Dunster House Ltd.
Est. 1994
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.
Heavy Duty Framework
Our Wheelie Bin Stores have slatted walls, door, roof and rear panels built onto a solid framework (42mm posts) perfect to withstand harsh weather and rough handling.
Rear Wall - Freestanding
Our wheelie bin store includes a rear wall, so that it can be located away from anything else, in a free-standing position and does not need to be up against a wall, fence, hedge... This allowing greater freedom to locate it in the most suitable spot of the garden.
Spacious Interior
The generous interior volume of the wheelie bin store means that there is plenty of room to move a standard 240-Litre bin into position or wheel it out.
No Floor Lip
The framework of the Wheelie Bin Store has no lower lip to bump the bins over, so it is easy to get them in and out even being in a hurry. It is specially useful in rainy conditions, or when the bins are full and heavy.
Stay Arm
A wooden stay arm swings out into place as you open the roof-panels, holding them safely in place until you’re ready to release each one. This way it is possible to use both hands and not strain when placing items in the bins.
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!
Specification
External Width: 2.49m (8' 2")
External Depth: 0.86m (2' 9")
Ridge Height: 1.37m (4' 5")
Internal Eaves Height: 1.35m (4' 5")
Internal Width: 2.47m (8' 1")
Internal Depth: 0.84m (2' 9")
Timber:

Pressure Treated

Internal Area (m2): 2.08m2
Doors:

2 Front + 2 Opening Roof Lids

 

 

Door Fastening

Turn Button Catch