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Platinum Junior & Super Apex & Pent Sheds - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting in Maidenham Berks
Platinum Junior & Super Apex & Pent Sheds - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting in Maidenham Berks

Wooden Sheds. Bespoke Sizes to Suit YOU!
Platinum Junior Apex Heavy Duty Large Tool Shed for your home




Platinum Apex Shed Features
  • Sizes from 6x4 to 12x10 Wooden Workshops
  • Timber and Onduline with 15 Years Design Life
  • Redwood T&G Timber (not cheap whitewood)
  • T&G Roof Boards with Onduline Roofs on Top
  • Sturdy 12mm Heavy Duty T&G Floors
  • FREE Fitting on these Garden Workshops
  • Pressure Treated Solid T&G Walls & Floor
  • Superb 3ft Door With Lock & Key.
  • Toughened Glass- NOT cheap horticultural
  • 44 x 34mm (Finished Size) Framework
  • Timber Workshops Eaves Height of 1.8m.
  • All Sizes and Fully Bespoke Workshops Made
  • 38mm Galvanised Nails Used on This Workshop.
  • Wooden Workshops on Display for Viewing
  • Garden Workshops Screwed Together from Inside
  • Max Height up to 2.4m (Overall for Planning)
  • Lining & Insulation Option for All Year Round Use
  • Wooden Sheds Timber Subframes Built


Mrs T of Rayleigh Essex. Platinum 8x6 Junior Apex Wooden Shed - ★★★★★ Star Review

Feedback: Good, well made product, which I am very happy with. I am very happy with the shed - the corrugated roof will last well and its a great choice.

Response: Thanks for your valuable notes on your Platinum 8x6 Junior garden shed which we delivered to Rayleigh recently. I'm pleased that we arrived on time and did an efficient job for you. The Onduline roof is particularly good on our building as this goes on top of batons which are affixed onto a proper T& G roof. UNLIKE many of our competitors who only put this on top of OSB boards which is not good in the long run. Regards, Robin.



Platinum Apex Junior Timber Workshop. ALL TIMBER Garden Building. 2x2 (nominal) framing - Redwood Deal T+G Shiplap or Loglap. Includes VAT, TOUGHENED Glass, wooden floor, delivery** and FREE Assembly.
Platinum Apex Junior Timber Workshop. ALL TIMBER Garden Building. 2x2 (nominal) framing - Redwood Deal T+G Shiplap or Loglap. Includes VAT, TOUGHENED Glass, wooden floor, delivery** and FREE Assembly.


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Woking, Surrey Display Site
ALL Wooden Sheds Can be Insulated



Platinum Pressure Treated Outdoor Storage Sheds for Sale
Platinum Pressure Treated Outdoor Storage Sheds for Sale
Platinum Traditional Wooden Sheds
Platinum Traditional Wooden Garden Shed
Be Amazed. View at Guildford
Sizes from 8x6 to 16x8
Rugged Traditional Workshop
Onduline Roof. Lined Inside.

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Platinum Junior Transverse Apex Wooden Sheds
Platinum Junior Transverse Apex Workshop
On View at Guildford
Sizes from 4x6 to 8x12
Fully Pressure Treated
Toughened Glass

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Platinum Junior Apex Wooden Sheds
Platinum Junior Apex Workshop
FREE Assembly Included
Sizes 6x4 to 12x8 or ANY Size
Fully Pressure Treated
Toughened Glass

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Platinum Junior Pent Wooden Sheds
Platinum Junior Pent Workshop
Tanalised Treated
Any Size Made from 6x4 to 12x8
On Display for Viewing
Free Erection

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Platinum Wooden Solar Potting Sheds
Platinum Solar Potting Shed
Opening Window
Sizes from 7x5 to 8x8
Toughened Glass
Erected Free of Charge

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Platinum Sunstore Potting Sheds
Platinum SunStore Solar Potting Shed
Display Site at Guildford
Sizes from 7x5 to 10x8
Modern Sun Room Design
Pressure Treated Timber

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Get Rid of Wasps Once and For All from your Garden Shed (From Our Blogs)
Get Rid of Wasps Once and For All from your Garden Shed (From Our Blogs)

Spring is the time of year when we look forward to opening the garden shed up and delight (??) in getting the garden tools, the lawnmower and other garden tools ready for the warmer days coming. As well as that the garden table and chairs are also given a once over ready for those lovely barbecues which hopefully won't be far away. It's the time of year for optimism, normally, as we have a long time before winter come around and the garden shed is left to its own devices again.

The joys of spring are the green shoots on the plants, the greenness coming to the lawn, although the water shortage and hose pipe ban won't help this. What you can do is to utilise your garden shed to help collect the little rain we do get. All you need is some gutters and downpipes and a few angles from your local B&Q, Wickes or Home base and then screw these to your garden shed. With the addition of a water barrel, normally situated at the end of the shed or around the back of the garden shed you can collect the rain and then use it for watering your plants or vegetables. A very practical and additional use for the wonderful well loved shed.

The downside of the warmer weather is the return of the flying nasty insects which can include flies, dragon flies, may bugs, ants, ladybirds, bees and wasps. Considering there are nearly a millions different species of insects we probably don't do too bad. Out of these the ones I dislike the most is the wasp which reminds me of a bad tempered traffic warden, or me when Grimsby Town lose, and I can't see their purpose in life. Normally insects are part of the food chain but I can't imagine that anything would want to eat a wasp when they may get stung on the inside.

The garden shed does tend to be home to many nests for these insects so it makes sense to check your shed out to ensure it's free from them. If you do find any in your shed, normally under the eaves or in a dry corner, then I think it's best to get an expert to tackle these nests and remove so your shed is clear for use again. Provided you don't leave it too late in the Spring you can be lucky and have a wasp free shed.

As I say we are reasonably lucky that the insect population is not too bad however over in New Zealand residents were being told to be wary about an explosion of wasps in their garden sheds and their gardens. Norman Kerr, a pest exterminator, said that his company was having trouble keeping up with the demand for garden sheds to be de-wasped as more and more people had been opening up their garden sheds and finding them infected with wasps. Garden compost heaps and leaf matter were also overrun with these insects. At one stage he was receiving 200 calls per day.

>Even worse, Mr Kerr said, was a couple who found their bedroom had been taken over by hundreds of wasps after a large wasp nest in their roof cracked the ceiling. It's bad enough in the garden or the shed but indoors - in your bedroom - that's a truly horrific experience. The reason for this explosion was the mild winter, just like we have had, and that a large number of queen wasps have survived in the dry, cosy garden sheds, and this is one possible reason for this explosion of nasties.

The wasp is, by nature, more aggressive that the bee and has a multi sting capacity that allows it to sting its victim more than once. If stung then a cold compress should be applied to the stings or antihistamine cream or hydrocortisone cream applied to the affected areas and this will help to reduce the swelling and possible pain. Surely this is a good enough reason to ensure that these wasps are evicted from your garden shed before they have an opportunity to expand their numbers.




Woking Garden Buildings Display Site Sutton Green Garden Centre,
Whitmoor Ln, Sutton Green,
Guildford, Surrey. UK. GU4 7QA

Phone 0333 800 8880
Our display site is normally manned and open for viewing 9.00am to 5.00pm every day

The garden centre is visible from A320 main road between Woking and Guildford.

Currently on display at Sutton Green:
are Platinum & Diamond Timber Buildings, Trentan Cabins, SafeStore, Lidget Garages & Secure storage concrete sheds.
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Farnham Garden Buildings Display Site Squires Garden Centre,
Badshot Lea Road, Badshot Lea,
Farnham, Surrey. UK. GU9 9JX
Phone 01252 311085
Our display site is normally manned and open for viewing 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Saturday & 10.30am to 4.30pm on Sundays.

The garden centre is visible from B3208 road between Farnham and Aldershot.

Currently on display at Badshot Lea: are Platinum & Diamond Timber Buildings, Trentan Garden Cabins and Lidget Garages. Please see this page for a full list.




Phone (01483) 237550 or (0333) 800 8880 - Fax (0333) 8008810
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1st Choice Leisure Buildings Established in 1979 for All Garden Buildings. Sheds, Workshops, Log Cabins
On Display for viewing near to Guildford, Godalming, Cobham, Dorking, Leatherhead and Ripley in Surrey. UK

Office ONLY Address is 260 Woodham Lane, New Haw, Addlestone, Surrey. KT15 3NS.
Close To Byfleet, Chertsey, Weybridge, Walton On Thames, Esher, Bagshot, Staines.