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Timber Workshop Buildings Free Fitting. Large Display Site

Garden Workshop Buildings - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting
Garden Workshop Buildings - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting

Platinum Supreme Apex Features
  • 8x6 to 20x6 (or Longer) Garden Workshop Buildings
  • 15 Years Design Life on Timber & Onduline
  • Quality Redwood Timber (not cheap whitewood)
  • Onduline Roofs on Top of T&G Boarded Roofs
  • Solid Heavy Duty T&G Floors as Standard
  • FREE Fitting or Assembly of Garden Workshops
  • Fully Pressure Treated Tanalised T&G Solid Wood
  • Barn Like Doors With Key Lock as Standard.
  • Toughened Glass NOT cheap horticultural
  • 70 x 33mm thick (3" x 1" nominal) Framework
  • 1.95m (77in) Min Internal Lower Eaves Height
  • Fully Bespoke Workshops ANY Size Workshops
  • Workshops Have Rust Resistant Fittings & Nails.
  • Sectional Workshops Display for Viewing
  • Garden Workshops Screwed Together from Inside
  • Less Than 2.5m High Overall for Planning
  • Lining & Insulation Option for All Year Round Use
  • Garden Workshop Buildings Bases Built
Woking, Surrey Display Site
ALL Workshops Can be Insulated





Mr C of Brighton. Platinum 16x6 Garden Workshop Buildings - ★★★★★ Star Review

Feedback: - turned up at the crack of dawn (from Yorkshire to New Malden Surrey) and astonishingly had finished erecting the large shed within 90 minutes and were gone by 9 a.m.!.

Response: Thanks for your feedback. I'm pleased everything went well and you are happy with your new garden workshop. (I don't know what time they got out of bed but it must have been early!) Regards, Robin

Supreme Apex Garden Building. Pressure Treated Tanalised Redwood deal T+G Timber. FREE Fitting of Wooden Workshops. Includes double doors, wooden floor, Onduline Roof & Opening Window
Supreme Apex Garden Building. Pressure Treated Tanalised Redwood deal T+G Timber. FREE Fitting of Wooden Workshops. Includes double doors, wooden floor, Onduline Roof & Opening Window


Garden Workshop Buildings Assembled Free. Amazing Feedback
Garden Workshop Buildings Assembled Free. Amazing Feedback
Platinum Supreme Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Supreme Apex Wooden Workshops
Onduline Roof on T&G (NO OSB)
Extra Tall but Under 2.5m
Tanalised Pressure Treated

(Full Details Apex Large Sheds Workshops)

Platinum Super Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Super Apex Wooden Workshop
See BEFORE Buying
ALL Buildings Erected FREE
Onduline Roofs on T&G (NO OSB)

(Full Details Apex Workshops)

Diamond Barnham Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Diamond Barnham Apex Wooden Workshop
View at Our Workshop Display Site
ALL Units Erected FREE
Extra Thick Floors

(Full Details Apex Workshops)

Platinum Supreme Pent Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Supreme Pent Wooden Workshop
Timber Workshops On Display
ALL Buildings Erected FREE
Many Different Sizes

(Full Details Pent Workshops)

Platinum Super-pent Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Supreme Pent Timber Workshops
Most On Display
Joinery Double Doors Included
Many Different Sizes

(Full Details Pent Workshops)

Diamond Barnham Pent Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Diamond Barnham Pent Wooden Workshop
19mm (15mm Finish) Redwood Deal
Barn Like Joinery Doors
Extra Tall But Less than 2.5m

(Full Details Pent Workshops)

Guildford, Surrey Display Site
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Insulated Shed Workshops


Platinum Supreme Transverse Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Supreme Transverse Apex
Vents in Roof Soffits
FREE Assembly of Workshops
Double Doors Included

(Full Details Transverse Workshops)

Platinum Super Transverse Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Supreme Transverse Apex
Air Vents in Roof Soffits
Under 2.5m High
Tanalised Pressure Treated

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Platinum Traditional Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Traditional Wooden Garden Workshops
Internal Lining
Traditional Style Overlap Boards
Tanalised Pressure Treated

(Full Details Traditional Workshops)

Platinum Junior Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Junior Apex Wooden Buildings
See BEFORE Buying
ALL Structures Erected FREE
Onduline Roofs on T&G (NO OSB)

(Full Details Pent Workshops)

Platinum Junior Pent Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Junior Pent Wooden Workshop
View at Our Workshop Display Site
Joinery 3ft Wide Door as Standard
Toughened Glass

(Full Details Pent Workshops)

Platinum Junior Transverse Apex Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Junior Transverse Apex
Toughened Glass
Under 2.5m High
Tanalised Pressure Treated

(Full Details Transverse Workshops)

Do You Encourage and Enjoy Wild Life in Your Garden? (From Our Blogs)
Do You Encourage and Enjoy Wild Life in Your Garden? (From Our Blogs)

The urban gardens of the UK are active with a great range of wildlife as these creatures try to eke out survival in our every changing world. With foxes, hedgehogs, wild birds as well as many insects the garden is important to them all. The garden can be full of valuable nutrients and food and the home occupants can help, not necessarily a good thing, where waste food is left for these animals to scavenge.

Some animals are welcome such as the hedgehog and the massive array of birds where some, such as foxes, are not quite as welcome. People in general have a divided opinion about foxes, where some people love them, some despise and fear them with many just accepting them. They are nice in a way with their bright colours certainly in the drab winter months.

You will find that the garden shed is a help to these creatures as this building can provide shelter for them and help to keep the wind away. On the rare warmer days the heat radiating from the garden shed is a welcome break from the cold and they can enjoy this. The shed also helps them to hide away from any predators during the day.

Whilst not everyone welcomes these creatures you will find many are good for the garden. Hedgehogs are great at controlling slugs and ladybirds feed on aphids. Worms are great at borrowing through the earth and help to improve the soil and where would we be without bees pollinating our fruit, flowers and vegetables.

If you would like to encourage wildlife into your garden, which many people do, you will find that a 'prim and proper' garden is not the best option. An untidy garden is good for them, a bit like a teenager's bedroom, as this will make them more at home. Be careful when you treat the garden shed and try to keep the treatment off the surrounding garden. If you have a pond this is also good for wildlife but you must be aware of the dangers where young children are present, who must always come first.

However, as much as you may love foxes, you do need to stop them building dens under your garden shed. This is helping to increase the fox population, which is not really sustainable, and can lead to foxes getting braver, by necessity, and entering our homes. This is according to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) who state that the domestic garden is seeing larger number of foxes appearing.

To prevent foxes digging under your garden shed you need to look out for any holes which may be appearing and fill them in or block them up. However, always ensure that the foxes are not using the hole beforehand. If they are then you need to wait about after the cubs have been born.

The RSPB conducted a survey name Make Your Nature Count and this asked people to spend a hour in their garden and to see what birds or wild life were visible. Results of an earlier survey in 2008 showed that a quarter of all the gardens in the UK are home to foxes, which is a staggering amount. They very rarely pose a risk to humans as attacks are rare, but the biggest problem is their noise.

An animal welfare consultant, Jim Barrington, said that foxes, in general, are welcome in our gardens. They rarely cause any damage but do often get blamed for digging up lawns which they don't normally do. If you want to discourage foxes then you should cut back any trees in your garden as well as shrubs. If you have any shady corners then remove them and, most importantly, fill in any gaps around garden sheds or any garden buildings. These simple actions will tell the foxes they are not welcome.


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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.
Please see this page for a full list.



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
(0333) numbers are charged as LOCAL Rate on both mobiles and landlines - saving you money.
Email to 1clb@leisurebuildings.com or Contact Us Here
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.