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Dimaond Woodgate Transverse Apex Shed
A versatile range of good quality garden sheds which are individually hand-built to a generous specification by craftsmen with a keen eye on build quality. We recognise that every garden and storage requirement is unique therefore a wide range of options are available and we are proud to offer a made to measure service allowing you to move doors and windows to suit (usually at no additional cost).
All prices will include for free delivery and installation atop your prepared level and accessible base making your life as easy as possible.The Diamond Woodgate apex sheds will enhance your home and garden and free up space inside your house for everyday living. By storing all your ‘bits and pieces’ in it they can be protected from our British weather. This also allows extra room inside allowing you to enjoy your home to the fullest. You will find these Classic traditional garden buildings will look ‘the part’ in your garden and are available in ten different styles to suit your needs.
Don’t Buy On Price Alone
When choosing a new shed for your garden you need to check out thoroughly the specifications of it. Examine the very high specifications below to ensure any prospective purchase meets the very high standards of the Diamond buildings.
By doing so you will see that these buildings are unbeatable for quality. They may be just a little more than a ‘run of the mill’ building but no corners are cut when making it. NEVER made ‘down to a price’. You MAY save some money but will you get what you really want?
Examine The Quality
Types and Styles and Choosing the Right One
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’) raising to an internal ridge height of:
1.2m (4’) up to 2.4m (8’) gable – 2.06m (6’ 9”)
2.7m (9’) gable – 2.13m (7’)
3.0m (10’) up to 3.3m (11’) gable – 2.18m (7’ 2”)
3.6m (12’) gable – 2.31m (7’ 7”)
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.
All buildings feature a 0.76m (2’ 6”) wide box framed single personal door which is fitted with a mortice lock. There is an option of switching this for a half glass door, stable door, wider door or a pair of double doors.
There is a choice of four window styles: Classic (larger panes with at least one opening sash), Georgian (small square panes – all fixed), Security (short high-level ‘pillar box’ style) or alternatively the building can be supplied without windows. The precise number of panes will vary depending upon the exact building size and door/window configuration. All glass is toughened for safety.
• Choice of four window styles
• Door and windows configured to suit
• 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.
Current Delivery Times:- This is variable depending on model but lead time is generally around 3-5 weeks on the Diamond range within the green delivery areas. These times may be slightly extended if you are in the yellow or orange areas. 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.