Q1. Where are Absco products made?

Absco products are manufactured in Australia using hi-tensile, chromium free steel.

 Q2. How hard is it to put together an Absco Shed?

A: Absco sheds use the patented SNAPTiTE assembly system. SNAPTiTE is the world’s fastest assembly system as it uses up to 75% less screws than competitor sheds. With the SNAPTiTE Assembly System & pre drilled holes, Absco Sheds assemble up to 80% faster than competitor sheds.

Q3. What is the warranty of Absco Sheds?

A: Absco Sheds come with a 30 year written warranty.

Q4. How long does it take to install an Absco Shed?

A: Depending on the level of experience that the installer has an Absco 10ft x 10ft shed will take 1 – 2days. This is an estimate only and should be used only as a guideline.

Q5. Are Absco Sheds suited to high wind areas?

A: Most Absco sheds are rated W41C (C1) to withstand winds up to 91mi/hr. Cyclone Kits are available for some models that when fitted. When installed the product is rated to W50 (C2) & can withstand up to 111mi/hr.

Q6. The predrilled holes do not align?

A: In some cases the pre drilled holes may not align up on your shed panels. To rectify this, use the screws provided and insert the screw at an angle and tighten. This will re-align the holes and allow the panels to screw together as instructed.

Q7. What is the installation difference between Premier & Regent Ridge Beam?

A: When installing the ridge beam to Regent and Premier Sheds, please note that both screw holes in the ridge beam aren’t required. The Regent Shed uses the inner most holes, whereas the Premier uses the outermost holes. When it comes time to fit the gable pieces onto your Regent and Premier sheds it is important to note two different approaches. For a Regent Shed the gable piece screws directly into the ridge beam, whereas the Premier Shed gable screws through the peak brace.

Q8. How do I install the gable brace?

A: Firstly, install the gable brace to the wall then install to the ridge beam. Please be aware if there is no hole present – pre drilling is required for this component.

Q9. Are Absco Sheds completely waterproof?

A: Absco Sheds are designed to be weatherproof for normal conditions. In the event of extreme weather conditions such as heavy rain and high wind gusts, some water may enter through the sheeting joins of the shed.

Q10. What can I store in my Absco Shed?

A: Absco Sheds can be used for storage of garden equipment such as lawnmowers, wheelbarrows, garden tools etc. Storage items that may be adversely affected by high winds or water should be stored with additional protection

Q11. Does my shed come with a floor?

A: No, your shed doesn’t come with a floor. We recommend all sheds be bolted to a concrete slab that is rebated. An alternative to a concrete slab is our timber flooring kit.

Q12. Does my shed come with fixtures to bolt to a concrete slab?

A: No, Anchorset is an optional accessory which includes bolts and nuts to secure your shed to the concrete slab.

Q13. Do I need to bolt my shed to the ground?

A: Yes, all sheds need to be secured to a concrete slab, timber floor or some solid structure.

Q14. How can I make my shed water proof?

A: Extreme weather conditions make it difficult to keep water from entering the shed through gaps, doorways and entries. Best way to prevent this from happening is to rebate your concrete slab and use rubber seals which can be purchased from your local hardware store. The use of silicon around the base of the shed and in the channel system may increase the chances of water being trapped inside your shed.

Q15. What tools will I need to erect my shed?

The majority of the shed will require a Drill/ Drill bits (3mm/4mm) /screw driver/ ladder/ pop rivet gun. Gloves, eye protection, boots and work stools if possible to make construction easier.

Q16. Does my shed require council approval?

Most sheds 10ft squared and above, do require council approval. Best to check with your local council before purchasing.

 Q17. If I have a missing or damaged part, what do I do?

Contact the Customer Support Centre on 800-305-4436 and we can send out a replacement.

Q18. Can I disassemble my shed if I need to move?

Absco sheds can be disassembled. Simply unscrew and slid off all channeling. It can be disassembled back to panel or further to kit form. Then simply re assemble when needed. If you lose your instruction manual we will be happy to email you a copy.

Q19. Does Absco Sheds cover installation costs?

As Absco Sheds are the manufacturer, the installation costs are not included in the price of your shed and will need to arranged independently.