Feedback: Very helpful and friendly service. Very pleased with the shed and the delivery/assembly service.
Response: Thanks for your feedback. Being a family business we do tend to try harder to be helpful. The Platinum sheds are really good and are a pleasure for us to sell. Regards, Robin
Moving home is one of the most stressful things to do and garden sheds are normally not easy to move, however, a couple in Staffordshire, north west England, came home from their travels abroad to find that their precious garden shed had been stolen.
The couple, Phil and Linzi Wood, who had moved to Lanzarote, one of the Canary Islands, received a shock from Phil's mother, based in the UK, after she had visited to make sure everything was OK.
Sadly she had to report that everything from the garden shed to the garden rockery and EVEN the path had been removed and eerily had been seen in the next doors garden.
Timber and Wooden Garden Workshops The 40th year old neighbour, Brian Johnson - not the cricketing Brian Johnson, had bought everything for £220 without knowing where it had come from. I'm not the nosiest of people but even I would have a rough idea what was in my neighbours garden.
Linzi went to visit Mr Johnson and she said that most of what she said to him was unrepeatable - she was screaming to herself 'it's mine, it's mine'. Mr Johnson was very apologetic and promised that he would put everything back, but has not. He would not even answer the door. Staffordshire Police have confirmed they would be investigating this alleged theft which seems a very unusual one. It's never been reported in Fareham Hampshire to my knowledge.
Safegardening.co.uk recommends that people should lock their garden sheds and garages with padlocks, but even with those it's not likely to stop people stealing the rockery or path.