)
Carton Dimensions: Carton 1 - 2.06m (L) x 0.47m (W) x 0.465m (D) 289kg, Carton 2 - 2.27m (L) x 0.18m (W) x 0.15m (D) 57kg
Weight: 346kg

Trade Tested recommends installation on a concrete slab to provide the strongest possible base. 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.

As this garage is over 10m², consent is most likely required by your local council. Specifications and diagrams are included with this cabin, 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 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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Can we help?

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.

0800 800 880

Questions and answers

4 votes
Does this come with a floor? Also, can you get windows for it?
We do not supply a flooring kit for these, they are best suited to being mounted on a concrete slab foundation. You could install any windows you like to this Garage, but sorry we do not supply them.
By Trade Tested on November 13 2018
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Are you getting this in any other colour?
We do this is rivergum and ironsand (black).
By Trade Tested on September 05 2021
0 votes
can the doors be changed to other wall
Yes they can.
By Trade Tested on August 27 2021

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Assembly nightmare

Good product but it was a nightmare to assemble

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

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Garage Sanson

Sound product but inaccuracies in the instructions. Some small parts missing.

David Sanson
No, I do not recommend this product.

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Looks good

I found the shed to be good value for money. I put it on a concrete pad which is important and it took 2 people 11 hours to complete. Very happy and have ended up with a shed a fraction of the cost of a traditional shed.

Rob Kerokeri

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Workshop Garage

Good Quality especially for the price. Need at least one other person to help build. Light and relatively fast just a bit flimsy erecting the walls.

JM Waikato

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My New Train Shed

The packages are large and very heavy when delivered so make sure you get them placed near where the build is going to take place. A check confirmed that all the items were included in the delivery. Assembly instructions are good and I recommend that you view the You Tube videos as they provide plenty of extra information. Assembling the side walls flat was easy but very difficult to get vertical unless you have plenty of help - I didn't, so found it easier to make up the 6m side walls as four separate panels and then erect the first one and brace it vertically. The next panel was clipped into the first and braced. This process was followed until the side panel was complete. I also located the side door in the back panel which required the purchasing of 25x20mm aluminium angle to brace two panels in the one side wall. The same process was used for the front and back panels. Each half of the front and back panels were assembled and attached to the relevant side wall then joined in the centre. Once the four walls were up and braced, the rest would be like putting together a Meccano set. A few points to consider: 1) You need at least two power drivers with spare battery packs, one for Tek screws and one for drilling. 2) The Tek screws create a lot of fine metal particles which rust when coming into contact with water so make sure that you remove them from the bottom and top tracks of the walls. 3) I found it easier to drill a small hole before using the Tek screws 4) Make some timber brackets to fit over the top of the walls at the panel joints as this prevents the panels from buckling when vertical as well as providing a bracing point. They should also be used to hold the top corners square until the roof is put on. 5) This is not a one day job unless you have a team of 5+ people

David Auckland
Value for $$

I installed this product on a concrete slab added a few more rivets and stiffener in the centre roof support. Only downside to installing was the plans and the small panels. Good value for the money.

No fuss Auckland

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No good for NZ conditions

Hard to put up as instructions not clear enough. Not strong enough enough, and channeling at base simply funnels water inside the shed. Worst of all, it started to rust days after it was put up. I don't expect it to last more than a few years. Maybe great for Oz where it's drier, but not here.

Avoid Wellington
No, I do not recommend this product.

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Sorry TT but terrible quality....suggest you try doing one inhouse! trying to put up cladding first then install the frame after as per instructions was a waste of time - whole thing was Impossible to do, ended up making my own timber frame, roof and frames for doors...basically I paid for thin flimsy cladding with even thinner powdercoating!

Leighton B Auckland
No, I do not recommend this product.

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Great Site

Garage is perfect and easy to assemble

Dion Marton

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Value For Money Work Shed

If you’re prepared for a few cuts to the hands and a few days of graft this is well worth it. You can easily pay so much more elsewhere. I had to improvise a little and add better locks but overall very happy. Goes without saying though a good solid base is essential.

Everest Kapiti Coast

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