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Don't mess with a man's mower

 It's that time of year when the garden tools go away for the winter, but some tools need their own secure space. The Sandemans wanted an attractive storage space for their ride on mower, which didn't require planning permission. They turned to our arcs and we created them their very own storage arc for their mower.

Size and spec

Width: 10.5ft
Height: 8.5ft
Length: 16ft

Solid timber back
Solid timber front
Double braced doors for easy access


£3,807  including build on site and vat
Your arc will be built by expert craftsman, Mark Panton. You can choose to assist with the build for an £80 discount.

The verdict

Derek Sandeman says, "I have really enjoyed working with Mark and meeting him.
The arc is perfect."

If you would like your very own storage arc, do get in touch and we can provide a bespoke quote. Call Kelly: 07935 008 420


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