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    Default My new shed <3! U/D they moved in today (page 4)

    Has arrived!

    Yayy!!

    I don't think anyone has ever been this excited by a shed ever! It's 6 x 5 foot and lovely just under 5 foot at the back (i'm 5 foot so I didn't need it tall!) and about 5.5 foot at the front!

    It's fabulous So well made, and the joints made it so easy to insulate and board coz of their spacing.

    The guy was fab, put it up super quick. It's such good quality too and he does specific sizes and can edit it as you wish! Let me know if you want to know the eBay seller, he's very reasonable in terms of price.

    I asked him to put 2 windows in (30 extra), and a stable door (15 extra). I am such a happy bunny today




    To show how good the inside is:





    Space blanket is strange stuff


    Next plans:
    -make opening window
    -stain inside
    -screw on rail for storage of cleaning stuffs
    -screw metal onto the bottom of the door to prevent nomming
    -squeeze bunnies!
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    Where did you get it from? How much if you don't mind me asking? Looks fab!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wondergirl View Post
    Where did you get it from? How much if you don't mind me asking? Looks fab!!!
    I got it from here: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...T#ht_720wt_905

    seller name 7431kevin, if the link dies at some point

    I needed a specific size, with the door in the middle and that type of roof so I ended up asking him if he could do a specific size bike shed - taller, and bigger. He said yep, he does that a lot!

    Cost me 270 total with the extras, including 25 for delivery and him to put it up took him 30 mins speedy!

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    That looks nice

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    Looks nice. Bet you'll have fun setting it up for the buns.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Duchess View Post
    Looks nice. Bet you'll have fun setting it up for the buns.
    I think fun should be in inverted commas It's fun to a certain point, but also time consuming! Also, I broke a bag of space blanket, so I'm all itchy that part isn't fun

    I've been planning this for soo long that I have specifics of EXACTLY what I want, so highly strung about this that I have a feeling I'll burst into tears at the smallest thing Going to be an emotional project this one!

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    That looks like really good quality.

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    Looks very well made, I was looking at this seller last night, thinking how reasonalble he was ESPECIALLY to erect it too !! ( I paid 120 for waltons to erect my playhouse)

    Only thing I was wondering, was is the roof made with? Is it just wood or felt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunsterfied View Post
    Looks very well made, I was looking at this seller last night, thinking how reasonalble he was ESPECIALLY to erect it too !! ( I paid 120 for waltons to erect my playhouse)

    Only thing I was wondering, was is the roof made with? Is it just wood or felt?
    When I saw this I rushed downstairs to take a pic before it was dark, I needn't have bothered since the forum was down nearly all night

    It's boarded up and then has 'felt' (that gritty stuff ) on top too, with a little right around too. Very stable and waterproof It has 3 struts across to secure it nice and tight too





    couple of pics for you! And yes that's the roof from inside I took the picture portrait, and then the computer has switch it so it looks weird but it's the roof!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunsterfied View Post
    Looks very well made, I was looking at this seller last night, thinking how reasonalble he was ESPECIALLY to erect it too !! ( I paid 120 for waltons to erect my playhouse)

    Only thing I was wondering, was is the roof made with? Is it just wood or felt?
    When I saw this I rushed downstairs to take a pic before it was dark, I needn't have bothered since the forum was down nearly all night

    It's boarded up and then has 'felt' (that gritty stuff ) on top too, with a little right around too. Very stable and waterproof It has 3 struts across to secure it nice and tight too





    couple of pics for you! And yes that's the roof from inside I took the picture portrait, and then the computer has switch it so it looks weird but it's the roof!

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