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Mercia 7 x 7 Dip Treated Shiplap Corner Shed

SKU: SI-001-004-0127

Mercia 7 x 7 Dip Treated Shiplap Corner Shed

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Mercia 7 x 7 Dip Treated Shiplap Corner Shed

This Corner Summer House is great if you're looking to create a tranquil sheltered space in the garden. Once furnished, a summerhouse can be a wonderful place to relax with a good book and take in the outdoor ambiance.

Double door summerhouses provide a welcoming, easy access entrance. The doors act like additional windows allowing for natural daylight to illuminate the interior. Corner summerhouses have a similar design to pent rooflines where a sheet of wood slopes from the front to the rear of the building.

This helps rain water run off the roof easily while providing ample head height inside. The shiplap cladding is made using thick, 12mm tongue and groove boards that lock together and are then nailed to vertical internal framing. This tight seal cladding features a protective lip to help support your building during adverse weather. This design is suitable for those looking to spend a lot of time within the summerhouse.

This building is manufactured using dip-treated timber. Dip treatment is the process in which a water-based colorant is applied to the building for protection whilst in storage and transit. This is to help ensure the longevity of your garden building.

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Treatment Dip-Treated
Cladding 12mm Shiplap
Roof Material 12mm Tongue and Groove
Floor Material 12mm Tongue and Groove
Felt Green Mineral Felt
Width 2075
Depth 2075
Eaves Height 1910
Ridge Height 2006
Width (Internal) 1904
Depth (Internal) 1904
Eaves Height(Internal) 1849
Ridge Height (Internal) 1926
Number of Doors 2
Door Height 1625
Door Width 963
Lock PAD BOLT
Framing 28 x 28
Roof Type Flat
Floor Joist 28 x 28
Floor Joist Direction SIDE TO SIDE
Number of Opening Windows 0
Number of Fitted Windows 2
Total # Windows 2
Window Material Styrene
Modular Design Yes

DELIVERY

We offer a fast, free, and reliable home delivery service with every order to most UK postcodes. Our friendly and punctual delivery drivers will deliver your building within 7 - 10 working days of purchase at the front of your property.

All of our products are delivered flat packed, to ensure it is easy for you to move the product from the delivery location to the building site. On the day of delivery, you'll be given a two-hour delivery slot and our driver will keep in contact with you, so you can make the most of your day.

INSTALLATION SERVICE

Sit back and let us do the hard work! Our installation service is designed to not only save you valuable time but also take the work of moving and constructing the building off your shoulders. Our fully trained, expert fitters work professionally and carefully to ensure that your new garden building is constructed safely and to the highest industry standards.

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The durable, robust nature of our Champion Workshops is further enhanced by the free pressure treatment that is applied across the range. Preservative is been forced into the timber at high pressure, increasing longevity and removing the need for annual re-treatment. The improved longevity is reflected by a brilliant 15-year guarantee against rot and fungal decay.

  • Vacuum

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Flooded

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Pressure

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Vacuum

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.

  • Dry

    Timber is loaded into chamber and a vacuum empties timber cells of air.