How to assemble

How to assemble

Garden Master sheds are easy to assemble

For step by step instructions scroll down this page, or we have a comprehensive instructional video library.
Watch the videos

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Boxed sheds

The boxed shed is delivered in smaller pieces making handling and transporting easier and more economical. Your shed will come broken down in one cardboard box and in most cases a longer plastic wrapped channel pack. The door is pre-assembled and pre-hinged, meaning they are still easy to assemble. Comes complete with screws, rivets and a drill bit. (installation DVD) Floor sold separately.

Every shed needs a floor

Options are either existing concrete, specially poured concrete or wooden floors. Shed Flooring Instructions for information on flooring and it’s relevant assembly instructions.

Assembly videos

Assembly couldn’t be easier

It’s a simple job for two

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1. Overlap Sheets

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2. Drill, rivet & join

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3. Fit Channels

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4. Fix Channels

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5. Fit & Fix “L” Flash

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6. Join Corners

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7. Join Corners

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8. Fit Roof

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9. Fix Roof

Assembly is easy

Tools Required

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Boxed shed only start here

Step 1.

Unpack and read the instructions. Have your tools on hand

Join the sheets to form the wall panels (pictures 1 and 2)

Fix channels to top and bottoms at every 2nd rib (pictures 3 and 4)

On the roof sections, also fit and fix “L” flash (picture 5)

Bear in mind your door is already assembled and pre-hinged by our team.

Complete all panels as per above and have them ready to erect your shed.

Panel sheds start here (box sheds continue)

Step 2.

Now just join your corners (pictures 6 and 7).

Step 3.

Slip the roof on and fix to the four walls (see picture 8 and 9).

Caution:
Do not attempt in wet or windy conditions. Hand and foot protection must be worn. Make sure your shed is well secured to foundations (Download floor plan PDF).

Need help assembling?

If you would rather someone else do this, we suggest you get in contact with one of our assembly providers.

Kitset assembly services

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0508 4 KITSET

www.kitsetassemblyservices.co.nz