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6 x 3 Grand Garden Chalet - GGC63SR

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$1,689.99
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$1,377.75
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Item Description
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This durable Western Red Cedar design is made of 5/8 in. thick Fir/Spruce plywood flooring. 2 x 4 rafters are used in the roof for added strength, a 1/2" WRC Tight Knot Lapp Siding is attached, and pre-built panels allow for quick and easy installation that does not require any dangerous cutting. This simple and easy assembly requires the use of a basic tool set and comes with a 1-year manufacturing warranty. The shed includes: Functional double doors; 2 adjustable shelves; cedar shingle foof with 7.5" exposure; and necessary hardware.
* Please check local building codes and CC&Rs for any restrictions related to installing an outdoor structure or to see if a building permit is required.
Features
  • Durable and long lasting Western Red Cedar construction throughout most of the shed
  • 5/8 in. thick Fir/Spruce plywood flooring
  • 2 x 4 rafters used in the roof for added strength
  • No dangerous and time consuming cutting required
  • 1/2" WRC Tight Knot Lapp Siding is attached
  • Pre-built panels for quick and easy installation
  • Manageable panel sizes
  • Minimum tools required
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty 
  • Shed features:
    • Functional Double Doors
    • 2 Adjustable Shelves
    • Cedar Shingle Roof with 7.5" exposure
    • Hardware included
  • Specifications:
    • 6' W x 3' D Grand Garden Chalet
    • Outside Rear Height = 73"
    • Outside Front Height = 68"
    • Outside Depth (Trim) = 36-1/2"
    • Outside Width (Trim) = 75"
    • Outside Depth (Shingles) = 39"
    • Outside Width (Shingles) = 78"
    • Door Width = 40"
    • Door Height = 62-1/2"
    • Shipping weight = 210 lbs
    • Shipping time = 2 weeks
    Manufacturer: Outdoor Living Today
    Part Number: GGC63-Bev
    Elite Deals Item Number: OLT-GGC63SR
    UPC: 691530000914

2 Questions & 2 Answers
John Dwyer
from Wichita asked:
May 12, 2016
What do you recommend for a foundation (placing on a grass lawn base) for the above 6 x 3 Grand Garden Chalet?
1 Answers
I would recommend the use of pavers or patio stones as a foundation for the chalet to rest upon. This will ensure that the floor section does not rot allowing air beneath the floor section.
Chris - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on May 12, 2016

Shari
from Walnut Creek, CA asked:
April 5, 2013
What are the interior dimensions of this shed?
1 Answers
The dimensions for the inside are: 33” d x 73” w x 70” (back) 65” (front).
Dawn
on April 5, 2013

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By Brian Ebner
August 19, 2009
Grand Garden Chalet
Great product. Came well packaged. A little difficult to deal with the carrier, but we made it through. The directions were clear and took a comfortable day to build. Looks great.
By brian
August 4, 2009
easy to assemble, but a few issues
the grand garden chalet arrived promptly and took 2 of us 6 hours to assemble. the instructions were easy to follow. there were three issues with the shed: 1. the roof shingles are flimsy and some were cracked. we tried to add the overhanging shingles and they split. 2. the roof deck did not overlap more than a few cm with the walls. this left gaps that would lead to water leakage. so we ended up buying a piece of 3/4\" plywood to replace the roof. cost us around $25. 3. the shelves that were shipped were about 2\" too short. We had to screw them down to the shelf support rather than just lay them in place. Overall a nice shed. the roof and shelves and shingles could be better.
By brian
August 4, 2009
easy to assemble, but a few issues
the grand garden chalet arrived promptly and took 2 of us 6 hours to assemble. the instructions were easy to follow. there were three issues with the shed: 1. the roof shingles are flimsy and some were cracked. we tried to add the overhanging shingles and they split. 2. the roof deck did not overlap more than a few cm with the walls. this left gaps that would lead to water leakage. so we ended up buying a piece of 3/4" plywood to replace the roof. cost us around $25. 3. the shelves that were shipped were about 2" too short. We had to screw them down to the shelf support rather than just lay them in place. Overall a nice shed. the roof and shelves and shingles could be better.