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Mercia 10 X 6 Ft Pressure Treated Shiplap Apex Shed

Product code: 9000192463
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Made in the UK using high quality ethically sourced FSC® certified timber, The 10 x 6ft Pressure Treated Shiplap Apex Shed by Mercia boasts a huge interior space and 4 fixed styrene windows. The walls of this garden building are made using superior horizontal interlocking tongue and groove boards with a shiplap profile. The roof and floor are made with solid sheet board. Pressure treated buildings benefit from an anti-rot and Manufacturers guarantee.* *Conditions Apply
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Product details
  • Depth: 3120 mm
  • Height: 2070 mm
  • Width: 1790 mm
  • Size Imperial: 10 ft x 6 ft
  • Material: Mixed species softwood
  • Construction: Shiplap
  • Colour: Natural
  • Finish: Unpainted
  • Treatment: Dip treated
  • Number of Windows: 4
  • Glazing Type: Styrene glazed
  • Roof Shape: Apex
  • Roof Protection: Felt
  • Number of Doors: 2
  • Certifications Met: FSC® Certified
  • Type: Timber shed
  • Brand Name: Mercia
Features & benefits
  • Shiplap cladding are interlocking tongue and groove boards that feature an additional protective lip and lock together to form a strong, weatherproof and premium panel
  • This garden building uses planed timber in the floor joists to provide a sturdy support on your base
  • This product was manufactured in the UK. By purchasing this product you are supporting British manufacturing, and ensuring use of ethically sourced wood
  • The large apex roof helps with water runoff whilst allowing for ample headroom to tackle even the largest garden items with ease
  • This product carries the 15 year Anti-rot guarantee as long as the garden building is well maintained
  • Full instructions, roof felt and fixings supplied
  • Window panel can be fitted to either side upon assembly
  • Traditional apex design that looks great in any garden
  • Pressure treatment is different to externally applied preservatives and top coat treatments. Chemicals are impregnated into the fibres of the wood under pressure. By fixing chemicals into the wood, pressure treating offers premium protection against insect attack, chemical attack and natural decay
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