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Buying a Garden Shed: The Difference Between Overlap, Shiplap and Tongue & Groove

Buying a Garden Shed: The Difference Between Overlap, Shiplap and Tongue & Groove

When buying a shed, you may be looking at the aesthetics, the price and its quality; however, it might be easy to overlook the build and cladding.Whilst cladding can often be mistaken as being a seemingly minor aspect of your garden shed, it can affect the strength, price and even what you can use it for. Therefore, it’s vital to know the difference between the different styles to help you find the perfect shed for you.Overlap, shiplap and tongue and groove are different building styles, with the wooden panels all locking together differently. Each type offers positives and negatives, so read .. Read More

Gates and Railings: Expert Installation Guide

Gates and Railings: Expert Installation Guide

The external appearance of your home is just as important as the inside, and attractive gates or railings can present an elegant effect while increasing your family’s security. However, while many people have considered such an adornment, the rules around installation can sometimes appear off-putting.The reality is that gates or railings not only protect your property, belongings and loved ones, they can also improve your privacy and create a favourable first impression if trying to sell the house. To help you better understand the rules and regulations, we’ve created this comprehensive guide... Read More

Your Guide To Pressure Treated Timber

Your Guide To Pressure Treated Timber

Quality wooden gates, fence panels, garden furniture and garden buildings are an investment, so getting the best value for money means choosing a product that is going to have a long, low maintenance life. Wood that has been pressure treated should last a good 15 years, or more if they are well cared for. Timber products that are pressure treated won’t rot or decay anywhere near as fast as untreated timber would. Pressure treated timber is great for garden products that are expected to remain outdoors in gardens all year round, enduring everything the weather throws at it.What is a pressure-t.. Read More

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