Feedback: The pre-sale service was excellent and the team were very helpful, answering all my queries and helping me to make the right choices. The team who delivered and fitted the workshop were okay, although seemed to be in a rush to get away towards the end. This meant they didn't sweep up inside or outside the workshop, maybe I am expecting too much, but also some of the finishing, i.e. hammering in nails fully, was not as good as it could have been.
Response: Hi, Thank for your constructive feedback on your new 10x8 Platinum Super Apex shed which we delivered recently to Slough. I'm sorry that the installers, although doing a good job, seemed to be rushing to get away and failing to tidy up before they left. They certainly should not have done that. Likewise if any nails were not nailed in properly then that again was wrong. I will pass your comments onto the factory so that they can deal with this to help other customers. I'm sorry it doesn't help you in this instance. I hope that your new building will serve you well in the many years to come. Thanks again for taking the time to let me know. Best regards, Robin.
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The British are very fond of our pets with the dog and cat being the most popular. Rabbits, guinea pigs, birds and possibly rats are also considered. With this addiction there are many pet shops around to cater for the need but, like in many other fields, the supermarkets are getting in on the act and offering pet food and pet requirements at the local superstore. Garden centres are another outlet where you can source these requirements for your pets ensuring that they are well cared for. In some homes the pets are looked after better than the elders, but thankfully this is the exception to the rule.
The garden sheds of the UK have many uses but one which is becoming more popular is the keeping of animals. Whether it's for rabbits, guinea pigs or other small mammals through to dogs and cats being allowed to take shelter in the shed. It's even been known for a shed to be converted into a stable for a small pony which is no surprise as a stable is essentially a very heavy duty garden shed with no floor and a stable door. This enables the horse to look out but still be kept in one place.
Some of the strange animals to end up in connection with a garden shed was a python snake which got trapped under the shed and was unable to escape. This 12ft snake alarmed the residents of the Cornish village of Fowey who appeared concerned for the animals well being rather than the fear which they normally induce. There was fears that the snake would not survive in the open after nightfall even if the garden shed was giving some shelter. This meant that a bold plan had to be hatched during the night.
Fire crews were called to the garden shed shortly after midnight and they managed to cut away part of the shed which allowed the snake to escape from its dilemma. Whether the snake was thankful for being rescued from under the shed or whether it tried to attack its rescuers was not clear.
This snake was not the only animal to be needing rescuing from a garden shed as a Bolivian monkey called Rolo was trapped inside one. This confinement had drove the money mad but thankfully after being released from the shed and relocated to a specialist zoo, Rolo, has recovered from her ordeal and is now happy to let visitors feed her worms from their hands.
The British really show their true caring colours when animals become trapped as time and time again they put them selves out to help these pure creatures which I think is heart warming.