The below FAQs are related to our Albany sheds, if you have questions about any other products please contact us.
Q: What are your sheds treated with?
A: Where factory treatment is specified we use a base coat of water based Albany Brown treatment.
Q: Do you use chipboard on floors and roofs?
A: No we use tongue and groove, except on the cottage where we use solid butt jointed boards.
Q: Do your sheds come with felt?
A: Yes they come with everything you need: felt, glass, fixings and trims.
Q: Can you assemble my item?
A: Yes in a lot of cases we can, please call for more information.
Q: What do I need to put my shed onto?
A: You need a solid level base to support the shed floor – see the base requirements link for more information.
Q: How often do I have to treat my shed?
A: If the shed is factory treated we recommend you re treat your shed within 6 months and from then on annually. If it is supplied untreated you need to treat it straight away.
Q: Can you make a shed to my requirements?
A: Some models can be altered, contact us for more information.
Q: Do you use Redwood or Whitewood?
A: Both, but we only buy timber of a certain grade.
Q: Are the timber sizes quoted finished sized?
A: Yes they are the sizes after machining.
Q: Which way do the floor joists run on your sheds?
A: It varies depending on the size or model – please check if crucial.
Q: Is your timber from sustainable sources?
A: Yes, most is FSC or PEFC certified.
Q: Will I need planning permission?
A: Planning permission may be required on larger buildings depending on size and location – please check with your local council if unsure. We may be able to make certain buildings lower to avoid planning permission if necessary. It is the customer’s responsibility to check if planning is required.