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The Plant House

The Plant House is a lovely timber building for potting and growing flora. They make great potting sheds to sit alongside greenhouses and proudly are our own unique design.

It comes with toughened glass front windows and went window on side, also build with 2’’ x 2’’ PAR (planed all round) studwork. Just to suit your needs, the door can be fitted in the left or right end – the door is a split stable-door type opening, but we also offer a solid single door option at no extra charge. The Plat House is supplied and fitted with two potting shelves as standard. The fascias and the window box finish are straight.

The Plant House, as well as all our buildings, is hand-build in our own Essex workshops, screwed together and constructed with slow-grown Scandinavian high-quality redwood timber.

Please note: Our garden buildings are delivered and assembled untreated as standard, unless specified at the point of order. Painted units in solid colour are for display purposes only.

Full Description & Specification
12ft x 8ft £2531.00
10ft x 8ft £2229.00
8ft x 8ft £1926.00
12ft x 6ft £2091.00
10ft x 6ft £1839.00
8ft x 6ft £1556.00
6ft x 6ft £1307.00
7ft x 5ft £1296.00
Shed Options
Vent Window in Rear 120 per window
EPDM (Rubber) Roof 40/sq.m.
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Specifications

DELIVERY

Normally we deliver free to an approximate 50 mile radius from our factory which has an SS11 8YB postcode. Deliveries beyond that may be possible depending on scheduling and may incur a surcharge. For larger buildings like our Superlog Cabins we will travel much further so please telephone for guidance.

PROVIDING A CORRECT BASE FOR A TIMBER BUILDING

Our timber buildings need a concrete base due to the weight of timber construction. The base should be solid, flat and the same size as the ordered building size (above). All of our units are sold as agricultural or storage portable buildings and not suitable as residential dwellings. If located in exposed locations, customers should consider using ground anchors or use over-shed steel bonds to secure their building against strong winds.