Rated 4 out of
Yard master 10/13 shed
Burn the instructions right from the start!!!
It does not show until you've put half of it together that the parts in your box should have been fitted fifty steps earlier!!!
Also the lack of written instructions (none) make it even harder to put together lot of guess work involved
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of
Great Value for Money Shed
I love these sheds. I put a 10’x13’ one up 3 years ago, it still looks like new and I’ve never had a drop of water inside. I’ve just put up an 8’x9’ next to it and they look great together.
To be fair, if you’re a novice DIY'er, get someone with more experience to help you because it’s not straightforward. I did mine myself over a weekend and only needed a second pair of hands for 10 minutes to lift the roof on.
If a screw hole doesn’t line up, take your time to figure out why. I’ve put two sheds up and only drilled about 5 holes in total. If you start drilling holes’ willy nilly, logic says that from then on nothing else will line up either!
A few little tips;
1) Apply a blob of silicone sealant over each of the roof screws to avoid drips.
2) Raise the inside of the base an inch or so higher than the outside to ensure water doesn’t get in.
3) Make the doors more secure by fixing a strip of wood along the floor runners.
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 5 out of
Brilliant Shed For The Money
I have just bought and built this shed with very little help and i must say even though the instructions if you could call them that, definitely require more work they look like they have been doodled by a child! anyway the shed is built and is perfect against all advice etc i had no problems what so ever. all the holes lined up the framework went up fine the walls went on fine and the roof was easy. i would definitely recommend this to others.
Date published: 2016-02-03
Rated 4 out of
Yard Master 10 x 13 metal shed
If the delivery driver didn't give me the advice of building the roof 1st and putting it to one side, the main body of the shed would have been bent to bits as it is quite wobbly until the roof goes on.
Doors don't slide that good
Date published: 2016-01-25
What is the clear opening width of the door?
The door opening width is 120cm
Date published: 2017-03-04
Can the inside walls be fitted with ply wood?
Wondering is it easy to mount ply wood to the inside walls?
Is it normal to have condensation build up on the roof? Ours is quite bad a drips?
Condensation can form inside any single skinned uninsulated building under certain weather conditions.
Polythene sheeting laid under the base of the shed will help stop any moisture rising from the ground into the shed.
Polystyrene panels can also be attached to the inner side of the roof to insulate the roof and prevent condensation from forming.
Date published: 2017-03-03
What are the doors made from? Any locking points?
The 2 sliding doors are made from hot dipped galvanised steel.
The handles can be padlocked together in the closed position (padlock not included).
Date published: 2017-02-19
How Insulated is the shed ?
Our PTFA want to store School Uniform items in the shed and are concerned about damp. Is the shed fairly well insulated ? If we boarded it out would that help ?
This is a single skinned uninsulated metal building.
Adding polystyrene panels or wooden boards to the inner surfaces would help insulate the building.
Date published: 2017-01-29
||Base Not Included
||Double Sliding Door
||12 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
||10' x 13'
|Outdoor Building Door Type
||2 x Doors
|Outdoor Building Roof Shape
|Pieces in Pack/Case
||Sliding Door Apex Shed
|Roof Panel Type
||Trapezium Profiled Metal
|Total Product Weight
Fixings Supplied. Internal W x D x H: 2850 x 3870 x 2010mm. External W x D x H: 3030 x 3960 x 2020mm. Self-Assembly.
Anchor kit contains 4 x bolts, 4 x washers, 4 x plastic rawl plugs and 4 hold down gussets.
*Delivered direct from our suppliers in the number of working days stated on the delivery button