|Standard size price list||Optional extras*|
OSB | Boarded
|1.2m x 1.8m||£239||£65||£69||£63|
|1.2m x 2.4m||£275||£87||£98||£86|
|1.8m x 1.8m||£263||£97||£102||£94|
|1.8m x 2.4m||£287||£128||£136||£127|
|1.8m x 3.0m||£371||£161||£170||£154|
|2.4m x 3.0m||£467||£214||£227||£208|
|2.4m x 3.6m||£527||£257||£272||£248|
|Please ask for |
|Double doors: £85|
|All prices include VAT|
|*Options: OSB is 6mm, boarded floor is 10mm timber, felt roof is 14kg felt on 10mm timber boarded roof, windows are 305mm x 305mm styrene. Other options are available.|
WoodAll wood is not the same, and this 'economy range' shed is made from first grade, slow-grown Bulgarian spruce, which means that the wood is of the same high quality as many of our other timber buildings, and is less prone to shrinkage and dead knots.
RoofingThis range is supplied as standard with a polypropylene roof, but other roofing options are available, such as 14kg green mineral felt on 10mm timber boarded roof.
PanelsThe panels that make up the walls of the shed come in 300mm, 400mm, and 500mm modules to make up almost any size building you like, and making for easy transportation. The overlap of the boards is up to a generous 20mm, giving an average thickness of 16mm at the thickest point of overlap, making for a robust construction.
Apex roofed TS-500
FlooringThe TS-500 comes as standard with no floor, and is designed to sit directly onto a concrete or similar base, however, flooring options are available, such as 6mm OSB, or 10mm fully timber boarded floor.
Other optionsThe TS-500 sheds can be personalised to your requirements, with various options for roofing, flooring, size/shape, doors, windows, and more!
Pent roofed TS-500
Tree saverBy using short lengths of wood, we can greatly reduce the amount of offcuts and waste wood created during construction, which leads to savings in both costs, and trees. This allows our TS-500 shed to have the price of a cheap shed, without compromising on the quality of the wood.
Additionally, as these sheds are made from first-grade Bulgarian timber, they could last considerably longer than sheds made from fifth and sixth grade timber, which is the common practice in buildings available in the UK.