Wooden Shed Guide
Cutdown Service for Timber Sheds
If you do not have a side access with no restriction to height, a cutdown service will be required to get your shed into your back garden.
This involves cutting the shed into smaller parts so that it can be taken through the house and assembled. This does not affect the integrity of the shed or the appearance of it afterwards. It may however affect the duration of assembly. If you do not let our team know you require a cutdown service at the time of order, you can pay for this service on the day.
We cannot proceed with assembling any shed where there is no obvious access without a cutdown service.
Length x Width
Unlike their Steel counterparts, Wooden Sheds are measures Length by Width. A 6×8 Standard Wooden Shed would be 6ft Long, 8ft Wide. As all Wooden builds are all custom made, it is vital that you double-check your measurements before confirming an order.
Timber Sheds go on Blocks
Building directly on grass can cause a wooden shed to warp or get directly damaged by damp. These issues are avoided by building simply our wooden shed on blocks. You will need to have these ready for the builder on the day of the assembly. You can see how many blocks you will need for your shed here.
Built to Order
Our Wooden Sheds are all built to order – they are not available flat-packed.
This means you can customise your shed to suit your needs, but it also means that you need to be sure of your sale before confirming it!
Call us on 018644247 or message us on Facebook to have answer questions answered.
Made in Ireland
All of our Wooden Sheds are made right here in Ireland!
Wood Vs Steel Sheds
Read the difference between the two here.