Spanbilt Yardsaver 2.105 x 2.105 x 2.025m Gable Roof Colour G66 Single Door Garden Shed (CO-G66) (Colorbond Colour: Classic Cream)
Need lots of outdoor storage? For your gardening gear and mower? Camping gear? Tools and painting gear? You’ll probably fit it all in this big, gable-roof, garden shed. Yes, we have bigger sheds, but if you add some wall hooks and shelving, you’ll be surprised how much fits in this one.
Ideal Storage for ...
This mid-size Gable roof shed is one of the most popular, a symmetrical footprint and a very versatile size that works in most backyards and settings
- Pool Gear and Outdoor Furniture
- Gardening Gear
- Lawnmowers and Blowers
- Tools, Ladders and Work Benches
- Bicycles & Cycling Gear
|Width x Depth||2105mm x 2105mm|
|Height Wall / Gable||1800mm / 2025mm|
Region A, Region B & Region C (up to C2 with cyclonic kit upgrade)
DIY garden shed assembly review - quite a lot of wBy: CameronT on 20 September 2014I bought the green 2.1 x 2.1m shed for my garden and the project has been more intensive than I expected. It took me over two full days to assemble the unit due to both the many pieces in the flatpack delivery crate (there are 400 screws included and every face is made up from multiple narrow panels) and also that I had to work alone and unassisted. It also took me two days to mix and pour the 2.2 x 2.2 x 0.1m slab for the shed to sit on (almost 0.5 cu.m, which is a lot of loads in an electric concrete mixer). I did not open the crate until had already built the concrete slab and it was then that I found the assembly instructions had a recommendation on building the slab with a rebate/lip around it to keep water out of the shed - so read the instructions for the shed *before* building the slab! You do need to read through all the instructions before beginning assembly anyway as the process has a large number of steps and there are many different parts to fit in particular places. Generally the manufacturing accuracy of the parts was adequate, although a few places I had to push and manipulate hard in order to get adjacent components to interface correctly. Also the finished door seems to not exactly fit the assembled door frame as accurately as to not appear skewed or with gaps the weather could get in. I had to drill a few additional holes where overlapping cover plates/strips didn't quite line up with where it appeared they should. But by and large the process was fulfilling, at times enjoyable, once it was all complete. If you like doing it all yourself and have the time then this is a good project. it would definitely be quicker if two people were working on it together. I had to use ropes and poles to hold up the various walls in alignment so that could screw each together in turn at the mating corners! :)