Dip Treated

Dip treated sheds have the more traditional preservative treatment that gives the familiar "cedar red" finish to wooden garden sheds. All of our dip treated sheds come with a 10 year guarantee against rot, when supported with annual retreatment, and we have a wide variety of styles including tongue-and-groove or overlap construction as well as pent or apex roofs.

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  • Why would I want a dip-treated shed?
  • Apex Roof
  • Pent Roof

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
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