Easy to purchase and assemble
If you want to purchase one of our products, you can easily do so online, or you can visit our display sites in Devon and Leeds. Our range of wooden garden sheds starts with 6×6 small garden sheds, followed by 8×6 and 10×8 medium sheds and finally 14×10 large garden sheds. Most of our storage sheds have double doors. For big-time gardeners, we have a few double sheds to offer. A double shed is a smart way to keep your garden equipment in order and find things quickly and easily. You can also use one part of the cabin as a storage shed and the other half as a workshop. We offer a wide variety of wooden sheds, but if you can’t find what you’re looking for, we’re happy to help you order a bespoke shed.
The Hansa Garden flat-pack log cabins are mostly one or two-day DIY projects that can be carried out by two adults using tools and assembly instructions, so building your own shed has never been easier. If you have some DIY experience, you can assemble your shed in a matter of days. Our garden sheds come with general assembly instructions detailing all the steps of the assembly. You will also receive a detailed product manual specific to your garden shed. If you have any questions regarding our products or the installation process, feel free to contact us. We are happy to help and we also offer assembly services.
Quicker than building your own shed from scratch
Building a wooden garden shed from scratch can be a difficult and time-consuming process. Even a 6×4 wooden shed DIY project can take weeks to complete. While building your own shed can be a rewarding experience, it can also be time-consuming and stressful. Unless you are an experienced carpenter, building a garden storage shed in two days is very unlikely. If you are looking for a quick solution, you’ve come to the right place! Our log cabin kits can be assembled at home by a DIY enthusiast, but we also offer assembly services. Our professional team can set up your garden log cabin within a day or two, so you’ll be able to enjoy your brand new log cabin shed, office, or hobby room soon after your purchase. Our products come securely wrapped in waterproof packing so you don’t have to worry about keeping them packed for a while until you are ready to build your log cabin.
Extra storage space
The need for extra storage space is a major incentive when it comes to buying a garden storage shed. Choosing a high-quality shed will allow you to keep your tools and equipment safe and secure without worrying about weather changes. If you are looking for a small wooden shed, you can opt for ‘Nora A Shed’, which makes a perfect workshop and storage log cabin. If, however, you prefer large garden sheds that can accommodate all of your hobbies and activities, you can check out our very popular ‘Double Garden Storage Shed Type B’ and ‘Double Shed Type C’.
Most people reach our website because they have different questions about the prices of log cabins. Some people wonder what is the cheapest type of shed, how much garden sheds cost, and whether buying a garden shed is cheaper than building a log cabin from scratch. With prices starting from £4,000, our garden sheds are the easiest and cheapest option if you need garden storage shed ASAP.
It is important to mention that cheaper garden sheds usually have thin walls of 18mm, 19mm, and 28mm. The quantity of wood used to make a cabin represents 50-70% of the total cabin price. Our sheds have thick walls starting from 44mm, so our products may seem more expensive, but they are a better choice because thick walls make our sheds sturdier and stronger. While a very small 2×2 garden shed can be sturdy enough with 28mm walls, large garden sheds, like the ones that we offer, require thicker walls. Click here to learn what makes our garden sheds a better option.
Wooden garden sheds are durable
People always ask us how long a wooden shed lasts. With proper maintenance and treatment, our sheds can last for decades. And as mentioned above, garden sheds with thick 44mm walls are much more durable than those with thinner walls. Check our blog regularly to learn more about how to make a log cabin last longer.