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The Glendale

Traditional building with Apex roof, functional and hard wearing, supplied with two large Georgian style timber windows & solid door with prices from £578.

The Glendale Apex is a classic style shed with 2" by 2" (planed all round) PAR studwork and our own joinery-made windows and door.  Internal eave height of 6' rising to 7' at the highest point. 

Hand-built in our own Essex workshops and constructed with slow-grown Scandanavian quality redwood timber. You can add your own personalisation to The Glendale by using a range of different preservatives, timber stain options or even paint finishes.

Full Description & Specification
6ft by 4ft £578.00
7ft by 5ft £710.00
6ft by 6ft £715.00
8ft by 6ft £853.00
10ft by 6ft £989.00
12ft by 6ft £1126.00
8ft by 8ft £1011.00
10ft by 8ft £1170.00
Shed Options
Extra Opening Window (same as others) 100 (per window)
Extra Vent Window 60 (per window)
Toughened Glass 6/ft linear
3.5" Height Extension (add 5% overall)
EPDM Rubber Roof 30/sq.m.
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These buildings are a great choice for use as a garden summerhouse or for beach huts, with plenty of internal light, The Glendale is a great place to spend some time in and is so much more than just a shed.

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.