Everything starts with a foundation that is flat and level. If the foundation is not level, meaning you have to work with spacers, you will create an opening under the frame through which water can penetrate.
If you intend to make us of a concrete surface, it is important that this is as smooth as possible to prevent water passing underneath as much as possible. Porous concrete, joints, etc. will not result in an absolute seal.
Our sheds have been tested for wind resistance. However, it goes without saying that it is important to ensure the anchoring is done correctly. We supply standard anchor bolts suitable for a concrete surface.
Note! These foundation tips are only suggestions and are not to be construed as technical advice. The customer is solely responsible for the provision of an appropriate foundation. We cannot be held liable for any damage caused by the shed either not being anchored or being insufficiently anchored.
You can choose to insulate your shed, depending on the type of items you want to store in it. The roof comes insulated as standard, but the outer walls are not. You can place flexible 8 cm thick rockwool between the profiles. You can then neatly finish the inside with a Telluria inner wall.
Holes are provided at various places in the profiles for feeding electricity provisions through. You must put the electricity provisions in place before starting the construction.