Power Pent Bike Sheds
The most durable wooden bike shed ever made. Precision-manufactured, high-grade timber, water resistant. No other bike shed is like our bike shed.
Arrange this bike shed how you want as you assemble it. Power adapts to your garden. This may be the last shed you'll ever have to buy. You can have the doors on either the low side of the bike shed, or the high side.
Delivery Lead Time: 7-14 Days
High grade, slow grown Scandinavian softwood
Superior rounded four corner framing
44x28mm doubled up to create 44x56mm
Roof & Floor
High grade, tongue and groove Scandinavian softwood
Roof & Floor Thickness
Well braced tongue and groove double doors with press lock and key
1496 (wide) x1306 (high) mm
High side - 1634mm
Low side - 1573mm
High side - 1566mm
Low side - 1461mm
How to Make a Shed Base
All of our garden sheds require a firm and level base. When thinking about where the garden building and base is going to be constructed you should:
- Ensure that there will be access to all sides for maintenance work and annual treatment.
- Remember not to place the base too close to any walls or fences, as there may be a slight overhang on the roof of the garden building which may come into contact with the wall or fence.
- Ensure the base is level and is built on firm ground, to prevent distortion. Refer to PowerSheds.com for base dimensions.
- Consider when placing the base next to trees or large bushes as this could cause problems from overhanging branches, especially if these are likely to grow and come into contact with the building in the future and could cause the felt to rip.
We do offer a Power Shed Base Kit as an optional extra.
The base is slightly smaller than the external measurement of the building, i.e. the cladding should overhang the base, creating a run for water. It is recommended that the floor is at least 25mm above the surrounding ground level to avoid flooding.
If you have not chosen to purchase our Power Base then other suitable bases would include a concrete base (75mm of concrete on top of 75mm of hardcore) or a paving slab base (slabs laid on top of 50mm of sharp sand).