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Workshop Shed For Sale. Free Fitting. Large Display Area

Workshop Shed For Sale - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting
Workshop Shed For Sale - Surrey Display Site - Free Fitting

Transverse Apex Features
  • Sizes from 8x6 to 30x12 Workshop Shed For Sale
  • Timber & Onduline has 15 Years Design Life
  • Redwood Deal Timber (not cheap whitewood)
  • Onduline Roofs on Top of T&G Boarded Roofs
  • Standard Heavy Robust Duty T&G Floors
  • FREE Assembly & Erection of Wooden Workshops
  • Tanalised Pressure Treated T&G Solid Wood
  • Heavy Barn Like Doors With Key Lock
  • Toughened Glass NOT cheap plastic - perspex
  • 70 x 33mm thick (3" x 1" nominal) Framework
  • 1.95m (77in) Min Internal Lower Eaves Height
  • Specials No Problem ALL Sizes Workshops Made
  • Rust Resistant Fittings & Nails.
  • Garden Wooden Workshop Display for Viewing
  • Garden Workshops Screwed Together from Inside
  • Feature of Less Than 2.5m High Overall
  • Lining & Insulation Option for All Year Round Use
  • Workshop Shed For Sale Bases Built
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Woking, Surrey Display Site
ALL Workshops Can be Insulated



KMK of Watford Herts. 16x8 Platinum Large Timber Workshop - ★★★★★ Star Review

Feedback: one fascia panel needed replacement due to cracks - they came and replaced two. Great service. Properly build , quickly assembled ( guys took 2 hours ) the only remark would be the wood is not dry and needed to wait for 5 days b4 could coat the floor with lacquer.

Response: Thanks for your feedback. Hope everything met your expectations and pleased the small issue was sorted quickly Thanks again. Regards, Robin

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


Workshop Shed For Sale Assembled Free. Amazing Feedback
Workshop Shed For Sale 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
See BEFORE Buying
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

(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

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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
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)

Garden Gladiators to Compete Against Each Other on the BEEB (From Our Blogs)
Garden Gladiators to Compete Against Each Other on the BEEB (From Our Blogs)

Most of us when travelling by train are able to see large allotments alongside the tracks where the allotment holders can be seen trying to grow fruit, vegetables and flowers. Mainly for green reasons, some as a hobby, some as a social activity but this is certainly a British thing. When produce is grown this will help with the family budget but besides that the food will taste better, there will be no waste, as all that is picked will be eaten, and the allotment holders will definitely be fitter. It can be hard not to feel envious of these lucky people. Yes - there is work involved but the rewards are high in our 'full on' busy lives.

You will find that each plot tends to have a garden shed of sorts with many of these buildings evolving over many years. Many are true 'Heath Robinson' affairs which utilise any materials available and can look like an eyesore to all except their owners. On the newer allotments the type of sheds allowed tend to be very controlled, often the rules stipulate that they are all the same.

Whilst I agree that some of the ramshackle sheds do look a state what does it matter? Providing you are not encroaching onto your neighbour's plot so what! However, I'm sure that most garden shed retailers approve of the need for new sheds as it will benefit them,

The history of allotments goes back over 200 years when laws were passed during the 18th and 19th centuries. These laws made it a requirement that the poor, with no land, should be allowed land, which was restricted to one quarter of an acre. These areas were described as 'field gardens' or allotments and were originally only in rural areas.

It was only during the 19th century that the modern allotments came into general usage and this corresponded with people moving from the country into town during the Industrial Revolution. The lack of gardens and land meant that allotments became a great way of growing food for the family. The Victorians also believed that the provision of allotments would be a great aid in keeping drinking and other unsociable activities in check.

The number of allotments rose massively during the First World War rising from just over 500,000 to over 1,500,000 as the production of food was paramount. After the war many of the temporary allotments went back to their original purpose. The same situation arose during the Second World Was as the population was encouraged to 'Dig for Victory. This was an unqualified success as food production on allotments reach 1.3 million tons of food which equates to about 1 ton of food per plot - incredible!

Nowadays allotments are controlled by local councils who have an obligation to provide them. If the council require the allotment land for other purposes they have to provide other suitable land which can be used for growing food which has to be reassuring. Green Belt land has helped to protect many allotments but nowadays with the easing of planning laws even these areas can be at risk.

Today there is often a waiting list to obtain an allotment as people realise the benefits of owning one are great, both financially, psychically and mentally

The BBC, who is always looking for new types of program, is making a new series about the garden allotments. This new show, which will be called 'The Patch' will take pairs of contestants who will have to try their skills against each other and try to become the best kitchen gardener. After scouring gardening clubs and allotment societies for entrants filming has begun.

As growing food at home as become 'current and relevant' the BBC see this as a program of our time. Other shows such as the Great British Bake Off have become a great success and the BBC hope for the same success with The Patch.

If you like watching grass (or vegetables) grow and like to see gladiators of the garden pitch themselves against each other then this may tickle your fancy. I personally don't see the of all the cooking programs on TV but maybe, just maybe, this series with its link to gardens, allotments and the opportunities to see what type of garden sheds they will be given may just tempt me. I'm sure that 1st Choice Garden Sheds would be pleased to see their sheds on this program.


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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.