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Hobby Garden Sheds

Hobby Garden Sheds

Tunstall Garden Buildings design and construct the nation’s highest quality Garden Sheds. All of our garden buildings are handmade to order at our main manufacturing and show site in Staffordshire.

Our Hobby Garden Sheds are manufactured from Scandinavian Redwood Tanalised timber which is guaranteed for 15 years against rot and insect infestation. (T&G shiplap ex 19mm (16mm finished thickness).

Our Hobby Garden Sheds come in array of sizes and styles, from apex to pent style sheds, to Heavy Duty Workshops. Further information on our Timber Workshops can be found here.

We offer installation free of charge as standard with our Garden Sheds. Please click here for our delivery costs.

If you have something specific in mind and want a bespoke design, we can manufacture our garden buildings to any customer specification. For more information, please contact us on 01782 832166 or email us: tunstallgb@mac.com

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Specifications For Our Hobby Garden Sheds

ElementSpecification
CladdingOur Garden Sheds are manufactured with Tanalised 16mm thick shiplap T&G cladding.
FramingHeavy Duty 3” x 2” thick Tanalised framing as standard. Framing is the backbone of the building and provides the strength/structural integrity.
FloorOur Garden Sheds come with 13mm thick tanalised tongue and groove floor including 2” x 2” Tanalised bearers, providing maximum support and also allowing air flow.
RoofBlack onduline roofing sheets on 13mm tanalised tongue & groove boards with a generous 1ft overhang to the front of the building.
Door30” wide x 5’10” high joinery made single door installed with a heavy duty long throw lock.
Windows3x 4 pane georgian style fixed windows including toughened glass as standard.

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