We have 4 options available to you for the cladding finish on any of our products.
Overlap is the most simple and easy to produce cladding for a wooden shed. The overlap build style features horizontal panels overlapping each other, with the bottom of each slat going over the top of the next.
Matchboard by definition is a board with a groove cut along one edge and a tongue along the other so as to fit snugly with the edges of similarly cut boards.
Originally used to waterproof ships, shiplap is a type of wood panelling with a rabbet (groove) cut at the top and bottom of each board so that they overlap to form a tight seal.
Loglap pieces together using the popular tongue and groove system and has a curved finish replicating a similar finish to a log cabin.
Along with traditional felted roofs, we also offer both a rubber roof and Onduline corrugated sheet roof,
as an alternative finish to all of our sheds and summer houses.
Here at The Shed Store we use the Cuprinol Garden Shades range to colour our units, this can be a full cover of 1 or 2 colours or include some neutral pieces too all to your own taste. Just let us know what you desire when enquiring for us to give a quote.
Start by choosing the right building for your needs...
WINDOWS AND DOORS
decide where you would like to have your doors and windows positioned...
choose from our large selction of colours available...