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Harts Timber Sheds offer free assembly on all orders. This convenient service allows customers to have a finished product delivered straight to their garden, without having to worry about assembling it themselves.
Shed bearers | Pressure Treated
Wooden Shed bearers are used under garden sheds.
Bearers will help protect the floor and lower part of your shed. The bearers are cut from 34mm x 34mm pressure-treated timber frame. Timber shed bearers are compatible with both Apex and Pent Sheds. The bearers are designed to ensure the garden shed is raised off the ground providing airflow under the floor of the building.
This helps prevent rising damp attacking the timbers in the wooden floor and lower part of the shed.
A garden shed will have a longer life when it is assembled on garden shed bearers.
Fully pressure treated these timber bearers provide excellent protection against dampness and rot.
We advise and encourage our customers to buy pressure-treated wooden bearers.
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Measure the area to ensure your garden shed will fit. We offer a large variety of wooden garden sheds in many different sizes to suit your requirements. The traditional apex shed is very popular however, the pent-roof garden shed gives you more wall space for extra shelving. Browse our website to get inspired. If you would like us to make a garden shed that is not listed, please: Contact us. When you are choosing a garden shed, your key considerations should be: Garden shed size Which roof type Door position Window options
A single shed door is fitted as standard to all our sheds which can be hinged on the left or the right. Other options available at an extra cost are wider doors and double doors. Single doors are 30ʺ (762cm) wide. Wider doors are available with a maximum width of 36′′ (914cm) Double doors Contact us if this option is required
All the garden sheds we make have one or two windows depending on the size of the garden shed ordered. Extra windows can be added at little cost. As an alternative, our sheds can be fitted with security windows which are smaller in size. They can also be made without windows. The standard window size is 24ʺ x 18ʺ (610cm x 458cm)
Will I need a pressure treated timber bearers?
Shed bearers (recommended) are used under your shed to protect the floor and lower part of the shed. Timber bearers will support your shed and all the contents of the shed. Pressure-treated timber is used to ensure the bearers will last you for many years protecting them from rot and insect attack. Bearers can be used on a level area made from concrete, paving flags, stone chippings, etc. If you are unsure please check with us.
Every garden shed will be treated free externally with a solvent base timber preservative. From customer feedback, we have kept the colour a light golden brown so each customer can apply a further coating of timber preservative onto their shed with a colour of their choice. It is important to treat your garden shed with the correct timber preservative once the shed has been installed. Timber preservative. Please read the tin to ensure that the preservative you buy is for exterior planed timber
What is an anti-cupping tongue & groove board and why we use it?
The timber used for this for this type of board is typically taken from a higher grade of timber. During machining, grooves are cut on the underside of the timber board, which helps the timber board from becoming cupped across the grain, so it stays flat. These boards feature an expansion gap to minimise warping and compensate for heat and moisture. Our long-term relationship with Scandinavian timber mills enables us to use this type of board in our garden buildings.
Why is this a.c.t.g. board better than other boards used in the manufacturer of garden sheds?
Ship-Lap tongue and groove (widely used in construction of garden sheds) Less expensive to buy and normally available in a finished size of 10cm and 12cm thick 1st Grade or sometimes referred to as A grade timber is not machined in this timber profile. The majority of shiplap used in garden shed manufacturing in the UK is a 5ths and better with some companies using a 6ths and better grade. Shiplap does not have the same properties as mentioned above