Dunster House Ltd.
Est. 1994
Pressure Treated Floor Bearers
By pressure treating our floor bearers we protect the lowest part of the building from rot and insect infestation. This forces the treatment deep into the timber using a large pressure treatment tank. Due to this costly but effective process the bearers are protected for years against rot and insect infestation.
No glued together offcuts
We only use full lengths of timber in our garden buildings - we don't glue separate offcut pieces together with finger joints. Not only are they stronger, but they look much better too.
Pressure Treated
The slow-grown spruce timber used for this shed is pressure treated against fungal decay and insect infestation. This is an intensive treatment process which gives far higher-quality and longer-lasting results than dip-treatment. Unlike others on the market, even the framework is pressure treated to ensure it lasts.
Fixings Included
We include all the screws, nails and fixings needed to put the garden building together. There is no need to worry about the type of screws or length of nails. Everything is in the pack!
Please Note:

All Sizes are Approximate

External Width: 1.80m (5' 10")
External Depth: 2.40m (7' 10")
Internal Width: 1.62m (5' 3")
Internal Depth: 2.22m (7' 3")
Internal Area (m2): 3.59m2
Ridge Height: 1.90m (6' 2")
Roof: 11mm Tongue and Groove Timber
Walls: 19mm Tongue and Groove Timber

Pressure Treated

100% Spruce
Floor: 11mm Tongue and Groove Timber
Floor Bearers:

Pressure Treated

Door Opening Size: 1.58m x 0.64m (5' 2" x 2' 1")
Adjustable Storm Braces:


Approx. DIY Assembly Time: 1-2 Days*
*This is an approximate time only, based on 2 people. Assembly time may vary depending on season/weather conditions, foundation type, ability of those constructing, etc.
Please Note:

All fixings needed for assembly are supplied

Please Note:

All wood is planed, pre-cut (with the exception of trims), and pre-notched for quick and easy construction.