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The Vangard Metal Shed, from steel storage specialist Asgard, is a heavy-duty but compact garden shed. Measuring just 154cm (5ft 1in) long by 95cm (3ft 1in) deep by 131cm (4ft 3in) high, it fits neatly into a small space, but its generous double-door opening maximises its storage capacity.

Built from heavy-gauge galvanised steel panels with an integral metal floor, the Vangard provides a secure, weatherproof home for lawnmowers, garden furniture and tools. It has a solid, two-point deadbolt locking system and a padlock fitting. Available in green, brown or ivory, it comes with a 10-year warranty, and costs £355. Delivery is free to most UK mainland addresses.

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