Always short on space? Then this awesome Nordic style 10m² shed is your ticket to garden shed nirvana.
Combining the effortless good looks of a traditional wooden shed with plenty of space and quality craftsmanship, you might be tempted to move in permanently.
Crafted from renewable high-quality Nordic kiln-dried spruce, this traditional apex roof shed features double doors at the front and a single side door. Twin plexiglass side windows create a light airy space, perfect for getting stuck into your next DIY experiment. The included internal dividing wall gives you the option of creating two separate spaces, or leaving it as one large open work space. Equally good as a hideaway for some peace and quiet at the bottom of the garden, or as working shed for storage and projects, it is a tough but stylish addition to any Kiwi backyard.
With pre-assembled walls, tongue and groove floor and roof, plus comprehensive instructions, assembly is easier than you might expect, while the shed is delivered untreated and unfinished, so you can choose the stain or colour that fits best with your backyard.
A 5 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty means you know it’s going to be a standout feature of your garden for many years to come.
Order today to discover the style, craftsmanship and practicality of a traditional Nordic timber shed.
• Our largest wooden shed with 10m² of floor space
• Traditional Nordic apex roof shed with double front doors and single side door
• Renewable kiln-dried Nordic spruce
• Delivered unfinished – choose your own colour or finish
• Twin plexiglass side windows
• Tongue and groove flooring and roof for a quality finish
• Roofing asphalt included
• Pre-assembled wall elements
• Foundation joists included
• 5 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Dimensions: W 2.73m x D 3.7m x H 1.9
Floor area: 10m²
Ridge height: 220cm
Eaves height: 190cm
Wall thickness: 1.6cm
Window size: H 44cm x W 44cm
Door panel size: H 186.5cm x W 70cm x D 4.8cm
Packaged size: L 190cm x W 120cm x H 100cm
Construction Points: Your chosen site must be levelled and compacted to minimise ‘settling’. Where possible the shed should be built on a concrete base or pavers or on traditional pile foundations.
If the shed is to be built straight on to the ground, replace the bearers with H4 grade timber equivalents big enough to provide 50mm or more of clearance between the floor and the ground. Once the site is level and clear, cover it with polyurethane to protect from rising damp and moisture.
Before assembly, the underside of the floor and the joists should be painted thoroughly with a premium house paint or a colourless wood impregnation agent.
Great value timber shed!
18 days ago
Great value for money timber shed. Assembly is easy though labour intensive (lots of T&G), just make sure you're working with a decent foundation.. I built a simple framework up on piles and put the shed on top, which works well and keeps everything bone dry. A couple of cautions though: first the roofing material is a textured paper which tears easily and isn't fantastic. It also can't be installed as the instructions state.. you actually need four lengths not three because as supplied it's just not wide enough. Fortunately you do get enough material but I'm going to overlay mine with galv. Also, this timber is as soft as butter which while easy to work with does need to be preserved so make sure you stain or oil the whole thing. On the joists and underside of the T&G floor I also used a double coat of Creostain. All in all though a great product at a great price and excellent service from TT!