A question that I have been getting asked a lot today is, how long does it take for the shed, summerhouse, garage, playhouse, to be delivered?
For us, our company, for a bespoke high quality product that’s handmade in our workshop, you can expect to wait up to six to eight weeks for delivery.
However, there are alternatives out there if you need something a lot quicker and maybe just for a temporary fix.
Companies like Waltons, you can order direct from them online, they have a cladding of 12 mm thick, and you can expect to be waiting up to two to five days for their product.
The likes of B&Q, Homebase or Wickes, they all have a very similar specification of shed that comes in at seven mm thick, so really that’s not going to last you that long, a year to 18 months tops, but if that’s all you’re needing it for, go to them and pick that up from store. They also have an online option.
The other company is one that I have done a review on, which is TGB Sheds.
They have agents throughout the country, and the one that I was looking at in particular is A1 Sheds from Edinburgh.
They have their own show area and you can go there and buy a shed and uplift it on the day and assemble it yourself, or they offer that service.
They don’t have a specified lead time run for the actual delivery and assembly that I could find, but I would imagine it would be in the realms of two to four weeks from order, as it is mostly for that type of product.
If you are looking for a bespoke high quality build that’s hand crafted in Scotland, then you’re looking at about six to eight weeks from order.
If you’re looking for a quick fix, then there is uplift straightaway on the day that you want it from companies like A1 Sheds.
If you want to buy online, they all offer that service to have it delivered direct to you, but then you would have to assemble it yourself.
You can therefore do a bespoke build at six to eight weeks, online at two to five days, or in person at a branch that has these buildings in stock.