3015 Garden Shed

All the space for your tools without taking up too much room in your backyard. The 3015 garden shed is a great size to fit your lawn mower and garden tools.

Getting To Know The 3015 Garden Shed

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Colour options

Multiple colour option available


Semi Timber Fram Render

Semi-Timber Frame

A garden shed without a timber frame is like a human without a backbone. So to create a shed that stands up to New Zealand's harsh environment, without being harsh on the pocket, we've used 'timber where it counts'. This design philosophy combined with streamlined manufacturing processes allows us to offer a range of garden sheds that are a step above the rest in value for money.

Advanced water runoff medium

Advanced Water Run Off

Surely everybody wants a weatherproof garden shed? It’s important then, that water flows away from your shed to ensure your valuable gear is kept dry. The unique design of our sheds ensures that water is not trapped on or around them. 

Duratuf timber frame sheds feature a unique construction method where the cladding is nailed to the top and bottom plates. This method ensures that water runs away from the shed easily as there are no channels to trap leaves, dirt and water that will leak, or sit and corrode the cladding. (Fig. 1)

Conventional shed designs require a channel at the top and bottom of the shed to hold the cladding together. (Fig. 2)

Antirust steel cladding

0.3mm Hi-Tensile Cladding

Duratuf Semi Timber Frame garden sheds feature a hi-tensile, deep ribbed 0.30 gauge steel cladding. Roll-formed in our factory in Hamilton, New Zealand, it is available in a classic non-rust Zinc/Aluminium finish, or your choice of four popular colour options.

For your further peace of mind our Semi Timber Framed sheds are backed up by a full 20 Year Warranty on all steel cladding. (Conditions apply)

Treated Timber top bottom medium

Treated Timber Top & Bottom Plates

Duratuf Semi Timber Frame garden sheds incorporate a treated 45 x 45mm timber plate top and bottom that locks together at the corners.

As well as providing superior strength, it creates an excellent platform to enable you to shelve out your garden shed, hang up your valuable gear and maximise your storage capacity.

NZ Made medium

Superior NZ Made Quality

When you invest in a Duratuf garden shed, you are investing in a New Zealand made quality product that you can rely on.

Manufactured on home turf means that the product is suited to New Zealand conditions. Further to that, only the best materials are used, from NZ grown timber through to premium hi-tensile steel and quality fastenings.

Keeping Kiwis in jobs plays an important role in our community and gives the added assurance of controlled quality
during manufacture, coupled with a locally backed warranty - we’ll be here if you need us!

timber floor

Solid Timber Floor Kit

Duratuf Timber floor kits create a strong, level working platform that fit inside the shed and on top of the base plate, not underneath like other garden sheds. This has a number of advantages.

• It creates a level of access into the shed.
• The cladding extends past the floor level and stops water from leaking back into the shed.
• The extra weight inside the shed provides the exceptional hold-down ability.

The kit includes everything that you need including thick gauge timber floorboards, ground-treated H4 joists and galvanised nails.

Clear roof panel

Optional Clear Roof Panel

Clear roof panels provide UV free natural daylight in your shed. These are available as an option with any semi timber frame garden shed, and fits in place of one steel roof sheet.

concrete floor

Building A Concrete Floor Base

Step 1 - Establish the size of the shed and excavate a sufficient area. Remember to allow for a rear roof overhang of 80mm and 30mm for end walls.

Step 2 - Ensure that the base substrate is compacted firmly. We suggest that the slab should be 80mm thick in the middle and 100mm thick around the edges (Fig 2).

Step 3 - Lay boxing to the required size. The raised slab size should be 15mm smaller than the overall base size of the shed and at least 30mm above the ground line. See Fig. 1 

Step 4 - Lay plastic sheeting if required. Plastic sheeting under-slab will prevent moisture from coming through from underneath.

Step 5 - Pour concrete and screed flush.


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