12 x 10 Wooden Shed
The Expert Apex is designed to provide the ideal wooden storage while giving the option of a fantastic workshop space. A large range of sizes, wide opening double doors and plenty of headroom make the expert apex a versatile building, perfect for any garden.
BillyOh Expert Tongue and Groove Apex Workshop with Dual Entrance
The Expert Apex with Dual Entrance gives improved access to your building, without compromising on space, perfect for a home workshop or storage.
BillyOh Expert Tongue and Groove Reverse Apex Workshop
The Expert can be used as a traditional storage shed for all of your garden essentials, alternatively, it is ideal for use as a home workshop. Spacious and with generous headroom, there is plenty of space to work with.
Our 12 x 10 sheds come pre-cut in ready-to-assemble tongue and groove panels. This means that you and a friend can follow the assembly instructions provided with your order and (using some basic tools) have your 12 x 10 shed up in no time.
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You can keep a wooden shed dry by installing vents and aerating it as much as possible (even during the coldest months of the year). This will allow fresh air to circulate through your shed, preventing a build-up of moisture.
Heating your shed can also be an effective means of keeping damp under control. If your shed has mains power, then a tubular or electric heater is definitely worth considering, in order to keep the internal temperature above the point where moisture can cause damp and mould. For a complete rundown of how to damp-proof and insulate your shed, check out this guide.
Always check with your local authority but any shed that isn’t:
- More than 2.5m high at the eaves, and 3m high at the ridge (4m if a double pitched roof)
- Extending beyond the front of the house
- Taller than 2.5m if within 2m of a boundary
- Larger than 50% of your garden’s size
Shouldn’t require planning permission, meaning you can buy a 12 x 10 shed under ‘permitted development’. For more, see our guide to planning permission.