Yardmaster Shed 9' 6 x 16' 6" (Nominal) (44193)

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Yardmaster Shed 9' 6 x 16' 6" (Nominal) (44193)

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Green steel roof with hot dipped galvanised steel structure and cladding.

  • Corrosion-Resistant
  • 2 x Doors
  • Padlock Eye
  • 12 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Anchor Kit Supplied
  • Ventilated
  • 2 Translucent Roof Panels

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Think outside of the box. Consider this product if you're on a tight budget, have additional tools, a team to support you (minimum of 2 extra people) and the ability to adapt the contents of the boxes to construct a solid weatherproof storage unit. Arrived from Belfast factory promptly, delivered to front of property only, 3x flat-packs, 2 person lifts (XL heavy). Check instruction manifest, as two frame sections wrong, padlock loop absent. Contact Yardmaster to procure more larger screws (No.2) as smaller screws lose self-tapping thread too often, especially with roof assembly. Instructions are sometimes cryptic, being an artists impression (don't rely on the picture to count screw holes). Door assembly uses pressed metal cross bracing, these are weak and liable to tearing the fastener out. Replace with a bolt or shaped wooden braces for rigidity. When assembling frame, be mindful that the application of cladding will necessitate the removal of some screw fixings for re-attachment (a common occurrence). If installing in an exposed location consider sealing the cladding fasteners. Advise assembling the rear and side sections when windspeed is <5mph, as the frame flexes on the point of unrecoverable collapse, do-able with 3 people, 4 is ideal. The squire nuts don't take casualties, so be careful with sharp edges slicing digits. Attach front assembly, using screws to hold the top section rigid. The structure is more stable but requires trusses and gable end for structural stability, so aim to complete all framework assembly in a day. The trusses are difficult to align framework bolts to as they are angled from the profile. Ergo, they don't fit like in the instruction manual. Be prepared to centre holes with a drill. Attach one side of each, resting the other end on the floor do all 3x, before affixing (and drilling out) the opposite side securing bolts. These flex, a lot...so be careful mounting the beams (heavy). With 2x people, raise the beams onto trusses, sandwiching the sharp-edged mounting plates. Do all three using step ladders. The gable ends will prove the beam length positioning and deliver a modicum of rigidity. The back frame uprights need the side profile removed as the gable end is intended to fit flush. Used tin snips for this. Secure each end "side-flap" using two screws each and fasten beams from here. Once beams are attached, now line up the shaped spire nuts to the top of the back section cladding. Repeat gable attachment at front (easier) to reach a natural rest point. Check alignment by measuring interior diagonals. Even if true, the cladding at rear will not align with centre beam holes. The effect of the gap at the roof apex can be minimised using a role of Screwfix 50cm dpc, cut into oversize cladding -width sections, affixing coping plates on top. The end coping plates are unique sizes, be mindful that end fasteners also secure the white plastic trim. Silicone the dpc joins, fasteners and coping plate fasteners. Be prepared to drill new holes for when coping plate holes don't align. Anticipate a full day+ for applying roof cladding. Drill the polycarb cladding in situ, using silicone on the underside, as these sections straddle metal sibling sheets. Small screws are more often the cause of re-siliconing which adds to the tedium. So use the large screw size wholesale. A safety consideration is the truss fixing plates for the beams. These are sharp and benefit from being twisted downward to avoid a gash when working in the confines of a cross-sectional framework, stretching to reach the coping plate on a very tall stepladder. Looks good when erected, now drill securing bolt rawplug holes to insert bolts 3x turns. Apply silicone to the inside and underneath of the base framework. Allow this to cure before screwing-in the washered bolts, which compresses the sealant and improving the seal. Prove the doors to check alignment, drill additional holes to align hinges, use washers to level door heights. Insert brush trims to foot of doors. Not for the uninitiated, requires persistence and contingency planning as the kit is the basis of a watertight garage. Allow yourself time and if using a good cordless drill, be mindful of torque settings to avoid over-tightening on cladding (easily done). Yardmaster support line is good, no problem ordering the correct replacement components and extra washers & nuts. Shame the QC on the original component dispatch is poor. They sell thousands of these, so the flimseyness is an economic reality of mass production. Arm yourself with a spodger as the die-cut holes aren't always clear of the pressing. Allow time for component replacement (5 days) and choose your battleground (dry, no wind, friends/family available, within Screwfix opening hours). Two experienced DIYers, with help, took nearly 2x weeks to erect this one with re-supply and adverse weather considered. Kitchens/bathrooms/groundwork/fencing/loft access/velux/roofing/decking/trenching on calf-dozers - all less of a challenge than this garage. You can buy a wooden garage for twice the budget, on this website. Wood is more forgiving. This project nearly ended prematurely in a tangled mess, so beware taking time to get bodies on the ground and budget £50 more for materials (1x dpc, 5x silicone tubes). Bag 5 contains rubber caps not mentioned in the instructions, so will be applying these with silicone to the roof cladding underside screw-threads. I would liken this feat of endurance to a meccano set from Taiwan circa 1970.
Date published: 2020-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good cheap garage/workshop Great Workshop/shed/small garage. A little too low as I just fit though the gate without banging my head and I'm not even a 6 footer so just bear that in mind. It WILL be a nightmare to put up if you're an occasional DIYer or not so into putting tin sheets and screws together to (eventually) build this thing. A bit frustrating to start with but the assembly instructions a rather clear and easy to follow. Make sure you don't mix beams up! Some of the name/number stickers came off and many beams looked almost the same but they're not, so be aware. You may be a bit overwhelmed when 3 massive boxes of flat pack stuff will get delivered to your door but once you start putting things together you'll realize that it's not as bad as it looks. Just don't skip anything as you'll get lost later on. If you have time for it (and you should) then please stick to the previous advises about making it even more waterproof. A blob of silicone under EVERY screw on the roof is a must! I'm also considering pouring a self leveling compound over my slabs that I used for the floor. Make sure the floor is dead flat as it may be crucial during the roof assembly. If some of the holes and screws don't match- use a metal drill (within a reason) as some of the holes weren't drilled too precisely. make sure you anchor the thing to the base as some crazy hurricanes WILL blow it away! The gate/door is very lightweight so make sure you fit all the bolts and secure them properly every time. BTW the door opens only a little more than 90 degrees as one of the top elements stars to scratch the wall if you push them wider. Last but not least if you're thinking about getting yourself organized inside such as shelves, cupboards etc then consider fitting some extra plywood on the walls as the metal frame is VERY delicate and WILL bend if you try hanging something heavier. Strong 4/5 from me
Date published: 2020-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great garage Bought this to store a classic car, delivered within 2 weeks, assembling it to me 3 days by myself so can’t understand why it takes 3 people 3 days !!! Just read the instruction book first !! The kit looks a bit daunting at first but each part is clearly labelled and comes with loads of screws ( you’ll need a battery screwdriver ) I’ve also put a blob of silicon under every screw on the roof and so far no drips ! The only negative thing is that The roof trusses are a little low for me, but that’s it ! Things you’ll need to make building it easier - Battery screw driver A tube of silicon A tall pair of step ladders 10mm masonry drill bit ( for floor anchors ) BEER The inside is big enough to store a Mercedes SL and have space to get in and out of each side of it. Once it’s built sit back knowing all the bits in the new garage are dry ! And open a beer to celebrate.
Date published: 2018-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Metal garage Took 3 people 3 days to erect.Once up a great shed.Tip study the instructions really well first.Will buy another soon.
Date published: 2017-11-05
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How easy is it to fix plywood sheets securely to inside walls.

Asked by: GrahamMH

would a wooden shed base be suitable to use as long as square and level

Asked by: matmoos

What colour is the garage - is it grey?

Asked by: TAZ59
An order received August 2020 had a dark grey exterior, cream interior and metallic (think Hammerite) silver roof, with two polycarb clear sections.
Answered by: HaveyD
Date published: 2021-06-07

what colour is this metal garage please

i would like to know what colour this metal shed is please as i am looking for the anthracite grey one
Asked by: Stormangel1

Can this be fixed on top of pea gravel?

Asked by: Stubo100
The structure requires a static level base. Alignment of panels would be compromised otherwise. Concrete is advised and allow the concrete to dry thoroughly as these metal installations are prone to condensation arising from moisture in the base. No Nonsense Garage Floor paint is available from Screwfix as a belt &amp; braces approach to moisture dripping on the contents of the garage.
Answered by: HaveyD
Date published: 2020-11-12
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Base Included Base Not Included
Brand Yardmaster
Fixings Supplied Fixings & Fittings Supplied
Footprint Depth 5050 mm
Footprint Width 2850 mm
Internal Depth 5000 mm
Internal Height 2190 mm
Internal Width 2800 mm
Manufacturer Guarantee 12 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
Nominal Depth 16' 6 "
Nominal Dimensions 9' 6" x 16' 6"
Nominal Width 9' 6 "
Outdoor Building Door Type 2 x Doors
Outdoor Building Roof Shape Apex
Overall Depth 5220 mm
Overall Height 2210 mm
Overall Width 2970 mm
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Shed
Resistant Type Corrosion-Resistant
Roof Panel Type 2 Translucent Roof Panels
Self-Assembly Self-Assembly
Total Product Weight 200 kg
Ventilation Type Ventilated

Product contents

Shed components, anchor fixings and assembly manual.


Instruction Manual

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