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Discover our range of dip treated sheds for sale at Shedstore. Crafted with a protective dip treatment, these sheds are built to withstand the elements and offer durable storage solutions. With cost-effective options and various sizes and designs available, you can find the ideal dip-treated shed for your outdoor space. Enjoy traditional wooden sheds, backed by a ten year rot guarantee (provided the shed is annual retreated).


Finding the perfect wooden garden shed can be challenging given the multitude of options available. To simplify your decision-making process, look at our comprehensive buying guide for sheds. In our guide, Step three: understanding shed treatment covers the pros and cons of both pressure and dip treated sheds, providing valuable insights to help you make an informed choice. Additionally, enjoy the added benefit of free delivery across our entire sheds range to most of the UK.

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6' x 8' Shire Premium Security Apex Wooden Garden Shed (1.79m x 2.39m)
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2 Weeks 10 year anti-rot guarantee Dip-treated Shiplap tongue and groove
Special Price £871.99 Was £1,219.00
12'x6' (3.6x1.8m) Mercia Traditional Shiplap Wooden Apex Greenhouse Combi Shed
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Pick a Day 10 Year Guarantee Dip Treated Shiplap Tongue and Groove Construction
Special Price £1,109.00 Was £1,239.00
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Explaining the dip treatment process

Dip treatment involves immersing the wood in a solution of wood preservative, such as a dip tank or bath. The wood is fully submerged in the solution, allowing it to absorb the preservative. However, dip treatment generally provides surface-level protection compared to pressure treatment. Dip treated wood normally requires additional maintenance and periodic re-application of preservatives to maintain its effectiveness and prolong its lifespan.

Pressure treated versus dip treated wood

The main difference between pressure treated and dip treated wood lies in the approach to applying the preservative treatment.

In the pressure treatment process, the wood is placed in a treatment chamber where a combination of chemicals is forced into the wood under high pressure. This process allows the preservative to penetrate deep into the wood fibres, providing enhanced protection against rot, decay, and insects. Pressure treated wood is known for its long-lasting durability and resistance to outdoor elements.

Summarising, pressure treated wood offers more comprehensive and long-lasting protection due to the deep penetration of preservatives, while dip treated wood provides a more basic level of protection primarily on the surface of the wood. The choice between pressure treated and dip treated wood depends on factors such as available budget, desired longevity, and your specific requirements.

Dip treated sheds

Dip treated sheds are a popular choice for those seeking a solution for their garden storage needs. One of the key advantages of dip treated sheds is their affordability. They are generally more budget-friendly when compared to pressure treated sheds. Despite their lower-cost, dip treated sheds still offer reliable protection for your tools, equipment, and other garden items.

It is important to note that dip treated sheds typically require annual retreatment to maintain their effectiveness, extend their lifespan and to maintain a valid guarantee. This means applying additional preservatives or wood treatments to ensure ongoing protection against moisture penetration, fungi, and insects.

Here at Shedstore, dip treated sheds are available in a variety of styles, sizes, and designs, including cladding options and a variety of roof types. This allows you to choose a shed that suits your aesthetic preferences and complements your outdoor space.

When properly maintained and retreatment is carried out regularly, dip treated sheds provide durable and functional storage for many years to come, making them a popular choice for homeowners looking for a lower-cost shed solution.

What to expect

When purchasing dip treated sheds from Shedstore, you can expect a range of features that enhance their functionality and durability, these are listed below:

Accessories and additional options

These can be found within technical details of products to explore the available extras. For certain dip treated sheds, there is an opportunity to upgrade from dip to pressure treated for an additional cost.


Our selection highlights high-quality shiplap (which is a form of tongue and groove cladding), this cladding ensures excellent durability and a visually appealing finish for our range of products. We also have a few overlap dip treated sheds available.

Door options

Select from a variety of door options, including single, double, or stable doors, to suit your specific preferences and requirements.

Guaranteed length

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with our inclusive price guarantee, providing you with a maximum of ten years of guaranteed coverage.

Industry-leading brands

Select from a wide range of reputable brands such as Forest Garden, Mercia, Shire, and Traditional.

Installation option

Take advantage of our installation services, which are available for many sheds, this includes the option of shed and base installation.

Roofing styles

Most of our range is either apex or pent, we also have some reverse apex and curved sheds available.

Sizing options

Explore our extensive range of dip treated shed sizes for sale, with around fifty options available. Whether you need a compact 4'x3' shed or a spacious 20'x12' shed, we have the perfect size to accommodate your requirements. These are the most popular size options with our customers - 6'x4', 7'x5', 8'x6', 10'x6', 10'x8', and 12'x8'.

Are you ready to find the perfect dip-treated shed for your garden?

If you have any questions or need assistance, with our dip treated sheds our friendly team is here to help. Order from us today without leaving your home, there is no need to buy from a “dip treated sheds for sale near me” supplier.

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