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Workshop Shed 6.11m x 3.07m x 2.27m Rivergum

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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.

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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.

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

SPECIFICATIONS
Colour: Rivergum
External dimensions: 6.11m (W) x 3.27m (D) x 2.27m (H)
Footprint dimensions: 6.11m (W) x 3.07m (D)
Internal dimensions: 6.07m (W) x 3.03m (D) x 2.25m (H)
Wall height: 2.0m; Ridge height: 2.27m
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 0.73m (W) (per door, set of 2)
Carton Dimensions: Carton 1 - 2.26m (L) x 0.47m (W) x 0.465m (D) 290kg, Carton 2 - 2.23m (L) x 0.15m (W) x 0.17m (D) 53kg
Weight: 343kg

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.

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:
Is it possible to add windows
A:
We don't sell these with windows, however with some kiwi ingenuity you could possibly add them, however it is not something we can comment on.
By Trade Tested on July 18 2021
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Q:
Is there a clear light panel, for the roof, option available?
A:
No that's not an option.
By Trade Tested on June 07 2020
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Q:
Is there a door to drive a car in at 1 end cheers
A:
You can change the door positioning, check out - WORKSHOP GARAGE 3.07M X 6.11M X 2.37M for the other configuration.
By Trade Tested on January 13 2020
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Workshop Shed 6.11m x 3.07m x 2.27m Ironsand

Not for the faint hearted but very rewarding once finished! Agree with most of the reviews around the instructions being too vague and not enough detail. The video's are a MUST watch if you want to see much needed detail. Yes everything is mega flimsy during assembly but once assembled its extremely rigid and no way you could have it blow over in the wind. Main suggestion here is clamp a piece of wood the length of the wall to keep it rigid when standing up and during assembly until roof is on which it where the strength comes from. The main ridge beam is undersized so you wouldn't want to stand on the roof or you'd bend it even more. During assembly i propped it up with a piece of wood and at the very end i removed it and the roof sagged less than 20mm so not as bad as people making out. The frame is just plain weird...install it AFTER you assemble the 4 walls and ridge beam or you won't get it nice and flush and be able to screw the iron directly into the frame for extra strength. Concrete pad dimensions are vague... the iron supports are tiny like 20mm so you can't rely on these to sit on the edge of the concrete pad like you would a garage. Suggest going a little wider than interior dimensions so you don't rely on brackets to hold the weight of the walls. Rivet gun is terrible - use your own. Ran out of tek screws...needed to buy a pack of 50. Noticed how much easier it was to install them than the ones provided in the kit. Had get my own 4.1mm drill bit as the supplied one shattered after about 5 holes. I'd certainly buy another of these kits but you do need to put 30-40 hours into the install - would be quicker second time around of course.

Andrew Invercargill

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good and bad

Overall good value for money but there were some problems. The plans lacked detail, some components were the wrong dimensions and various bits and pieces didn't line up or were poorly made.

Chris Pakuranga

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Large shed

This is a great shed - for the money. It looks pretty good and I only have a couple of concerns. It was not easy to assemble - 2 people with fairly good skills took 2 days for this work, The ridge beam is definitely not strong enough for a 6m span. I’ve put a post in to compensate but then you have a post. Otherwise, it’s cheap, looks good, and is water tight.

Luddy Hamilton

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Reasonable shed for the money

The finished (as per instructions) shed seemed a little flimsy so I added a central wooden support post, and lined the walls and doors with ply which has made it feel a lot more solid. The paint is incredibly thin, and scratches easily, so will give it a coat or two of paint in the near future...

Chris Kerikeri

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It's no small feat...

If you’re not a VERY handy person, this is not for you. I had to do a bit of trimming with tin-snips and the instructions are vague. I replaced the bottom portal frame fixing brackets with thicker ones as the supplied ones are so flimsy that the steel posts are able to be pushed over by hand, bending the brackets. I probably spent several hundred dollars more on silicone sealants, fixing plates, bolts, anchor bolts and expanding foam. I poured a concrete slab with a rebate to keep water out. A very solid timber base may be OK, but the fixing screws supplied to hold it down are totally inadequate. The shed is sturdy if you replace the bottom plates and screw the wall cladding directly to the steel portal frame. You will need several tubes of silicone on the ridge beam or it won’t keep the water out as the supplied sealing/flashing tape is as good as packing tape. The hardest part is getting the steel portal frame in exactly the right place prior to standing the walls up against it. You will need several friends around to help stand the walls up, hold in place, and help overlap the corners when that day comes. There is no eve on the ends of the shed, only along the two sides, so I had to use expanding foam and silicone sealant to fill the gaps. The finished product is very sturdy and you don’t need to build a subframe inside the shed if you get the steel portals in the right place and fix them down to the slab properly with better brackets and bolts, as well as tek-screw the cladding directly to the steel frame. There are no dimensions for setting out the portal frame. It's a huge space when complete but what you save on initial outlay cost, you will pay for in sweat equity.

Jared Nelson

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