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Tin shed

Hello All

I'm looking for a metal shed for bicycle approx. 3mx2mm.

It will be fitted on our concrete driveway and then possibly moved later on a proper concrete base.

I've done some web search, read some lots of reviews which varies a lot for the same products. Therefore, I’m calling on the Power of Blatchat for first-hand experience which one to get.

Cheers

Jack

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They do suffer from condensation which is much less of a problem with timber.

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They also get lovely and hot in the sun which helps dry the wetsuits that get left in ours. I fitted a solar powered electric fan to get some airflow which I think helps everything dry that little bit quicker.

1.6K Roadsport SV

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Doug, electric fan is a clever idea. I've got one that is the worst buy ever. I've now got a big steel industrial unit type building in the back garden. Solar panels is next, fan is a good call.

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That's one very narrow shed Arrow Right Arrow Left

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What's wrong with a wooden one ,,,,or B Q ,plastic one they seem to sell lots over here ,no rot or painting to worry about ,,,metal  ,,,,,no ,no in my opinion ,,

Derek 

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Had two of these for over 10 years  -  very happy with them, easy to build and anchor. Also survived a few moves aroung the garden

https://www.trimetals.co.uk/shop/bike-storage/

 

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I recently bought one of these for storing bikes in.  I think I was their first customer.  A couple of niggles with the build but very happy with the result.

https://www.tuffboxes.co.uk/product-category/bike-storage/

 

 

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These guys are about 2 minutes from my house, I hear good things about them but have to admit to not having tired anything:

https://www.cyclepods.co.uk/