AVS garden sheds are manufactured by Albany Sheds, a UK-based company who have been creating quality, long-lasting garden buildings and outdoor storage since 1984.
The Cottage Apex Overlap Shed is a great value garden building and has the advantage of a tongue & grooved door with 3 hinges and hasp and staple lock, close-boarded timber roof & floor, thick overlap cladding and is constructed using solid 50 x 22mm timber framing to ensure a long life. It is factory treated and stained with a water based red cedar colour treatment, and supplied with heavy 20kg roofing felt, glass, trims and all fixings required to install the building.
- Economical apex roof shed
- Traditional weatherboard style overlap cladding
- Solid close-boarded timber floor
- Tongue & groove roof
- Glass windows
- Window section can be fitted on either side
SIZES & INFORMATION
Size L x W x H: The Length (the window side) x Width (the door end) x Height (to the top of the apex) in metres.
CLADDING & FRAMING
Cladding and framing make up the panels from which this building is constructed. In general, the thicker the cladding and framing, the stronger the shed will be and the longer it will last. The side panels on this building are made from sustainably sourced overlap cladding and 50mm x 22mm thick framing. Please note this is the finished size after machining (some companies quote the size before machining).
Once you have placed your order, we will call you to discuss these options. Indicative extra costs shown (ex VAT):
- Toughened safety glass - £4 per pane
- No windows - Free
- Door hinged on the right (on left as standard) - Free
- 5 lever lock - £51
All sizes are approximate, based on external measurements (unless stated otherwise) - they do not include roof overhang. Please allow for any overhangs when choosing the size of your building, bearing in mind space required for installation and maintenance. We advise you check internal sizes if buying a building for a specific purpose, or any other sizes if critical. Planning permission can be required on some buildings depending on size and location, please check with your local council if unsure.