Floorless metal and plastic sheds must have a solid, level base that they can be anchored to. This can be paving, concrete or decking – whichever you prefer – but must be prepared before you install your shed.
- Concrete Preparing a concrete base is probably best done by a professional, but you can do it yourself if you wish. Make sure your concrete base is the right size and completely level before fixing your shed to it.
- Paving Slabs Laying paving slabs is an alternative to concrete and is just as adequate as a base, as well as being more DIY friendly. Again, it is imperative that the base be level before the shed is fixed and the slabs must cover the entire area of the base when used with sheds that do not have a floor.
- Decking If you already have a decked area, it is possible to secure your new shed to this – a great alternative if you don't want anything as permanent as concrete or paving slabs.
- Purpose-Built Shed Base Most of our sheds have a purpose-built base as an additional option. These bases are often far more hassle-free than creating your own base, and so are very popular with our customers. Look out for a purpose-built shed base as an additional option.
This Premier 7'5 x 9'10 Titanium metal shed arrives in preassembled panels and is constructed using a Snap Tite assembly system. This shed is one of the quickest and easiest sheds to assemble, available on the market right now. The panels of this shed are made from BlueScope steel and have a coated titanium finish making the shed strong and low maintenance.
The reverse pent roof gives this shed extra head room and also helps drain water off the roof, helping to prevent rust. This shed is specially designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and if anchored down correctly can withstand high winds.
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