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David Coton explains that anyone who wants to buy a garden shed in Glasgow, will find all the quality, range and value for money they need on gardensite.co.uk.
Set up as a family business in 1952, we have been a leading specialist online retailer since 1999, supplying garden sheds to customers all over the UK including Glasgow and the rest of Scotland.
We offer a large selection of different styles and sizes of garden shed from all the best selling brand names. Choose from makes including Forest, Halls, Rowlinson, Yardmaster, Suncast and DuraMax – and the shed will be delivered to your doorstep in Glasgow. What's more, delivery is usually free to mainland UK.
Wooden sheds continue to be the most popular and, as Glasgow and Scotland gets its fair share of rainfall, you'll be glad to know they are weather proof and will last for many years. Whether the style is Shiplap, Overlap, Loglap, Tongue & Groove, the traditional appearance fits easily into the garden landscape.
Metal sheds need very little or no maintenance at all, and, if you store expensive garden equipment and cycles, probably offer more security. They might not look as traditional as timber sheds but wood effect cladding styles are available and any rust staining is unlikely with stainless steel fittings.
Plastic sheds are quickly and easily assembled. Since they won't rot or rust, and need no painting, maintenance is low. They are highly durable using the latest resin building techniques and plastics, and can be very secure.
We can supply garden sheds to Glasgow and Scotland in every standard size from 4ft x 3ft to a 9ft x 18ft workshop. Access can be through a single door or double doors, sheds can have windows or be windowless, have pent or apex roofs.
Before buying, think about the use your shed is going to get, now and in the following years. If it's just for storage, you can buy a smaller sized shed or, if you need it for cycles or motorbikes, something slightly larger, others cater for gardening and awkward large items such as wheelbarrows.
As the size increases there Is naturally much more space for DIY and other hobbies, allowing you more options and and the room to undertake larger projects. Sheds that double up as a greenhouse will be particularly useful for gardeners..
When you've made a decision, buy the biggest shed you can afford and which complements your garden. You will only be frustrated if, in the future, your needs change and it becomes too small.
If you live in Glasgow or Scotland, there's no need to visit a garden centre to see the choice or check dimensions. All the garden sheds are listed on gardensite.co.uk, with photographs, technical details and specifications.
You can also choose various optional extras such as benches, staging and bases, so the shed is configured exactly how you want it.
Comparing different sheds on gardensite.co.uk is helpful and straight forward, but if you need a particular question answered, our trained staff are always contactable on 0121 355 7701. They have experience of all our products, and will answer any query.
Delivery time to Glasgow will depend on the particular shed. Most manufacturers quote seven days and gardensite.co.uk will ensure that delivery will be fast and efficient. You can even check the progress of your order on our tracking system all the way to Scotland.
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