A practical pent building for less
If you're looking for basic general storage for your garden on a tight budget, then the 20 Rustic Economy Overlap Pent is a great solution. With a money-saving rustic 'waney' timber construction, it's ideal for the entry-level gardener who needs somewhere to keep their equipment. This construction style features panels of rustic-looking irregular timber instead of straight, uniform boards, giving it a charming traditional appearance.
The modular design of this building allows you to choose the position of your doors and windows. This makes your building even more practical and gives you the option to tailor the building style to your liking.
A budget storage solution
For all your regular storage needs, the 20 Rustic Economy Pent will get the job done whilst saving you money. Fill it with everything you need for gardening, including your tools, compost and plant pots. Place your garden furniture inside when not in use to keep it out of the weather and in good condition. Or store any other of your lower value items out of the way, for a tidy and organised house and garden.
With the special pent roof of this building, you'll have a flatter and more even ceiling than the average shed, which could make storing your belongings simpler. As well as this, the eaves and ridge height is similar to our higher-spec buildings, meaning that the average adult will be able to stand up inside without hitting their head.
The natural outer shell
The rustic construction of this building is what makes it such good value. Waney-edged timber is used for the panels, which is a less expensive material than straight-cut. But 'waney' timber actually has another advantage, other than its low price tag. Its rough and rustic finish provides the shed with a natural, classic style which is sure to look fantastic in your garden.
Constructed from standard thickness European-graded softwood, this building is a money-saving economy solution that's best suited for your lighter intensity storage needs. As the name suggests, the overlap construction style means that the boards are literally placed in an overlapping formation – in contrast to a tongue and groove building which firmly interlocks the boards together for a stronger construction. If you're interested in a premium, more durable alternative to this shed, please take a look at the buildings in our higher-numbered ranges.