Our range of BillyOh pent sheds includes metal, plastic, and timber models. But some of our most popular wooden pent sheds are listed below to help you make a decision:
BillyOh Pro Pent Log Cabin
The Pro Pent features a modern pent roof with an adaptable door position. This building boasts a range of options, including 8 sizes to make the most of your space. The building's security can also be upgraded with the thicker 28mm walls and/or pressure treatment.
BillyOh Bella Tongue and Groove Pent Summerhouse
The long and plentiful windows that wrap around the front gives the Bella an ultra-modern and stylish look. Whilst the adaptable door placement means you have the ultimate say in how the summerhouse looks in your garden.
BillyOh Master Tongue and Groove Pent Shed
The Master Pent Shed serves as an ideal storage building with a strong, durable T&G build. With a stylish and modern look it's sure to fit in any space.
BillyOh Mini Keeper Overlap Pent Store Shed
Designed specifically as a solution to bike and equipment storage, the Mini Keeper Pent Bike Store offers cost effective and secure storage with a minimal footprint.
A pent shed refers to the style of roof. A pent shed roof consists of one roof panel that slopes down from its highest point at the front of the shed (where the door/face is) towards the back of the shed. This allows for excellent run off and space to work without having the same height as an apex roof. It’s also a very popular, more modern design than a traditional apex.
With tongue and groove cladding, panels are designed to interlock. The result of this is smooth panels that comfortably join together, providing a clean finish with little to no visible join.
Tongue and groove cladding provides a huge amount of strength and durability to any wooden shed, thanks to its interlocking system. Because of this, the longevity of your shed will be increased, whilst offering more than enough protection against even the harshest weather Britain is capable of throwing at it. Click here for more on tongue and groove cladding.
A reverse pent shed refers to its roof. Like a pent shed, it will be made from only one panel or slope. But unlike a pent shed, where the highest point of the roof will be on the same face as the door and slope down towards the back, a reverse pent will slope across the face of the door and down to the side. This style works particularly well if placing a pent roof in a side passage, hard-up against a wall.
Pressure treatment refers to the process the timber in a shed undergoes. Instead of dip-treating the timber by painting on preservatives, the timber is sealed in a vacuum where chemicals and anti-rot preservatives are introduced. They penetrate much deeper beneath the surface of the wood and therefore, offer better protection for longer against rot, decay, and insect infestation.
Our BillyOh pent sheds come with felt. Simply roll out in strips across the pent roof (starting from the bottom, or lowest point), leaving a 50mm overhang, and affix with nails. Once you worked all the way to the top of the pent roof, fix fascia boards over the overhang around the entire edge of the pent roof to hold the felt in place.
Luckily for you, all of our BillyOh sheds come delivered as pre-cut panels. All you need to do is grab a friend (and some basic tools) and follow the instructions in your order. Then you and a friend can have your pent shed up in no time.