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6 Feet at the Door and 10 Deep.
The MCL Potting Shed is the perfect place for potting plants and storage prized processions. This amazing building is a high quality secure garden shed and a light and spacious greenhouse all rolled into one.
The MCL Potting Shed is the perfect place for potting plants and storage prized processions. This amazing building is a high quality secure garden shed and a light and spacious greenhouse all rolled into one. The enormous side windows provide the shed with the sunlight it requires and the large door and interior offers ample room and space. The MCL Potting Shed comes FREE with an internal shelf – this offers a prime location in the garden building for your plants to grow from. With heavy duty green mineral felt as standard and heavy duty floor joists, this building is designed to last the distance. Excellently finished tongue and groove shiplap cladding and extra thick rounded four corner framing complete this fantastic garden summerhouse.
Ext. Size exc. Roof
Ext. Size inc. Roof
No. of Windows
10x6 MCL Potting Shed
2950mm x 1750mm
2862mm x 1662mm
2974mm x 1774mm
3074mm x 1844mm
BEWARE OF CHEAP IMITATION BUILDINGS:
Unlike many budget competitor products this building is built with only the highest quality materials and many garden buildings in the market simply cannot compare!
It is essential that this building is assembled strictly in accordance with the instructions supplied on a firm and level base constructed from a suitably durable material. It should also be treated shortly after assembly and then annually thereafter with an appropriate high quality preservative and all glazing units must be sealed, inside and out, with silicone or other water tight sealant.
Please note - 10x8 floors come in two sections with the floor joists running the 8ft direction. For clarification please speak to one of our telephone advisors.
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