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Wooden Garden Buildings. Free Fitting. Large Display Area

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

Platinum Supreme Apex Features
  • 8x6 to 20x6 (or Longer) Wooden Garden 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
  • Wooden Garden Buildings Bases Built
Woking, Surrey Display Site
ALL Workshops Can be Insulated





Mrs M of Streatham London. Platinum 16x10 Wooden Workshop - ★★★★★ Star Review

Feedback: - Its class service. Don't go anywhere else.

Response: Thanks for your great comments. I'm pleased we met our high standards when we supplied your new garden workshop. 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


Wooden Garden Buildings Assembled Free. Amazing Feedback
Wooden Garden 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

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

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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

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

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

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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

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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

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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

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

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Platinum Junior Pent Sectional Heavy Duty Workshops
Platinum Junior Pent Wooden Workshop
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Joinery 3ft Wide Door as Standard
Toughened Glass

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

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Use Your Garden Sheds as a Backdrop to a Floral Display (From Our Blogs)
Use Your Garden Sheds as a Backdrop to a Floral Display (From Our Blogs)

The garden shed is a perfectly functioning building which serves its purpose down to the ground, however, even the best garden shed can, in some people's mind be a little dull. So what can you do about it? You can treat the shed as a blank canvas and have flower and shrubs set in front. This will allow them to stand out against the brownish back drop even from a distance making the shed a focal point of your garden.

Another idea is to train flowers such as plants and flowers - such as roses - to grow up the front of the shed and this can create a stunning display of colour. However it can sometime be a little tricky to get them to climb up depending of the type of plants as there are five different types of climbing plants. These are scramblers, stickers, twiners, tendris and stem root plants. By researching the type of plants you want to use you can ensure they will grow up and over the garden shed (or fence or wall) and hide the bland and plain appearance. Some of these categories will require vertical support, some horizontal support where as some won't need any help at all

Tendrils will require thin horizontal support so the plants have something to grab onto. 50mm x 50mm netting will serve this purpose as will horizontal strings hanging from poles. Stickers are similar to tendrils however their tendrils come with their own glue, so to speak. This enables them to climb up more or less any surface. These only require the surface of the shed to stick to and don't require any vertical supports.

Twiners tend to have intertwining leaves or stems and require something vertical to attach itself to, so in this instance a trellis work, a fence post, string or wire will do the trick, however, ensure it is horizontal. Scramblers need help to grow up the side of a building so you need to secure these in place and the ideal materials is twine, wire or strong string. As they grow the thorns help the plants to adhere to the wall of the shed.

The final category are the stem root climbers. These have very clingy roots which can attach to more or less any surface. As these as so strong I can't really recommend them to be grown up the side of your garden shed as it could damage them. Steer clear.

The Royal Horticulture Society reports that rambling roses are one of the most popular plants for growing up walls, fences or sheds and they suggest these should be grown horizontally as this will ensure the greatest amount of cover. By keeping a careful eye out for diseased roots or stems they recommend these should be removed as this will allow fresh and newer shoots to flourish. At Wisley Gardens they would prune their ramblers in the Autumn or before Winter after securing the summer growth. All shoots which had flowered should be cut back in readiness for the following year.

By training these plants to climb over your garden shed you can ensure an outbreak of colour throughout the year. Even during the bleak winter months these plants will take away the plainness from the garden. It's also possible to add hanging baskets to the shed and these can accommodate even more flowers and colours. However to me, in the garden shed business, nothing beats the sight of a well looked after garden shed. This just goes to show that every one is different and should be different, otherwise it would be a very boring world.


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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.