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The Main difference between a Wendy House and a Garden Shed is that the Wendy House is used for living in and it has windows and higher wall heights.
They have a higher wall height from the floor to the lowest point of the roof inside the unit, excluding the floor thickness of 100mm and the Apex of 300mm - according to customer’s request. This is before any bricks or blocks are taken into account.
Wendy Houses have Apex’ed roofs or Flat Roofs. Flat Roof units are our Economical Range and have Flat Slanted Corrugated Iron Roofs, and Apex Units have Pitched Corrugated Iron Roofs.
All our structures are built on an ’A’ frame system and have interlocking corners. Our studs (upright wall beams) are no further than 600mm apart ensuring the cladding is securely fixed. All Timber is pneumatically nailed with galvanized F-type gun nails, this reduces stress on the Timber and ensures that the cladding and framing is securely fixed.
All Timber is machined and not rough band saw material, this gives flat surfaces, better finishes and ensures that the Timber is securely flush against each other.
All our units come completely in kit-form and are Screwed together on site. This is most important as, if the unit ever needs to be moved or re-sold, it ensures easy dismantling and re-assembly. It also reduces noise levels on site. This also makes it possible for the units to be purchased in kit-form to be assembled by the DIY customer.
All our prices quoted include delivery and assembly in the Greater Cape Town Area.
The floors come in a 3 way pallet-form system consisting of three layers, the Top decking planks, the in between Mezzanine bearers no wider apart than 300mm and the Under struts.
Please note: our payment policy is 50% Deposit before construction, balance on date of delivery - cash or EFT.