Introducing FrameMaster Garden Sheds, built to withstand the rugged nature of New Zealand.
Engineered with exceptional strength, our sheds conquer any challenge nature throws.
Internal Frame I Built to last
The innovative new aluminium Frame Master provides even more rigidity to an already tried and true Kiwi design. The high strength, 60 x 25mm aluminium profile design opens up a world of opportunity to line/fit out and customize your shed like never before.
We’re so confident in the strength of our new design, that all of our Garden Master sheds now come with a 50-Year Warranty that we will stand by, even if you live in a high wind zone, provided the shed has been installed correctly. This also includes all the Garden Master sheds that do not have the Frame Master upgrade (in other words, the entire Garden Master range!)
Check out our all-new 3D shed builder and design your Frame Master upgraded Garden Master today!
Features / Specs
The Aluminum 60 x 25mm extrusion 25mm framing, with its superior strength, takes up less space in the shed while ensuring maximum durability and support.
The entire framing is powdercoated, providing exceptional protection while adding an attractive appearance. To join the garden shed frame at each corner and onto the uprights, robust plastic connectors are used.
Each FrameMaster Shed comes equipped with shelf slats, making it easy for you to create shelves. Simply source your preferred plywood from a local merchant, cut and fit it to the provided shelf slats, and you’ll have convenient shelves ready in no time.
With the Framemaster aluminum frame, the garden shed achieves exceptional strength.
Thanks to the Framemaster, installing Shadow boards and internal lining sheets in your garden shed becomes a breeze. Just pick up your lining sheets from a local merchant, and you can effortlessly start fitting them out within the shed.
Aluminium is the epitome of stable. It remains straight and true throughout the building process, which can save time and energy. It provides straighter walls and sharper corners.
Aluminium has a high strength-to-weight ratio which actually allows buildings to be built with less framing. That can mean a longer span and larger windows.
The shed is designed for easy assembly, with a user-friendly construction process.
Aluminium framing is about a 5th of the weight of its timber counterpart, so is easier to move around on site. That means great health and safety benefits for builders and labourers.
Aluminium simply does not absorb moisture. That is a benefit when building on wet sites as you don’t have to wait for framing to dry out to proceed with the build. It is also a long-term benefit with less chance of moisture retention in the shed.
If you experience the unfortunate event of a fire then the Aluminium framing will not add fuel to the fire because it does not burn.
There are several advantages to opting for a garden shed with an aluminium frame. These include:
Yes, an aluminium frame garden shed can withstand strong winds. Aluminium is a sturdy material that can provide excellent structural support. However, it is essential to ensure that the shed is properly anchored to the ground to enhance its stability during high winds.
Yes, aluminium frame garden sheds are generally designed to be easy to assemble. The lightweight nature of aluminium makes it easier to handle during the construction process. Most manufacturers provide detailed assembly instructions along with the necessary hardware for convenient installation.
Yes, one of the advantages of aluminium frame garden sheds is their versatility in terms of size and design. Garden Master offer customizable options to suit your specific needs. You can typically choose from various dimensions, door placements, window options, and other features to create a shed that fits your requirements.
Aluminium frames require minimal maintenance. They are resistant to rust and corrosion, so you won’t need to worry about painting or staining them.
Aluminium frame garden sheds can be made secure, but the level of security may depend on the additional features you choose. You can enhance security by selecting robust locking mechanisms for doors and windows, adding security bars, or installing an alarm system. Consider your specific security needs and discuss them with us to find suitable options.
Yes, it is possible to insulate an aluminium frame garden shed. Insulation can help regulate the temperature inside the shed, making it more comfortable for storage or use in different weather conditions. You can add insulation material to the walls, roof, and floor during or after the shed’s construction.
Aluminium frame garden sheds are known for their durability and longevity. With proper maintenance, they can last for many years. The lifespan can vary depending on factors such as climate, maintenance practices, and the overall quality of construction. However, an aluminium frame garden shed can typically last 20 years plus, GardenMaster has been in business for 50 years and still have original sheds still standing.
Yes, relocating an aluminium frame garden shed is generally easier compared to sheds made with heavier materials. The lightweight nature of aluminium makes it more manageable to disassemble