With winter coming up, it’s important to make sure your shed is going to be able to withstand whatever weather Mother Nature throws at it. We’ve compiled some of the most commonly asked questions surrounded how to prepare your shed for winter, how to weatherproof your shed, and so much more. So take a look and see if your question has been answered…
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Great range of products from hardwood, sheet and soft. The team there are great – nothing is to much trouble. They all offer advise and most importantly a friendly welcome! Thank you.
I called them today to ask for pricing on fences, the gentleman was very polite and accommodating, said no stock due to bank holiday but would accommodate and make them up if needed, proper old fashion service and competitively priced, forget TP and the likes I will defo be using these guys in the future, well done whoever answered the phone.
Went in not knowing what I really wanted got some great advice and a great deal. Really approachable guy.
Winstanley Community College.
Excellent service and very helpful we always use whenever we need any wood for fencing, decking and diy… family members use them as well. great value for money for good quality wood.
Used sunningdale many times and can not fault them. Always happy to give advice and prices are excellent would recommend to everyone.
Tried the Heat logs and they do what they say on the tin – which in this day and age of marketing overload is refreshing! We recently tried burning wood as we ran out of heat logs and noticed the difference in amount of heat and the length of time they burned – can’t wait to get the store full again!
Bipin from LFE
The service from Sunningdale Timber is second to none! Fantastic communication and experienced staff!
Sheds provide a great place for storage, a workshop or just an escape, but unfortunately they can also be an easy target for thieves. Here at Sunningdale we understand just how important a shed can be, so we’ve put together a few tips to help you make sure your property is secure. Continue reading →
Despite their names, hardwood and softwood are not actually classified by how hard they are. The distinction is instead related to the type of trees that the wood comes from and the way in which they reproduce. Hardwood comes from broad leaved deciduous trees such as ash, beech, elm, cherry and alder.
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