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Diamond Petworth Potting Shed
Every gardener would love the possibilities presented by the addition of a Diamond Potting Shed. With three distinct designs in a huge range of sizes we are confident that you will find something to delight however we can also build to order if you require something a little different.
The Diamond Solar Potting Shed is a great addition for your garden and can be used for growing produce for using in your home. It can also be used for planting seeds so that you can give those plants an early start when you plant them out in your garden.
With its apex roof there should be a style which appeals to you. Take a look at one at the 1st Choice Garden Shed display area near Guildford and make your own mind up.
These buildings are some of the best available. So before choosing a new one for your garden you need to check out the specifications beforehand. In particular, the type of timber it is made from, whether any OSB board is used, and the general build quality. Check the competition out against the spec on our buildings.
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Sturdy 47mm x 47mm (45mm x 45mm finished) vertical framework clad with your choice of:
• 16mm (12mm finished) T&G Shiplap
• 19mm (15mm finished) T&G Loglap
16mm (12mm finished) T&G on 47mm x 47mm pressure treated floor joists with an option to upgrade to a heavy duty 18mm Caberboard floor. All buildings over 2.4m (8’) in both directions – eg 2.4m x 2.4m (8’ x 8’) but not 2.7m x 2.1m (9’ x 7’) – are upgraded to 18mm Caberboard as standard.
16mm (12mm finished) T&G matchboard on sturdy roof purlins and covered with a heavy duty polyester based roofing felt. On apex models we offer an option of cedar shingles or long-life felt tiles if you prefer something a little more decorative.
There is a generous internal eaves height of 1.82m (6’) on all models. The internal ridge heights are stated on the product descriptions below. All external roof heights – up to 3.6m (12’) gable – comply with the 2.5m maximum height restriction imposed when erecting a building under Permitted Development.
Pulborough – Similar to our Portslade model however the Pulborough boasts an attractive fully-boarded apex-style roof. The slatted potting bench, opening window(s) and stable door remain however the internal ridge heights vary on this style dependant upon the width of the building. On buildings up to 2.7m (9’) wide the ridge will be 2.06m (6’ 9”) and on 2.7m (9’) models it will increase to 2.13m (7’); on 3.0m (10’) and 3.3m (11’) models this will become 2.18m ( 7’ 2”) and on 3.6m (12’) models a lofty 2.31m (7’ 7”)
Petworth – This ever-popular model is an upgraded version of our Pulborough with half of the roof being replaced with a unique toughened glass roof design to allow the maximum amount of light to flood in.
All buildings feature a 0.76m (2’ 6”) wide box stable door which is fitted with a rim lock and handle. There is an option of switching this for a full height single personal door, half glass door, stable door, wider door or a pair of double doors. If necessary doors can even be moved in to one of the long walls alongside the windows.
All Diamond Potting Sheds will boast a large amount of glass to the front (with a minimum of one opening sash) as well as to each end; the precise number of panes will vary depending upon the building width and configuration. All glass is toughened for safety.
• Choice of three building styles
• Large amount of natural light
• Option for factory-applied paint finish
• Free on-site installation
• Choice of Apex or Pent roof styles
All specifications are subject to change.
All sizes are nominal. E&OE.
ALL London Congestion Charges Areas £50 Surcharge
Current Delivery Times:- This is variable depending on model but lead time is generally around 3-5 weeks on the Diamond range. Don’t be misled by other companies quoting 10 days delivery, 15 days delivery, 20 days delivery etc. When days are mentioned in deliveries they usually relate to ‘working days’. This means 10 days = two weeks, 15 days = three weeks and 20 days – four weeks not quite the same as you might have expected.