This 10x6 Apex Metal Shed is great for storing many large garden items. It’s dimensions means that it’s great for storing bicycles, BBQ’s, lawn mowers and garden tools. The hinged double doors also mean that the items can be readily accessed without too much trouble. The slender 6ft gable also means that it won’t take up too much space in your garden.
The galvanized panels mean they are very resistant to moisture and the elements whilst the powder coated finish adds extra protection in a shade of green that will blend in with most gardens. The finish also means that the shed itself is very low maintenance saving you the hassle of treating it, every year.
This Shed does not come with a floor but comes with a FREE Anchor Kit so you can secure it onto concrete for a more stable base.
10 x 6 Waltons Apex Metal Shed
It took two of us nearly 10 hours to put together. The instructions were not very clear and the diagrams are printed very small. They are not very easy to understand. I initially thought of returning the whole thing back. One of the side panels which we thought was missing was wrongly labelled but we eventually figured this out. A small electric screwdriver is a big help as there are a lot of small screws that hold the panels together. Don't over tighten the screws as they do tend go through easily and you will have to use small washers to rectify this. Start early as it is very flimsy and needs to be fixed to the base ASAP on completion otherwise it may fly away !
It seems very flimsy but once you fix it to the base it's OK. If you don't mind a little hassle, It's good value for money.
Reviewed 15 August 2012 by FlyingShed, Watford
after being let down by a large chain how refreshing to deal with a company that values there customers, delivery was right on time helpful and pleasant. It took myself and son just over 9 hours to get all but the final fixing to the base,parts were well marked and if the instructions are followed step by step easy to fix together. All in all Iwould highly recommend tthis item.
Reviewed 01 August 2012 by peter, Newcastle