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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS                                                              GABLE ROOF 88 DD
REVISION A




 NOTES
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TOOLS REQUIRED




                                               Measuring Tape
    Electric Drill       Cordless Drill  ...
PARTS LIST

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FOUNDATION


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FRONT WALL PANEL


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FRONT WALL PANEL




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FRONT WALL PANEL



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    Drill pilot holes through the door jambs and top door spacers with the 2.5mm drill bit and...
REAR WALL PANEL


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GABLE WALL PANELS


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FIT RIDGE BEAM BRACKETS

    NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable wall. The assembly process is the same for all gable...
STAND AND JOIN WALL PANELS

    NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable roof shed. The assembly process is the same for a...
ASSEMBLE AND FIT RIDGE BEAM

    NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable roof shed. The assembly process is the same for ...
ASSEMBLE AND FIT RIDGE BEAM

    NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable roof shed. The assembly process is the same for ...
FIT ROOF AND TRIMS

    Screw the door side of the roof on first (do not start the rear side yet). Work from right to left...
FIT ROOF AND TRIMS

    Fix the next two (2) sheets then fit the second   Pilot holes need to be drilled to secure the rid...
ASSEMBLE DOOR




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ASSEMBLE DOOR



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ASSEMBLE DOOR




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ASSEMBLE DOOR



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HANG DOOR

    NOTE: The diagram below shows a 64 flat roof shed. The assembly process is the same for all sheds.




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BOLT DOWN




    Bolt the shed down through the four corner brackets as shown. Ensure the shed is square.




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BOLT DOWN




    Bolt the shed down through the angle brackets as shown.


                               Drill the hole ...
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  1. 1. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS GABLE ROOF 88 DD REVISION A NOTES BEFORE COMMENCING SHED ASSEMBLY, CHECK ALL PARTS. IF THERE IS A DISCREPANCY, PLEASE CONTACT GARDENSHEDS.COM.AU (SEE REAR OF INSTRUCTION BOOK) DO NOT ASSEMBLE IN WINDY CONDITIONS READ INSTRUCTIONS FIRST 2 PERSON ASSEMBLY 1ST THE MANUFACTURERS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENCES DUE TO SHEDS THAT ARE NOT INSTALLED PER INSTRUCTIONS OR FOR DAMAGE DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS, ACTS OF GOD OR FOR SHEDS THAT ARE LEFT PARTIALLY ASSEMBLED OVERNIGHT. PARTS MAY CONTAIN SHARP EDGES & CORNERS. CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING VARIOUS PIECES TO AVOID A MISHAP, FOR SAFETY SAKE, PLEASE USE A PAIR OF WORK GLOVES, EYE PROTECTION & PROTECTIVE CLOTHING WHEN ASSEMBLING OR PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE ON THE BUILDING. Subject to changes © Versatile Buildings (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
  2. 2. TOOLS REQUIRED Measuring Tape Electric Drill Cordless Drill Screwdrivers 8mm Masonry Drill Bit Shifting Spanner Rubber Mallet Builders Pencil Sturdy Ladder Tin Snips (two if possible) (some models only) Gloves Protective Eyewear HANDY HINTS FOR CONSTRUCTION Read instructions and check parts carefully Please wear safety gloves and glasses at all before assembling the shed. times to protect against sharp metal edges. Do not assemble in windy conditions as panels Do not back fill against the shed as this will may be difficult to handle and damage may result. result in corrosion. Allow drainage from the site. MOST PILOT HOLES ARE PRE-PUNCHED AND IN THIS CASE DRILLING HOLES IS NOT NECESSARY, HOWEVER SOME PILOT HOLES NEED TO BE DRILLED WITH THE INCLUDED 2.5MM DRILL BIT WHERE INDICATED PAGE 2
  3. 3. PARTS LIST PRODUCT NUMBERS J PRODUCT ID A1 A2 A3 Length 1586mm A4 A5 A6 Quantity 4 A7 A8 Quantity (total) 8 Description: Door Boxing Description: Left Gable Wall Panel PRODUCT NUMBERS K PRODUCT ID B1 B2 B3 Length 995mm B4 B5 B6 Quantity 2 4 B7 B8 Quantity (total) 8 Description: Door Bracing Description: Right Gable Wall Panel L PRODUCT ID C PRODUCT ID Length Length 1591mm 1680mm Quantity Quantity 1 12 Description: Description: Door Seal Wall Panel M, N PRODUCT ID E PRODUCT ID Length (spliced) 2785mm Length 1484mm Quantity Quantity 6 16 Description: Description: Top/Bottom Front/Rear Roof Panel Channel, Side Channel Bottom F PRODUCT ID O PRODUCT ID Length Length 1620mm 1441mm Quantity Quantity 4 2 Description: Description: Door Panel Side (partially slit) Side Channel Top H PRODUCT ID P PRODUCT ID Length Length 674mm 1441mm Quantity Quantity 4 2 Description: Description: Door Frame Top/Bottom Side Channel Top I Q PRODUCT ID PRODUCT ID Length Length 1622mm 1680mm Quantity Quantity 4 2 Description: Description: Door Frame Side Door Jamb PAGE 3
  4. 4. PARTS LIST R PRODUCT ID Quantity Length 400 1367mm Quantity 1 Description: Self Tapping Screws - Silver Description: Bottom Door Spacer S PRODUCT ID Quantity Length 1 1367mm Quantity 1 Description: 2.5mm Drill Bit Description: Top Door Spacer T PRODUCT ID Length Quantity 1 1364mm Quantity 2 Description: Clip Nut Description: Ridge Beam T PRODUCT ID Length Quantity 1710mm 4 Quantity 2 Description: Hinges (offset) Description: Ridge Beam U PRODUCT ID Length Quantity 708mm 2 Quantity 4 Description: Door Plate Description: Ridge Cap V PRODUCT NO Length (spliced) Quantity 2785mm 3 Quantity 2 Description: Padbolt Description: Gutter Trim W PRODUCT ID Length Quantity 1488mm 3 Quantity 4 Description: Keeper Description: Roof Angle PAGE 4
  5. 5. PARTS LIST Quantity Quantity 2 2 Description: Description: Ridge Beam Bracket Plastic Washer and Screw Cap Sheet Quantity Quantity 4 10 Description: Masonry Anchor Plastic Edge Protector Quantity 4 Description: Corner Bracket Quantity 1 Phillips Head Bit Quantity 6 Description: 55mm Bracket Quantity 12 Description: Bolt 3/16” Quantity 12 Description: Nut 3/16” PAGE 5
  6. 6. FOUNDATION 75 75mm m m Recommended edge thickening 130mm 150mm 15 0m m Recommended slab rebate detail Although not required, it is strongly recommended that, to avoid water leakage around the base of your shed, a rebate be cast into the slab. This will allow the shed to sit below the slab level and prevent water from reaching the upper level of the slab. TH ID W DE PT H Front side of shed Slab Details Your garden shed must be erected on a solid, level and square foundation. We strongly recommend you pour a concrete slab 75mm thick, reinforced with SL62 mesh (minimum) using dimensions from the table below. *Masonry anchors are supplied* SHED CODE OUTER SLAB SIZE ANCHORS width x depth M8 x 40mm 2885mm x 2885mm 10 88 PAGE 6
  7. 7. FRONT WALL PANEL M M If you are having trouble screwing the channel to the sheets, chock behind the hole . Large Rib Large Rib Q Q Wall t Outside e She l ne an Ch C C C C Ensure that the small lip of the channel is to the outside of the shed. M M Overlap the top and bottom M channels by 130mm. Fit the top and bottom Large Rib Small Rib channel and door jambs to the wall panels. Ensure the large rib on the sheets is to the left on the left side of the door and to the right on the right side of the door. Also ensure the channel is flush with the edge of the sheets. Do not screw the ends of the channel to the sheets at this point Notched ends are orientated to the Large Lip overlaps Small outer edges of the panel Lip when fastening sheet to sheet 1 Do not screw here M M yet Top and bottom door jamb connection. M M 2 Q Q PAGE 7
  8. 8. FRONT WALL PANEL 3 S R 4 Fit the top door spacer and the bottom door spacer to the front wall panel as shown. Some pilot holes may need to be drilled with the included 2.5mm drill bit M 3 M Q Q S S M 4 M R Q Q R PAGE 8
  9. 9. FRONT WALL PANEL 5 7 Drill pilot holes through the door jambs and top door spacers with the 2.5mm drill bit and fasten with self tapping screws spaced as shown above. PAGE 9
  10. 10. REAR WALL PANEL M M If you are having trouble screwing the channel to the sheets, chock behind the hole . Large Rib Small Rib Wall t Outside e She l ne an Ch C C C C C C C C Ensure that the small lip of the channel is to the outside of the shed. M M Large Rib Small Rib Overlap top and bottom channel by 130mm. Fit the top and bottom channel to the wall panels. Ensure the channel is flush with the edge of the sheets. Do not screw the ends of the channel to the sheets at this point. 1 Lay the wall panels out with the large rib Screw the wall panels in the centre overlapping the small. of the rib as shown. Notched ends are orientated to the outer edges of the panel 2 Do not screw here yet PAGE 10
  11. 11. GABLE WALL PANELS P O If you are having trouble screwing the channel to the sheets, chock behind the hole . Wall t Outside e She A1 A3 A5 A7 A8 A6 A4 A2 l ne an Ch B4 B1 B3 B5 B7 B8 B6 B2 Ensure that the small lip of the channel is to the N outside of the shed. N Left Gable Panel Labels, Right Gable Panel Labels A B Large Rib Small Rib Overlap bottom channel by 130mm. Fit the top and bottom channel to the wall panels. Ensure the channel is flush with the edge of the sheets. Do not screw the ends of the channel to the sheets at this point. 1 Lay the wall panels out with the large rib Screw the wall panels in the centre overlapping the small. of the rib as shown. Notched ends are orientated to the outer edges of the panel 2 Do not screw here yet PAGE 11
  12. 12. FIT RIDGE BEAM BRACKETS NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable wall. The assembly process is the same for all gable sizes. Fix the ridge beam brackets to the top of the gables using six (6) screws as shown below. View from inside the shed. Secure brackets with six (6) screws as shown on both gable walls. 1 PAGE 12
  13. 13. STAND AND JOIN WALL PANELS NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable roof shed. The assembly process is the same for all gable roof sizes. Overlap corners of panels as shown and drill pilot hole midway along the corner and fix with self tap screw Once the four wall panels are assembled, they can now be stood and fixed together. Fix using the corner brackets and screws as shown below. Fix the front panel last. N.B when assembling large wall models, eg. 7 panels width and above, extra care should be taken, with person two providing adequate support to stop the wall from distorting. 1 Screw the wall panels together at the base and top as shown. Screw corner joins at the mid point of the 2 shed as shown. Drill pilot holes and screw corner brackets into all four corners inside the shed. PAGE 13
  14. 14. ASSEMBLE AND FIT RIDGE BEAM NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable roof shed. The assembly process is the same for all gable roof sizes. The pre punched roof holes must be to the top of the assmebled ridge beam Assemble the ridge beam on the ground as shown below. 9 Panel - 3094mm 1 8 Panel - 2748mm T 7 Panel - 2402mm T 6 Panel - 2056mm T T Overlap the two sides of the ridge beam securing them with six (6) screws per side. Ensure the pre-drilled roof panel holes are to the top. Screw the two sides together using the diagram top right as a guide. Note: The two halves of the ridge beam should be fixed at 346mm intervals. PAGE 14
  15. 15. ASSEMBLE AND FIT RIDGE BEAM NOTE: The diagram below shows a 66 gable roof shed. The assembly process is the same for all gable roof sizes. Fit the ridge beam to the two brackets as shown below. 2 Fit the ridge beam to the two brackets using three (3) screws on either side of the bracket. PAGE 15
  16. 16. FIT ROOF AND TRIMS Screw the door side of the roof on first (do not start the rear side yet). Work from right to left ensuring the large rib is over the small rib. 1 b Ri e rg La Screw the bottom of the sheet to the front top frame using two (2) screws Fix the first two (2) sheets of the rear side then place the first ridge cap (do not screw at this stage). 2 PAGE 16
  17. 17. FIT ROOF AND TRIMS Fix the next two (2) sheets then fit the second Pilot holes need to be drilled to secure the ridge ridge cap. Fix this as shown to the right. cap to the lips of the roof sheets. 3 Finish the roof in the same manner. (N.B. some pilot holes need to be drilled into the ridge caps) Fit gutter trim 4 V Do not V screw here yet Push the roof trim into one end first and then manipulate the roof trim to fit into the other. 2 tors otec pr dge W Fit e V Fix the trim using Trim the corner of screws as shown. Use the trim if desired one screw per panel Drill pilot holes first PAGE 17
  18. 18. ASSEMBLE DOOR H I F F I H Small Lip X2 Large Lip 1 F F F F Both of the door sheets come with one rib h fh d h Screw the sheets in the centre. partially slit. Break them off and discard them. Frames slide under the sheet as shown. Ensure Fix door frames with a screw in each corner. the small lip of the frame is to the top. Ensure that the big hole sits over the small. 2 H H I PAGE 18
  19. 19. ASSEMBLE DOOR 2 H J 1 I J I H J I L J H I H J H Fix the frame H to the sheeting with screws through the small channel lips L into the large sheeting ribs. Door boxing must be fitted to the door frames I and a door seal fitted on the second door. The seal fits in between the frame and boxing as shown to the right. Leave an even gap at both ends of the boxing. 3 I J Place large lip H of J over the small lip of I as shown use the pre-punched holes in the door boxing as a guide to drill pilot holes in the door seal J I Fix each of the door boxing in place using six (6) screws. Fix door seal on door number 2 PAGE 19
  20. 20. ASSEMBLE DOOR K K K K Flip the door assembly’s over and fix the door frames with screws evenly spaced as shown above. Door bracing will also need to be fitted to the doors to ensure sturdiness. Drill pilot hole for top and bottom bracing joint, K and fix with self tapping screw. 4 H K I Drill pilot holes for door bracing centre joint K and fix with self tapping screw I 5 Use the 2.5mm drill bit to drill pilot holes through the door bracing into the door sheeting. DO NOT FASTEN BRACING YET PAGE 20
  21. 21. ASSEMBLE DOOR 73 m m 2 73 m m 73 m m 1 73 m m Flip the door back over to the front side facing up. Using the pilot holes drilled before, fix the door bracing from the front with self tapping screws. Drill a 2.5mm pilot hole through the door plate and into the sheeting and 6 channel at the mid point and secure with self tapping screws Fix the padbolt onto door 1 in the same manner 7 J I J H I Hinges are fitted to the pre-punched holes on the door frames. Fit using two self tapping screws. PAGE 21
  22. 22. HANG DOOR NOTE: The diagram below shows a 64 flat roof shed. The assembly process is the same for all sheds. Fit the doors by fixing the hinges to the pre-drilled holes in the door jambs. Fit the padbolt and keeper to the front of the doors. To finish, fix padbolts to the inside, top and bottom of the door with the seal attached. 1 2 Drill pilot holes to accommodate the padbolt keeper and then fix with self tapping screws Drill pilot holes Drill pilot holes into the into the inside of inside of the front wall the door frame of bottom channel to 3 the second door accommodate the next to the door padbolt keeper and seal and then fix then fix with self with self tapping tapping screws screws. PAGE 22
  23. 23. BOLT DOWN Bolt the shed down through the four corner brackets as shown. Ensure the shed is square. 1 50mm 2 M8 x 40 PAGE 23
  24. 24. BOLT DOWN Bolt the shed down through the angle brackets as shown. Drill the hole for the anchor to 50mm depth and then using 1 a 5mm drill bit, drill the holes through the sheeting to attach the bracket to the shed. 50mm Tighten the anchor then use the two M4.7 bolts provided to fix 2 M8 x 40 the bracket to the shed. Fix the brackets to the panels using the supplied nuts and bolts PAGE 24
  25. 25. NOTES PAGE 25
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  28. 28. ENQUIRIES & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE info@gardensheds.com.au

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