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Of course it would affect the warranty...
Angela T.
· 26 July 2018
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Any shed can be broken open with enough effort and a crowbar. This one is no better or worse than the average timber shed.
mattblack
· 22 October 2015
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Regarding Factor 6 shed. If your shed is in an exposed location then you should locate your shed base on a level concrete foundation (minimum 3" thick concrete on a 3" aggregate foundation. Fix 8 anchor bolts to secure the plastic shed base to the concrete foundation. The base has 8 locations for the anchor bolts- See … see more Regarding Factor 6 shed. If your shed is in an exposed location then you should locate your shed base on a level concrete foundation (minimum 3" thick concrete on a 3" aggregate foundation. Fix 8 anchor bolts to secure the plastic shed base to the concrete foundation. The base has 8 locations for the anchor bolts- See shed erection instructions. see less Regarding Factor 6 shed. If your shed is in an exposed location then you should locate your shed base on a level concrete foundation (minimum 3" thick concrete on a 3" aggregate foundation. Fix 8 anchor bolts to secure the plastic shed base to the concrete foundation. The base has 8 locations for the anchor bolts- See shed erection instructions.
S S.
· 02 June 2014
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No
Dela-Marie Gbekor
· 05 January 2019
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Depends if it is in stock, when you start your order you can check delivery fates
Pauline Dorrington
· 11 June 2019
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Yes it does.It is integrated in to the support strut that runs down the centre of the Shed for the roofing
David C Leach
· 19 March 2017
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The roof is slotted into the main roof ridge spar, then screwed down along the outer edge. This makes it very hard to take on and off. Screws are also likely to lose their bite into the plastic after a few times. Would not recommend doing this.
Anon
· 24 April 2019
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As long as the ground is level & firm should be OK. .
MIKE IDE
· 16 December 2017