Due to their strength and resistance to corrosion, sheds manufactured from modern plastics are now competing with metal and timber sheds in popularity
Plastic Sheds are sure to become even more popular in the future, and here we answer some of your frequently asked questions.
Polyvinyl Chloride and High Density Polyethylene.
PVC and HDPE are economical to produce, strong, and very resistant to chemicals and sunlight. PVC shed panels are very sturdy and won't warp or bend.
No, which makes plastic superior to wood and metal both of which over time will inevitably rot or corrode.
Yes, the colour of a shed is unlikely to change due to weathering and the PVC and HDPE will not crack.
There is no need for any preservatives or paint.
Yes, although every so often you may need to wash off any everyday grime that has collected.
Don't worry, depending on the model you choose, many have windows and skylights that let in plenty of light. Some people choose not to have windows for security reasons..
Very easy, requiring a minimum amount of tools.
Sheds are practically 100% recyclable and require no stain or paint.
There's an impressive range of storage facilities, summer houses, garages, even gazebos.
GardenSite stock plastic sheds and other structures from all the major manufacturers, including Duramax, Suncast, Grosfillex and Lifetime, they are all top quality and will serve you well for many years.
Robert Hall, senior partner at GardenSite.co.uk has been elected to sit on the Garden Industry Manufacturers Association (GIMA) Judging Panel for 2017. The news was announced on 31st March 2017 on the GIMA website.
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