Take a look at our extensive range of high quality, Windowless Sheds. These buildings do not have any windows so anything you store is kept hidden from prying eyes! All our garden buildings are made from strong, quality slow grown pine. This pine is very dense because it has been growing over a long period of time. The timber we use is FSC Certified; you can rest assure that all the wood we use is ethically sourced from sustainable forests.
We have many options for you to choose from so you can pick the right building. We have products to suit all budgets from cheap sheds to more expensive ranges too. We provide Free Delivery to most UK Postcodes; check our delivery charges map for more information. You can also use our Postcode Checker; this is on every product page. Simply enter your postcode and check all the delivery dates which are available for your area.
Our wooden sheds are easy to build; you just need basic DIY skills and a friend to help. We supply full instructions and roofing felt with every order. There are many upgrades which you can add to your order like superior felt, a Portabase, paint options and much more. Maintaining one of our wooden buildings is easy; check the roofing felt regularly and paint it with wood treatment yearly.
Garden storage is so important to most of us, especially if you haven’t got a lots of storage space in your home. Our products provide storage for almost anything; bicycles, lawn mowers, tools, garden items, sporting equipment and much more. Windowless Sheds also help ensure anything you do store is well hidden. All our sheds come with a 10 Year Anti-Rot Guarantee and Free UK Delivery.
Providing a good base for your garden storage space will ensure it lasts as long as it can. A base can be made from concrete, paving slabs, wooden decking or a Portabase. The base should be flat and completely level. Just ensure you check any base with a spirit level to ensure it is completely level. Gardening is lots of fun and adding extra storage could help you expand your garden! Why not use a shed as a potting shed?