Lifelong steel sheds also make a range of garage buildings. The standard sizes are 3.96 and 4.56 metres (13 and 15ft) wide with a dept of 4.1 to 7.1 metres (13'3" to 30ft). The standard garage has a manual 2.44 metre roll up door (8ft) and a standard personal door on the side. An automatic door may also be used. For extra strength the front of the garage is made from steel which is double the standard size that is 80x40x3mm. Considering the weight of a car or other equipment one might expect to have in a garage, it would not be possible to have a timber floor. A concrete floor or base must therefore be provided. We recommend, if the base is not already in place, that the hard core be put in first, next build the garage on the hard core and then pour the concrete base. This helps to seal the floor preventing moisture getting in between the floor and the base. For more details on the requirements for the base please ask your distributer.
|Width||3.96m (13')||4.56m (15')|
|Depth||4.1m (13'3")||7.1m (30')|
|Roll Up Door||2.44m (8')|
"Had my garden shed for almost 3 years and it's still as strong as the day it was installed. It looks good and is showing barely no signs of wear."
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