Dip Treated Sheds – Key Features Explained
- Why would I want a dip-treated shed?
- Dip Treated Sheds – Key Features Explained
The process of dip-treating timber is the most common method of applying preservative in bulk and is easily recognised by the attractive cedar-red finish that it leaves. The process achieves a similar preservative coating to brushing or spraying, but this happens at the factory – saving you time and effort. It is necessary to reapply a preservative treatment periodically to ensure your shed lasts.
Apex sheds have superb headroom and storage room as a result of their sloping eaves; The sloping eaves allow water to run off the roof, keeping your shed watertight Puddles of water will not form, meaning that the chance of timber decay due to water damage is limited The sloping eaves have a pleasing and traditional style, typical of a classic shed. Pent sheds feature one sloping roof panel, highest at the door end of the she. This acts to deflect water off of the top of your shed; Reduced chance of rot or water leakage Uniquely compact and attractive appearance
Manufactured using rough sawn boards that are finished with a surface treatment applied at the factory. Our overlap panels feature; Low maintenance Practical outer shell Rustic appearance Overlap style offers effective water deflection These sheds are constructed using a system of interlocking tongue and groove boards. The tight fitting construction provides enhanced protection against the elements; Interlocking panels create a more robust structure Superior water protection Stylish finish