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Rowlinson Shiplap Patio Chest

Please note: sent direct from the manufacturer please allow 7-10 days for delivery.
Keep your garden or courtyard neat and tidy with the help of this Shiplap Patio Chest from Rowlinsons. Designed to keep garden tools, outdoor games etc etc. protected from the weather as well as safely out of sight.
 
For easy access it has a full size hinged lid. It has an attractive honey-brown finish to the timber and neat shiplap cladding and weatherproof mineral felt roof.
£184.99
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12mm Shiplap Cladding – consisting of wooden panels that overlap in such a way that they create a flatter surface and more weather resistant than other types of cladding. All four sides of the store are supplied as complete panels ready to be joined together, helping reduce the time required for assembly.

Dipped Honey-Brown Finish – for a traditional, attractive finish to the patio chest.

OSB Floor Panel With Bearers – three bearers are supplied to attach to the underside of the floor panel.  It should be noted that this Patio Chest is designed to be stood on hard standing and is not to be stood on the ground. The hard standing must be free draining as it can not be allowed in sit in pooled water during wet conditions.

OSB Roof Panel – supplied as one panel to form the complete roof. This is hinged at the back with large T-hinges. A stay bar is included to secure to the inside of the chest and provide a secure support to hold the lid open when required.

Mineral Roofing Felt – this traditional style roofing felt helps to waterproof the roof panels and protect your garden chest from the elements. It’s easy to install once you have the roof panel in place. It’s provided as one piece so there are no overlaps and is held in place using 13mm felt nails.

Dimensions :
External Height At Back - 3ft / 92cm 
External Width - 3ft 11in / 120cm 
External Depth - 2ft 4½in / 72cm 
These external dimensions include the roof overhang.
Internal Width - 3ft 6in / 106.5cm 
Internal Depth - 1ft 11in /58cm 
Footprint
– 3ft 6in / 106.5cm  wide x 1ft 11in /58cm  deep.
 
Made in Britain. 

Self-Assembly
Supplied with comprehensive instructions, you will need the following tools during assembly: power drill / screwdriver, 3mm drill bit, cross head screwdriver bit, hammer, spirit level, sharp knife and tape measure. 

Delivery
Despatched direct from the manufacturer please allow 7-10 working days for delivery.
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Delivery
Despatched direct from the manufacturer please allow 7-10 working days for delivery. 

The delivery charge is £4.99 for most mainland addresses, however the following postcodes may require an additional charge for delivery – we will contact you prior to processing your order if this is the case:
KA, FK, KY, DD, PA, AB, IV, PH, PL, TR, SA.
Unfortunately this item can not be shipped to the following areas: 
Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Guernsey, Isle Of Man, Jersey, Kirkwall, Shetlands, Outer Hebrides, Lerwick and the Isle of Wight. 
 
Please Note : If you have ordered none 'Manufacturer Despatch' items as well as this product - these will be delivered separately.
 
Click Here to see instructions for assembling this chest.

Timber Information 
Shiplap buildings come ready stained but this is only a preparatory treatment. To validate the guarantee, the building must be properly treated with a recognised external wood preserver within 3 months of assembly and re-treated annually thereafter.
As timber is a natural material, there are certain weather conditions that may affect the materials properties. In times of excessive dry spells, the material may lose some of its internal moisture causing a certain degree of shrinkage on a panel and in periods of excessive rain there will be a certain amount of swelling throughout the wooden panels. This process can not be avoided. If you have problems with certain boards shrinking in dry spells, try to decrease the amount of direct sunlight on the building or the amount of air passing over the building. During hot spells spray water directly onto the panels with the aid of a garden hose.